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Hello there. So I borrowed this psp from my friend. And I want to install a game there. I already download a game in my PC. Now, I'm gonna install it. So I connected the usb to my pc. Then I opened the F drive, there are folders there like, registry, gps, etc. But I can't find the files that are installed in the PSP. The psps has songs, games, but you can't see it on the F drive on my PC. And the "show hidden folders" is enabled so that's all the files there. And when I looked at the total size of that F drive, it's only 4Kb. In which the memory card is 4Gb. Help? kielmaruRegistry? GPS? Those aren't regular PSP folders... All I can say is to either update your firmware or get a better USB cable.
Ahhhhh I know what this is, but further comment would get me moderated. :P What you're doing is illegal, you can't just download games online that you don't own.GranpireWait what? What's illegal? So basically, looking at the files on your psp through the computer is illegal? And no, I didn't say that I'm downloading games online. I just want to see the files in the psp.
When he says "illegal" he is not referring to downloading games. It's what's going on in the PSP that's illegal. Like he said, we'd be in trouble if we talk about it here. (Geez, why does every other thread in here have to deal with it anyway?) But allow me to put it in context. Your friend has installed "something" to the PSP itself, and used that "something" to tell the PSP to read the area of the PSP where that "something" is installed rather than the Memory Stick when it's plugged in to the computer. Probably for his own devious reasons. That's why the computer can't read the Memory Stick and/or why you're only seeing 4KB on whatever it does read.tjoeb123
Actually, the opposite is true. What your friend has done to his PSP is a perfectly legal modification to his system. It's downloading games that's illegal. And there's nothing "devious" about the accessing the PSP's flash. Usually, it's done to modify themes or system colours.
Wait what? What's illegal? So basically, looking at the files on your psp through the computer is illegal? And no, I didn't say that I'm downloading games online. I just want to see the files in the psp. kielmaru
Yes, in the first post you said "I downloaded a game in my PC" This means you either downloaded the game online, or you got it from a hard drive or some other storage. Either way, it's illegal unless your friend bought the game from a store, and your trying to download games onto your PC only kind of reinforces that you're trying to play an ISO rip of a game.