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Why cant i transfer files onto my PSP? screen closes down

Discussion in 'Sony Handhelds' started by mike_nofx, Oct 20, 2007.

  1. mike_nofx

    mike_nofx Member

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    My problem is that whenever i try to copy a file onto the memory card in my PSP, the windows screen closes down
    (eg. The windows screen which shows me E:\PSP\MUSIC\ or E:\MP_ROOT\)

    It happens about 3 seconds into the file transfer, when im transfering a mp3 or mp4 video. Then i cannot open E:\PSP\ from windows explorer anymore.

    After this happens, i try to open the file in my PSP and i get a corruption (mainly with movies, MP3's would work occasionally)

    BUT, heres the strange thing. If i put the same memory card into my digital camera, and open windows explorer i still get the same folders (E:\PSP\ or E:\MP_ROOT\) exactly the same, and i can put MP3's or Videos into their correct folders no problems at all.

    Then i put the memory card back into the PSP, and movies work fine! No corruptions.

    Incase i made this all sound too confusing, i will summarise:

    When i try to put files into the PSP memory card folders while card is in the PSP, the windows explorer screen shuts down 3-5 seconds into transfer. Then i get a corruption when i try to view files in the PSP.

    When i put that exact same card into dig camera, I can transfer any files into the PSP Folders no prob at all. Then when i put card back into PSP, all files work no probs at all either!

    Hope someone can help!

    Mike
     
  2. kikzm33z

    kikzm33z Regular member

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    must be your psp's fault.try opening the bit near the memory stick slot and see if there's anything wrong.
     
  3. mike_nofx

    mike_nofx Member

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    Turned out to be a faulty cable!!!

    Lucky it wasnt anything bad!
     

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