What if your memory stick occupies space but there are no files?
There is a few things to this... a 4gb stick isn't necessarily 4gb's as it is an approximation but it should be around it (usually in the 3990's of mb's).
If you are reading it on your computer and don't see any files, go into properties (right click on the white of the memory stick window) and it will show memory available and memory being used.
If you are reading this on the psp you got several possibilities. You A. have put the wrong format of the file in your psp. You have put the right format file in the wrong folder. Or you got a brand new clean memory stick which in that case go into the psp and look for the option to format the memory stick.
About 9/10 you just have to format your memory stick via the psp.
The Kindle can read PDF files uploaded from a USB memory stick.
You can save data from your desktop to a USB memory stick by copying the files onto the memory stick
You can transfer memory stick data to Gmail easily. It can be done via attaching the memory stick to computer. Then attaching files by browsing the memory stick.
Just go into your memory stick and drag the songs into iTunes. :)
Windows OS: Plug your memory stick with the music files on it into your computer Open a file manager (Explorer on a Windows system)* Find and open the the memory stick and the files you want to play Right Click on a file and select Open with (or Play in) the player of your choice * On many Windows systems when you plug in a memory stick, a window opens asking what you want to… Read More
A memory stick holds files on your PSP. Such as pictures or music. However they are usually a little pricey.
Go out and buy a "Memory Stick", If your Computer is USB enabled then you should be able to plug the memory stick into a free USB port. It will come with the required drivers so provided you have purchased a Memory Stick with a large memory capacity you should have no problems moving the files. you simply Remove the memory stick from the PC you are transfering files from and then insert it into… Read More
Insert both memory sticks into the computer. Go to My computer Open up the first memory stick hold ctrl and click all the files you want to transfer press ctrl and c go to the other memory stick press ctrl and v
Its the intergrated circuit inside the flash memory stick that stores the files.
You plug the memory stick into a USB port (any one, it doesn't matter which) Then you go into My Computer. Your memory stick should have a name. If you haven't named it yourself then it should be a similar name to the make of your memory stick, it should be on the stick itself. You open this file and you should be able to right click the files you want to transfer and paste… Read More
Nothing. The memory stick is for you and the PSP to store data on. All the PSP's system files, the firmware, is coded into its internal memory. You will need your PSP to format the stick, and after that it will be able to save games, or you could load music onto it for the PSP to play, etc.
i would transfer data from one Memory stick to another by putting the files on a computer and then copy + paste on other memory stick! I have done this as my original M Stick was damaged and wanted to transfer file to a new one but my Sony camera does not read it... I can only read the files on the computer.. Why..? Any suggestions Tks
By the tone of your question what has happened is the memory stick is full. You will need to download the pictures stored on the memory stick that you do want to keep to a computer and erase the rest. This will give you more space on the memory stick. You may also need to check how memory is still on the memory stick every week so that you only keep the pictures you need… Read More
You must first put the memory stick into a computer with a memory stick slot. Then you should hope you have the program to open the file format of the the file you wish to open.
If the game has a Save option, then these save files will be saved to the memory stick. The PSP itself is unable to store save game info, it can only be stored on the memory stick.
Depends on weather the memory stick is formatted or not as formatting takes up space on the memory stick, Formatting is essential for you stick to work on your operating system :)
Its main use is for the save game files from the games you play, as well as being able to store MP3's and media files. Also if you download from the PSN, the downloads go on the memory stick.
Use a USB Memory Stick/Flash drive to store the files.
Get a memory stick. Put the files from your desk on and then put that in laptop USB and transfer.
Spray them with RAID
No. A DVD is the physical object that can be burnt to. If you mean the files accociated with a DVD, then yes, but the memory stick will not be read by programs that read DVDs.
After using a magic memory stick for Pandoras Battery PSP can you delete the files from the magic memory stick and use it again like it's a normal memory stick also can i use 512mb.does it work vista?
