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  1. pandeypa

    pandeypa Member

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    I have some .cso files on mini cd,but my PSP supports UMD CD.
    Please help me how can I use my laptop to tranfer these .CSO files to my PSM memory to run it
     
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    The files can be moved by using your USB Cable?

    I'm sure you need either CFW or Version 1.50 to play CSO or ISO's though.
     
  3. pandeypa

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    but when I connect my laptop with PSP thru USB cable , it does not find PSP device.
    How do I see PSP from laptop?? does it require any driver??
     
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    you need to connect through psp.

    1. connect usb wire
    2. under sttings on psp select usb connection

    away you go
     
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    Select USB Connection on Settings in PSP Menu, and away PSP will be on D: or E: depends what you have plugged - matters not what drive letter.
     
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    @pandeypa

    To fix this you must:

    1)You must re-flash your laptop to fix this problem. This means it will wipeout all your files, settings - everything. So backup all your important files. Once you've re-flashed your laptop, connect your PSP and try again.

    2)Before you re-flash, close your PSP then place the USB cable in your PSP then open your PSP and select USB Connection again and try it. If that doesn't work then re-flashing your laptop is what you need if you need to place files onto your PSP?

    The first option should work, but try the second option first.
     

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