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When you look around the place most kids own a portable gaming device like the
Sony PSP (Playstation Portable). Since its introduction the PSP has totally
revolutionized the gaming industry with amazing game play and breathtaking
graphics that you thought would only be found on the bigger console machines like
the Xbox or PS2.

Due to the relatively small size of the games most are prone to damage either
through scratching or dirt entering inside the protective cover that comes with every
PSP game. That's why its important to backup your PSP games to preserve your
originals and save money replacing them. There are lots of free tools and tech sites
on the internet that can show you how to copy psp games but if your not familiar
with the geek talk backing up PSP games can be a tedious and sometimes frustrating
procedure.

Fortunately there are easy to use software tools and guides available out there that
make this possible! All you need is a PSP SD memory card (2 gig preferred), a PC
and your own PSP handheld device. The software programs come with guides that
show you how to dump PSP games on onto your computer then transfer them onto
your PSP memory stick. Depending on the size of the memory stick you can run
multiple games of one stick and not have to use the disc at all.

You can have all your PSP game collection running off your PSP memory stick instead
of the discs. This has several advantages but mostly games will run a lot faster (off
the memory card) and your originals will not get damaged and you can safely store
them away.

You can find lots of videos on youtube or forums dedicated to PSP gaming that can
show you how to transfer games to PSP memory card - all you have to do is Google
search them and you'll get the information you need.

				
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