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Connect the Mini-B (5 pin) USB cable to the port of the PSP. This is the same type of cord you use to connect controllers to the PlayStation 3
but your PSP should come with its own.The port for the Mini USB cord is on the top of the PSP for models 1000-3000.Plug the larger end of the USB cable into a USB port on your computer. Turn on your computer and the PSP if they are not already turned on. Locate the "Settings" menu on your PSP and select USB Connection." On the PSPs main menu (know as XMB [Cross Menu Bar]) select left-most menu
the "Settings" column. Then move down to the 2nd top-most option
"USB Connection." Press the accept [X] button.Manage your PSP data on your computer. You can download Sonys MediaGo application onto your computer to manage your installed games and other media
as well as purchase and download stuff from the PlayStation Store.Your computer will automatically charge your PSP 2000/3000.You can use your computers file browser to navigate to the now connected PSP and explore around there to manage the files manually.Put music in the music folder on your PSP
pictures in the pictures folder
and so on.You can also back up your game saves by finding them in the save data folder.Remove the Memory Stick media from the PSP system. The memory stick is housed in a slot on the bottom left edge of the PSP.Open the slot using your fingernail or a flat object (like a coin) to catch the notch in the slot cover and pull it out.Remove the memory stick from the slot.Connect a Memory Stick USB reader to a USB port on your computer. One end of this cable has a USB plug
the other end has a slot that will fit the Memory stick.Depending on the size of your memory card
youll may need either a A Memory Stick Duo Adaptor or a Memory Stick Micro (M2) Adaptor to use the USB reader. Check your PC--it may have a slot for the memory card and you may not need a USB reader. Insert the Memory Stick into the slot on the USB Reader. Your computer should recognize the Memory Stick
allowing you to transfer files to or from the drive.