Computer games nowadays are one of the most useful sources of enjoyment for this modern and fast world. Games play a very important role in an individual’s daily life. For instance, a brain that is used for 8 hours daily in office or for any other routine works need some break. A person requires something that takes him out from his boring routine life.
Here, Games could be very helpful to maintain his work efficiency by keeping him fresh and ready fro the upcoming tasks. In this article we would be discussing some basic problems that a person can encounter related to computer games. There are some big games that save the progress you make in the game. Next time when you start playing your game, it actually loads the data from that particular saved file. Now, a person would never like to lose that progress he made in the game as it will be very boring to restart.
This write up focuses to guide you, how could you save yourself from such an irritation? The solution is simple, all you need to do is create backup for those saved files. Coming paragraphs will help you with the procedure.
For the purpose, we will be requiring software called Sony Media Go. This will help you to make backup of your PSP game data.
Creating Backup of Game Data in you Computer:
First and foremost you need to download Sony Media Go. As the downloading is finished run the installation process. Installation process is quite simple all you need to do is to run the setup file and setup wizard would automatically download all the files that are essential for proper functionality of this particular software.
As the above requirement is compiled, use USB cable to connect your PSP with your computer. Your PSP should be set at USB mode for functionality. (Go to PSP settings -> USB connection and change the settings according to the requirement.)
Run the Sony media go on your computer. Your PSP should be displayed on left of the main Navigation menu.
Note: If you cannot see Your PSP in the navigation menu. Probably, it wouldn’t be connected properly. Check the cable if connected properly and still problem remains; there might be any problem with your cable. Simply restarting the software may also help you.
Look for the Saved Data displayed in the menu of your PSP.
Select all the game icons by pressing “ctrl+a” or click and drag mouse on all the icons. Note: If some of the files is to be selected don’t use “ctrl+a” approach. Press and hold the control key and select all files that you want save.
Drag all the selected data to the saved data section. Normally, transfer is quite quick; it entirely depends on your computer configuration and size of the data to be saved.
If you start to pick the Saved Data from repository, you’ll see all the data that you have saved. If any how your Memory Stick is corrupted, or you just lost the data due to any other problem you can use your repository to recover all the games data.