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I bought a 2gb memory stick for my psp, once i insterted it in an orage light keeps blinking and while i put it on usb mode it says there is no memory stick insterted when there is

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If the MS light keeps blinking continuously, that means that the PSP cannot read the MS you inserted. That happens normally. You just need to take it out, then put it back in. That's the simple fix there.
To pull it out, open the MS slot first. Gently push the exposed part of the MS, inward to pop it out.
When putting it back in, make sure that it's perfectly aligned and that the light blinks fast only for a couple of seconds (2 to 4sec) and then immediately stops. That means, the MS is properly placed and can now be read.

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that memory is skrew u should get a new one because theirs still no solution.

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