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1)Connect PSP to computer with USB supplied with PSP.
2)Now, press "home" button on PSP
3)Scroll down menu to option "setting" using right and left directional buttons
4)When you reach the option "USB Connection", press X button to indicate your selection
5)The "my computer" window will now show a removable drive
6)Double click on removable drive to open it. You will see a folder named "PSP" inside it.
7)Open the folder "PSP" and see whether there is a folder named "Music" inside it.
8)If you cannot see the folder named "Music", then create it inside the folder named "PSP." Make sure to name it "Music".
9)Now simply and paste the music files from hard disk to the "Music" folder, just the way you would transfer files from a CD to your hard disk.
10)Once you are done, press the "o" button on your PSP. PSP will exit from the USB connection. Now unplug PSP from the USB data cable. Now you can carry around your music collection and listen to your favourite tunes, whenever you want. Enjoy!
You need to open the ports that the xbox and PSP uses to connect to the internet in your router. Contact your Router's support and ask them to open the ports in the router for you so that you can connect your game and go online. this is issue with port being blocked.
this may or may not help, but do you have a router, wireless internet, or a laptop? you have to have access to the enternet from another source. yes you can get online with a psp but, you have to have a way to log on. if you have a laptop, you have access on ur psp (as long as the laptops on) because you have wireless internet on the laptop. so in other words no computer built onto the psp itself. you can get a router that plugs in the USB port on ur computer (around $29. not very expensive)
plug your psp into ur pc's usb port then open 2 thing my computer and my videos on my computer double click on psp it should have a file named video (if not just add one yourself)cdrag videos from my videos into the file video for your psp and it will add it to your list
i dont know why but on some systems this doesnt work but hopefully it will work on urs!
ok first download the dvd game to the computer then plug the psp into the computer then got to my computer then find the dvd game right click then press add to removible disk the go into the psp with the computer add dvd game to game folder
1.first plug PSP to pc via usb port
2. then click USB CONNECTION from psp
3.computer tries to detect your PSP ''look image below''
4. click open view folder
5.then click music folder "see image below"
then add mp3 format music to this folder and exit....its easy...have fun...=)