So, how do I set up the memory stick?

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Jan 13, 2010
  1. Eski
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    So I recently bought a PSP 1000 for $70, btw did I get ripped off? It didn't come with the headphones or usb cable.

    Anyway, I pretty new to the PSP, so I'm wondering how the memory stick is set up. I used an adapter(Not the sony one) to see the inside of my stick.

    Basically, there's one folder called PSP, and after that there are two more folders SAVEDATA and SYSTEM. I wondering where I put the photos and movies in and what to name those folders. Also, I had my friend hack my PSP, so where would I put my ISO folder?
     
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    Just go format your memstick with the psp. All folders will be made automatically. Name of folder is self-explanatory, ex picture for pics, iso for iso, music for music etc.
     
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    Oh, thanks. I assumed because it came with the PSP the memory stick would be already set up.
     
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    No, however if you just got it, the ISO folder, GAME, GAME150, etc. folders are only made with a Custom Firmware (aka CFW).

    If you get into CFW, look into bubble's categories plugin, it allows you to separate your homebrew, software, isos (games), into different folders.

    Wynd
     
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    So, I gotta create some folders to put my games in? It's already got an ISO Folder, and in it, it has a folder called Video. I did a google search on "bubble's categories plugin" and came up with nothing.
     

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