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Old 05-05-2007, 11:09 AM   #1
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Default Memory Stick Pro DUO

Ok my PC has an internal memory card reader, and I have no idea how to put this thing in! I know the reader supports it, it says right there, but I don't know where to put it! I tried just sticking it in there then it got stuck and I had to pry it out with scissors...
Its a 1GB one, I just got a PSP yesterday because it was my 16th birthday, I get A's & B's on my report card all the time...So where do I put this in?
I know I could plug the PSP in but I hate dragging out the stupid ass USB cable.
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Old 05-05-2007, 11:24 AM   #2
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OMG I did the same thing! ask Dude_se he will tell you all about it.Thereaders claim they supprt it yt they don't, you may have to buy a 19-in-1 (I thin its that) it is the only slot port that supports those. But If you go to EB you can get a cable for the PSP for like 5 $.
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WAit nevermind...theres a big difference between Memory Stick PRO and Memory Stick Pro DUO...my reader only does Memory Stick Pro. I'll just hook it up.

EDIT: New question, how do I put videos. I made a folder in the root called 'MP_ROOT', then another one in that one called '100MNV01', then I copied my MP4 video, that I converted for my iPod, in that folder, and named it 'M4V00001'. Now under Videos on the PSP, it said 'unsupported data'.
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Old 05-05-2007, 11:34 AM   #4
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Most likely it needs a little adapter. My micro SD phone card isn't technically supported by my card reader, but it came with an adapter that makes it fit like a regular SD card.
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Old 05-05-2007, 11:35 AM   #5
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what version do you have?
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Old 05-05-2007, 11:36 AM   #6
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My memory stick pro duo is still stuck in my laptop's memory card reader, and is impossible to get out.
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Use a pair of tweezers man, I had to really work for it byut I got mine out
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WAit nevermind...theres a big difference between Memory Stick PRO and Memory Stick Pro DUO...my reader only does Memory Stick Pro. I'll just hook it up.

EDIT: New question, how do I put videos. I made a folder in the root called 'MP_ROOT', then another one in that one called '100MNV01', then I copied my MP4 video, that I converted for my iPod, in that folder, and named it 'M4V00001'. Now under Videos on the PSP, it said 'unsupported data'.
what program did you use to convert it?
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Use a pair of tweezers man, I had to really work for it byut I got mine out
Doesn't work, its really far in.
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Old 05-05-2007, 11:46 AM   #10
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you said its a lapy right? is there any way you can take it out and opoen the card reader to remove it? thats like 40$ down the drain if you don't get it out. and to drumer what Firmware do you have?
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