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My music wouldn't play

My psp can't play music i copied AAC tracks to my memory card (magic gate )but it does not seem to recognise them?it does not play on my psp?

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  • Anonymous Aug 04, 2008

    i put a audio cd in the dvd writer then i copied the music i wanted onto a music folder next i put the music onto my memory card and it said that the data was corrupted

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Just throw ur f**kin' memory card and buy a normal one which can recognize any music eccept wma tracks

Posted on Aug 04, 2008

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Im having trouble putting music on my psp


Hi drew_haker,
Please be reminded that PSP is compatible with these Audio formats: MP3, AAC and WMA. If you have these file formats, putting music on your PSP will be so easy for you. Here are the procedures you can follow in transferring your music files:
1. Using USB cable connect your PSP to your computer.
2. On your PSP, press HOME button.
3. Then choose SETTINGS, afterwards USB CONNECTION.
4. Just wait until your computer tells you that a new USB device has been connected, then show you a new generic hard drive, usually E: or F:.
5. Now, double click on your MUSIC folder and just drag your music files from your PC going to the said folder. If you haven't created MUSIC folder just create one, to organize the files.
6. Once done copying your desired music tracks, press the "O" button to disconnect PSP from PC.
To play your music, just go to the music icon. Look for "Memory Stick" and you should be able to find all your favorite music!
Hope it helps.
Thank you for using FixYa.

Nov 12, 2010 | Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Slim...

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Hi, I have just purchased a PSP 3000 and I am having trouble copying music from my PC to my PSP. I got a memory stick a SONY PRO DUO Magic Gate 4 Gb. When I sync the tracks the only thing on the PSP are...


no dont sync the music, simply hook up ur psp to ur computer then explore it, you see some folders in it and there willl be a music folder, j

now go to ur music on your computer and start draging ur albums or single songs into that music folder on ur psp!

Jan 09, 2010 | Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console

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Tracks were synced but player says no tracks how


For the PSP you must create a music folder on the memory stick after the memory stick is formatted by the PSP. Then you add your music to that folder. More detailed instructions can be found at us.playstation.com under PSP support and under manuals and search for copying music files.http://www.us.playstation.com/Support/Manuals/PSP

Nov 29, 2009 | Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Slim...

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How do you play music saved on an SD Card?


1) frm da music on iTunes, right-click,then click on CONVERT 2 aac.another track(identical) should come out.
2)after completing step 1, go 2 my computer nd open the SD card up,create new folder or use da one u used 4 ur other music.
3)after step 1&2 copy nd paste ur song(s) to the folder u had open.hope dis helped

P.S. make sure u converted ur songs 2 AAC(aac) or else it wont work.

Nov 08, 2009 | Nintendo DSi Black Console

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I downloaded music now it says 0 tracks to be played


music must be in a supported format(mp3, wmv, etc.)
songs must be in the "MUSIC" folder (x:\MUSIC\(your songs here))
may need "magic gate" mem stick, some cheapies have this written on them fraudulently. i like to stick w/ sandisk brand, no problems w/ them

Sep 29, 2009 | Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console

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PSP can't read my memory stick and LAN light is flashing.


hi
is it just the one movie that wont play or have you tried music and game saves?
a few things to check
1 is the memory card showing magic gate supported
2 check if the card shows 15.?gb with nothing on it
3 try loading the card with 15gb of music and pictures

i bought a 16gb pro duo memory card from ebay that was a 4gb card showing in the psp as 15.4gb but corrupted every thing after 4gb.
if you also find that the card is only taking between 4-8gb of data contact ebay as this is likely a fake card.

Aug 27, 2009 | Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console

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Erorrs every time i try to save MGS3


ARe you using the original SONY MAGIC GATE memory card?If not than this is the problem.

Jul 24, 2009 | Video Game Consoles & Games

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Downloaded music, shows artist name but no tracks??


It could be the wrong format. I used to play music off my psp. I'm guessing if you use iTunes, and imported a CD, its going to make your songs AAC format, which is also known as MP4. I have posted a link to where you can set the different compression methods. If you are using WMA format, you are using an even less compatible format, and if you import it into iTunes, it will convert it as well. To convert already imported music into iTunes, once you set the preferences to MP3, right click on the song, and click "create MP3 version." after that you may reveal the song in the finder/explorer by right clicking the song, and clicking "show in finder" or "show in explorer"

Nov 19, 2008 | Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console

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Memory Stick Pro Duo 8GB on PsP


Two possibilities.
1. The firmware on your PSP is too old to recognise the 8GB (only recognises up to 4GB).
2. If firmware is up to date you have a fake memory stick (easy way to check is to check the info for the memory stick on your PSP if its says that MAGIC GATE is unknown rather than supported then it is fake.

The fake ones typically double compress the data so that it appears to have 8GB when in reality it does not.

Nov 15, 2008 | Sony Memory Stick PRO Duo (2GB) for PSP

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I tryed putting a video on my psp and it didnt pop up in the videos but took up 400 mega bites of memory i cant get it off


You can play files of the following types on the PSP system.
  • Memory Stick Video Format
  • - MPEG-4 Simple Profile (AAC)
  • - H.264/MPEG-4 AVC Main Profile (CABAC) (AAC) and Baseline Profile (AAC)
  • MP4
  • - MPEG-4 Simple Profile (AAC)
  • - H.264/MPEG-4 AVC Main Profile (CABAC) (AAC) and Baseline Profile (AAC)
  • AVI
  • - Motion JPEG (Linear PCM)
  • - Motion JPEG (μ-Law)
Copying a file manually Copy the video file to Memory Stick Duo media to enable it to be played on the PSP system. Using a PC, create a folder named "VIDEO" within the Memory Stick Duo media, and then copy the file into that folder.
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