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Secrets of the PlayStation Portable by Joel Durham Jr.

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6. Introducing Your PSP to Your PC

At some point, you’ll probably want to connect your PSP to a computer, such as a Windows PC—which is what I’ll focus on in this chapter because (1) I don’t have a Mac and (2) neither does about 90 percent of the rest of the world. That’s not to say that you can’t connect a PSP to a Mac. In fact, you can do almost everything in this chapter with a Mac as well as you can with a PC. To do this stuff with a Mac, simply do whatever it is you do with a Mac that’s equivalent to what I instruct you to do with a PC. If you don’t know how, ask another Mac person or consult a pertinent manual.

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