Question about Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console
If its downloaded games,u gotta have an iso folder on ur mem card and its better to use ur psp in the transfer...plug it into ur computer and put it on usb mode,then open the psp to the iso folder and just drag and drop the file...or copy and paste it..mine works that way
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May 21, 2011 | Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console
The process of upgrading comes with a few essential requirements. If you are looking to upgrade using the services of the PC then you must have prerequisites like, a PSP with a battery pack, a minimum of 20 MB of free space on the Memory Stick, and a good Internet connection. You can also use a USB cable instead of the memory stick. Once you download the upgrade on the PC, the next step would be to transfer the firmware upgrade onto the PSP. This can be done using the USB cable or the memory stick. Users must insert the cable of the Memory stick in the PSP and start updating. For this, users are required to select the appropriate option from the home menu and then press the required button to start upgrading. At times, the whole process will get confusing, if you have not differentiated the various folders on the memory stick or the PC. The best way to avoid this is by storing the downloaded firmware in an aptly named folder.
A word of caution: Store the data in the correct location. If not, then there is a chance that the PSP system will not identify the data that is updated. Also, make sure that the battery is fully charged before use. Furthermore, an AC adaptor must connect the PSP to an electricity point. While upgrading the PSP, there must be no stoppages in the process. If the upgrade stops midway, it might just damage the PSP.
Upgrading you existing PSP is very easy. A person with a limited knowledge of using a PC can accomplish this task successfully. It is of paramount importance that you upgrade the PSP on a regular basis. As new games with better graphics enter the market, you must make your PSP compatible for the same But, this is not restricted to games alone. Videos, and music demand better picture and sound quality respectively. This can only be achieved by getting new and better upgrades for your PSP.
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