Question about Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console
Greetings. I'm running Windows XP home
Alright, this is a pretty easy fix. Please excuse the incompetent. Well, firstly, affirm that you are not utilizing a limited account on Windows XP and that you have administrative privileges. Then:
1. Go to Start
2. Go to All programs
3. Go to Accessories
4. Go to System, if its not there and exactly says SYSTEM, look for it in System Tools
5. Go to Hardware
6. Go to Device Manager
7. Look around for anything that has an X or anything of that sort and if you come across something regarding USB, or PSP, right click it and click enable. If it is enabled, click reinstall drivers.
From there, your PSP will be recognized and identified and you will be capable of utilizing your PSP and computer simultaneously to the fullest extent for complete enjoyment.
Posted on Jun 19, 2008
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