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The computer must have been writing to the card when you disconnected, and now it is damaged.
You'll have to either purchase memory stick data recovery software or pay for an online data recovery system. I tried to find free software for this, but was unable to. This is the cheapest I found:
If that doesn't work for you, I think you're out of luck with this one.
The best way to check if the memory card has the problem or the memory slot is bad is to try a different card and see if the PSP will read it if it reads a different card so the old card is bad but if it wont read a different card the slot is bad and need some repair........
Format it with your PSP not your PC, you pc will read the format from your psp but not vice versa because you are probably formatting it NTFS and not FAT16 or FAT32, the psp has its own way o formatting it. Thanks