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Sat 29/10/05 at 16:32
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"ProGolfer"
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Hey, just got a PSP and i brought a 512 sd disk. I also got an extra pack with a connection cable wich i thought would be useful as i wouldnt have to find one at home. But the problem is that i now cant the dam computer to pick up my PSP. Is there anything special i have to do to get my computer to pick up my device? Any help would be much appreciated.


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Sat 29/10/05 at 22:56
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dont forget you have to turn on USB mode from the menu ;)
Sat 29/10/05 at 17:20
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"High polygon count"
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It should also be remembered that older versions of Windows don't support USB by default, which is why I asked that particular question. Only Windows98 Second Edition and later do so.

One question Foszy - you are putting the PSP into USB Connection mode, aren't you? You do this from the System Settings menu - it's at the top of the menu, just under Network Update.
Sat 29/10/05 at 17:14
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"Eternal Pain"
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WkieeMn wrote:
> If SD does mean the brand SanDisk, yes the PSP takes them - but
> "an SD card" usually means Secure Digital, which is a
> different format altogether.

Oh, my mistake then.
Sat 29/10/05 at 17:12
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If SD does mean the brand SanDisk, yes the PSP takes them - but "an SD card" usually means Secure Digital, which is a different format altogether.
Sat 29/10/05 at 17:00
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"Eternal Pain"
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WkieeMn wrote:
> The PSP doesn't take SD cards, so I presume you mean a Memory Stick
> Duo.

I'm pretty sure he means ScanDisk which the PSP isn't supposed to take but is still capable of doing so. I think.

My nan's computer has the same problem though.
Sat 29/10/05 at 16:57
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The PSP doesn't take SD cards, so I presume you mean a Memory Stick Duo.

There's nothing 'special' you need to do. Your computer should detect the PSP automatically.

What version of Windows are you running?
Sat 29/10/05 at 16:32
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"ProGolfer"
Posts: 2,085
Hey, just got a PSP and i brought a 512 sd disk. I also got an extra pack with a connection cable wich i thought would be useful as i wouldnt have to find one at home. But the problem is that i now cant the dam computer to pick up my PSP. Is there anything special i have to do to get my computer to pick up my device? Any help would be much appreciated.


Thanks

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