An introduction to Photo on PSP

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Copy photo files to Memory Stick Duo

Find out how to transfer and view image files on your PSP.

Image files must be in the correct format in order to be viewed on PSP.

If your PC has a Memory Stick Duo slot, you can save files directly to the Memory Stick Duo. If the slot only accepts a standard-size Memory Stick, you will need a Memory Stick Duo Adaptor (model number MSAC-M2, a Sony product sold separately).

Alternatively, you may transfer files to a Memory Stick Duo inserted into your PSP via a standard USB cable (sold separately), or to a Memory Stick Duo inserted into a Memory Stick USB reader/writer.

Save files

Image data must be saved in the correct place on the Memory Stick Duo to enable viewing on the PSP system.

Save image files inside the "PHOTO" folder. The PSP system will not recognise photo files saved anywhere other than this folder.

You may create sub-folders within the "PHOTO" folder. However, further sub-folders will not be recognised.

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