Updating psp from usb connection

If you are running 64-bit OS, you will have to wait for my next post where we will show you how you can install the drivers in there as it gets a little tricky.(Here’s the difference between 32-bit and 64-bit and how to find out which one you are running)Step 3: After the drivers are installed on your computer, mount the PSP Memory Stick and copy the does not have the files, you can simply copy and paste them.The PSP is an all-inclusive media unit, capable of playing scaled down versions of even the most modern and demanding computer games like Call of Duty and Street Fighter.However, the PSP is extremely versatile and its usage is not just limited to playing games on the go.

From there, the direction buttons are to be pressed to navigate to the ‘Settings’ menu.

Note: You will require a PSP running on a custom firmware 6.60.

If you don’t have the custom firmware running you might have to update your firmware and install it before you can continue.

I am sure you will love to play your favorite games on the bigger screen.

Sound may be an issue as they will still be coming from the PSP but a pair of headphones should take care of that.

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