Question about Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console
Connect the psp with the USB cable. on the psp, go to settings and "usb connection."
On the computer, a new drive will appear in "My Computer".
right click the "Removable Drive", and click "Copy".
close "My computer".
right click an empty area on the desktop and select paste.
after it finishes, on the PSP, remove the original memory sitck and insert the new one.
Go back to your desktop and open the folder you just created (its usually called "removable drive").
in the folder, press Ctrl + A, then Ctrl + C.
go to "my computer" and open the drive.
now, press Ctrl + V.
now all of your files should be on the new memory stick.
Posted on Aug 07, 2008
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