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Psp won't show imputed music

Well i tried to load music on my psp and the music won't show even when i eject it. The songs are mp3 and i load them on with my imac computer. It's worked fine before and it's still showing used memory. I do have a memory card too. please help i can't stand being without my music!! ;-(

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    I load the song to the card and put it in the psp it will not play

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Try reformating the card in the psp,it will restore all needed folders,then put mp3's in music folder only.

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I DONT KNOW HOW TO DOWNLOAD MUSIC TO MY PSP


If you already have them music files (*.mp3 are best, some others will also work) then simply connect your PSP to your Computer, and in Windows Explorer when it appears go the folder X:\PSP\MUSIC, where X is the drive letter of your MS. If the folder's not there, create it. Then, put all your Music Files in there and they will appear on the PSP. You can create folders inside the Music folder, but only down to two levels, or you won't be able to see the music on your PSP. IF you don't have the files, you can get them from any number of places on the internet, and repeat the above steps. If you are downloading them direct to your PSP, from the PSP's Internet Browser, change the destination folder from PSP\COMMON to PSP\MUSIC, if it hasn't already done that for you.

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I can't download no music and pictures from my computer to my psp!


In order to play music in the PSP, the songs have to be in mp3 format other formats do not work with the PSP.If you do not have songs in mp3 format,you can download mp3 songs from www.beemp3.com. Once you have downloaded the songs save them in your computer and plug in your PSP.Then drag or copy and paste the songs to the PSP memory stick in the music file.
For pictures,choose the pictures that you want to transfer to your PSP and drag them to the memory stick in the picture file

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Music from I-tunes won't work


You have to use a program to convert the files to something the PSP can read, simply changing the file extension will only confuse the device trying to read it. Try using a free program to convert your music files to a psp format such as mp3. IMTOOPSP free download should be able to assist you with that.

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connect PSP to computer then copy songs (mp3's) into the folder called MUSIC...
then from XMB menu under music all songs that you've copied should show up.

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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"

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The music I put in my psp doesnt work


Make sure you have it in the "MUSIC"(all in caps) folder within the PSP folder of your Memory Stick.

Inside the Memory Stick's PSP's MUSIC folder, you should either have the song file itself(mp3 or wma) or no more than one folder.

I.E:
Memory Stick>PSP>MUSIC>Gwen Stefani>Don't Speak.mp3
or simply
Memory Stick>PSP>MUSIC>Don't Speak.mp3

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Memory stick music problem


How about if transfer music using Copy and Paste option have you tried that and check if the music is playing fine?

Hope that helps.......

Jul 27, 2008 | Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console

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Can't download pictures


The first step is to make sure that you have a Memory Stick Duo in your PSP and, if necessary, format the Memory Stick with the PSP itself (go to Home, then Settings, then scroll down to System Settings and use the 'X' button to select this option, then scroll down to Format Memory Stick and select the option). You'll only have to do that once.
Next, take the USB cable and hook one end into the PSP on the top middle edge and the other end into your PC.
Now, using the Settings menu, choose USB Connect and your PC should shortly see your PSP as a removable drive.
The very first time I did this on my Windows XP system, the OS installed some new drivers, then promptly told me it had to reboot for the device to be mounted on the system:
f2a3054.jpg So, logically, I did just that, and when it rebooted the device showed up as Removable Disk G:, as shown here on My Computer:
84b8747.jpg Double click the new drive and you'll find that there's only one folder therein, called PSP. Double click in that and you'll find that you have four folders that the format has created:
82df731.jpg Looking good! Now if you have MP3 music files, you can drag and drop them into the MUSIC folder (and if they're in the wrong audio file format, please see How to convert WMA audio files into MP3 audio files), and JPEG (or, sometimes, JPG) photographs or graphics, you can download them into the PHOTO folder. Once you've done that, perusing the PHOTO folder, for example, will reveal that your pictures are loaded and ready to use:
ebed3a5.jpg That's about all you need to do, believe it or not. Copy any music or graphic files you want into the appropriate folders, then when you're done move back up to the list of "Devices with Removable Storage", click on the PSP removable disk and choose Eject.
(Actually, sometimes when I do this step Windows XP refuses to eject the disk, complaining that "An error was encountered trying to eject 'Removable Disk (G:)' but I've found if I ignore the error and just unplug the PSP, all is well)
Now, to view downloaded pictures on your PSP, move to the Photo area. You'll see one item shown: "Memory Stick" and an indication of how much free space you still have on your Memory Stick Duo. Click on that by pressing the 'x' button and... poof! You'll see all your photos listed. Click on any and you'll get a nice full-screen view.
To listen to the songs you've downloaded, go to Music, click through the "Memory Stick" information, and you'll see a list of MP3 files. Click on any of them to have them play.

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find the music on your hard drive then copy it to the music folder on your psp.

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what it doesn't tell you in the instuctions is that you should make a new folder called music in the psp folders window when it pops up showing whats saved on your psp. Make sure you have a decent size duo memory card fitted as this is where the songs will be saved; not on the psp itself. But in your psp settings make sure you have selected USB connection or it wont connect and show anything on your pc.

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