NO i dont think so
your PSP usually boots up from the Flash 0 what the Pandora battery does is send a fake serial number "0xFFFFFF" to the PSP this serial number makes the PSP boot up from the MEMORY STICK instead of the Flash 0 so you need to completely format a memory stick (erase all files completely) and then put "magic memory stick" files on the formatted memory stick download magic memory stick installer then put in your… Read More
No. There should be no reason for you to need to do this because you cant save any files on the SONY PSP without a memory stick duo.
no, the data is not an actual thing that has weight so it makes no difference, gf school systems
That would depend on the capacity of the Memory Stick and the size of the image files.
You probably don't have custom firmware
copy and paste the files onto the drive
If CD is a standard audio CD (not Mp3 or wav files), you will have to encode music from audio CD format to Mp3 or other formats and then copy files to a memory stick like regular file copy/transfer.
It's the memory card (sometimes called memory stick) that's used to hold the image files.
No, the memory stick is the only way to store the files you want without interfering with the PSP's systems, which will definitely permanently screw up your PSP.
A 16GB flash drive can hold 4x as many files as a 4GB flash drive. I would recommend a 16GB.
yes you can put songs on a memory stick for the psp but you have to connect a usb from the psp to a computer and open up the files of the psp and then open up the file where you will be getting the meida from and drag and drop the meida onto the psp files
You can often successfully recover deleted files from a PC, phone or camera memory card or USB Memory stick, it just depends on what's happened since the files were deleted. When you delete files the data itself isn't deleted, just the index entry that says where the data for those files is located. The space containing the deleted files is also now marked as free space so it is available to the system for any… Read More
the psp memory stick cannot be trouble shoot if you want the old matter to be stored in it you have to format it to troubleshoot the problems in settings there is a option called format memory stick enter it than the psp restarts and you can keep more files in it still it does not get it the memory stick has been crashed
A computer memory stick can be as small as your small finger. Small memory sticks do have less space than bigger ones, but are easier to carry and easier to use.
To get songs on your PS3 first put them on a USB memory stick. Plug in the memory stick then in the XMB go to Music and select your USB memory stick. Select all the files you want to copy to your PS3 then select copy to HDD. Your songs will now be on your PS3.
It can take a Memory Stick Micro, but not Max Duo like regular PSPs. Currently therefore you will be able to have 32GB total storage space, using the largest Memory Stick Micro available.
Okay, fist you'll need a USB cord (Or a Memory stick adapter, which works better). Insert the adapter into your computer. Go to "Computer", then 'Memory Stick". Next, go to the Folder "PSP". Left Click and select "Copy". Copy it to your desktop or a place where you can find it. Now you format your Memory Stick. After that, Go back to "Comptuer" then "Memory stick and copy the files one by one into the… Read More
Programs such as Media Manager and iTunes My Walkman will help with this process, but you can also simply drag and drop the music files from your computer's hard-drive to the PSPs memory stick.
When you go to buy a memory stick, you can choose one that has a suitable amount of gigabytes on it for your personal needs. There are memory sticks such as 1GB, 2GB, 4GB, 8GB, 16GB 32GB just to name a few. Some memory sticks have very high storage space, but are very expensive.
yes you put it on a computer and look at the files on "my computer" from Jake willoughby
Yes you can, all you have to do is click on the chosen file and add your document
Any files that are less than the capacity of the "memory stick" can be stored on the device. Just choose the "Save As" option and indicate that you want it saved on the USB device.
go to google and type restoration.......its the first one. download it then run it (you have to be logged in as the administrator)!!!!! to use it . then you just pick the drive your memory-stick is on and look for the file you deleted.
It depends on the size of the files. If you have a 4GB Excel file, you will be able to store only one file.
it's portable because you can get a memory stick that plugs into any usb. Since no crucial files are stored on it, You can remove and take anywhere.
It depends on the amount of space on your Sony Memory Stick.
Because your PSP is weird, didn't happen to me