Question about Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console
Go to us.playstation.com and download the latest PSP update. Connect your PSP to your computer using a USB cable. Wait for your computer to recognize that the PSP is connected (a bubble should appear that says "New hardware detected" or something similar).
Once you computer sees the PSP, go to "My Computer" and look for the PSP. It should be called "Removable Disk" and have an icon.
Open the removable disk icon, and look for a folder called "PSP." Open that folder, and then open the folder inside of it called "GAME." If either of those two folders don't exist, create them by right clicking, clicking "create new folder," and name the folder correctly in all caps with no spaces.
Once you have opened the "GAME" folder, create a new folder inside it using the method above, only this time name it "UPDATE." Open that folder, then drag and drop the file you downloaded for the Playstation website (should be called Eboot.pbp).
Disconnect your PSP. Fully charge it, then turn it on and select "Memory Stick" in the "Games" area. You PSP should then prompt you to press start to update your firmware version. Press start, and then just let it do it's thing.
Posted on Mar 12, 2011
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