How to Use an ISO File for PSP

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An ISO file is a compressed archive, and a personal computer is required to transfer this to a PSP. Use the Power ISO application to use an ISO file on the PSP with help from a video producer in this free video on the PSP.

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We're going to talk how to use an ISO file on your PSP. Now, an ISO file is a compressed archive, usually containing a program of some sort, and you can go ahead, and use these files on a PSP. You're going to need a personal computer to do this, of course. Now, you're going to need an application on your PC, called Power ISO. You can go ahead, and find that on the web. Go ahead and download that, install it on to your system. Once you do that, choose Files, search for your ISO folder. Now, you can go ahead, and drag and select files, to add to that ISO folder. At that point, you'll want to go ahead, and click Add. That will add all the files that you've chosen, and hit Save. That creates the ISO file. The next thing you want to do, is connect to your PSP, through the USB port, or you can take the memory stick, and go ahead and put it into a standard memory card reader, and transfer the ISO file over to the memory stick, that you've got for your PSP. One thing you want to make sure that you do, is create a folder called ISO, so your PSP will recognize that folder, so go ahead, copy it over into that folder. If you're doing it through a direct USB connection, you're fine. If you're not, go ahead and make sure that you put your memory card back into the PSP. Then, the next thing you'll do, is go to your PSP. You want to go to the Game tab, and then there's a little memory stick option. Go there, and you should see your ISO folder. What you want to do then, is just hit the X button, to load the ISO, and you will load the program onto your PSP.

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