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Old 11-21-05, 02:47 AM
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A question for people who own a psp

Sorry if there is a huge psp thread somewhere but the search told me there were no matches for psp.
My question is, Does the psp take sdcards or just the ones that sony sells? If it doesn't take them, does it have any kind of small internal place to save games at? I am thinking of going to rentway and renting a psp for a week just so i have something to play on my trip, I wanted to rent Liberty city stories and try it. If it doesn't take sd or have any internal memory then i'll just forget it as i couldn't play the game without saving it.

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and yes i did do a google search for "does the psp take sd cards" and got no definitive answer
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Old 11-21-05, 02:53 AM
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Originally Posted by glassdragon
Sorry if there is a huge psp thread somewhere but the search told me there were no matches for psp.
My question is, Does the psp take sdcards or just the ones that sony sells? If it doesn't take them, does it have any kind of small internal place to save games at? I am thinking of going to rentway and renting a psp for a week just so i have something to play on my trip, I wanted to rent Liberty city stories and try it. If it doesn't take sd or have any internal memory then i'll just forget it as i couldn't play the game without saving it.

thanks for the time it took for you to read and respond to this


and yes i did do a google search for "does the psp take sd cards" and got no definitive answer
Nope. Pro Duo's only.
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Old 11-21-05, 02:55 AM
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Originally Posted by vhgong
Nope. Pro Duo's only.
thank you very much, kinda scratches that deal then

bah, found it after, mods please move this to here
http://forum.dvdtalk.com/showthread.php?t=437930
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Old 11-21-05, 10:18 AM
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Originally Posted by glassdragon
I wanted to rent Liberty city stories and try it. If it doesn't take sd or have any internal memory then i'll just forget it as i couldn't play the game without saving it.
For the record, I have kept it on the same game without saving for several days using the 'Powersave' shutoff (flicking the power button) instead of the full-fledged power down (with you get by holding the power button for a few more seconds). This method isn't 100% reliable, mind you, but still works well.
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Old 11-21-05, 10:42 AM
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Originally Posted by DRG
For the record, I have kept it on the same game without saving for several days using the 'Powersave' shutoff (flicking the power button) instead of the full-fledged power down (with you get by holding the power button for a few more seconds). This method isn't 100% reliable, mind you, but still works well.

I too had 100% success with this feature. as long as you have access to a power outlet, you would be okay most likely.
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