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Re: HOW TO: Speed Up Memory Stick

Posted: Mon Feb 09, 2015 4:15 am
by MadZiontist
Too bad the PSP can't read the exFAT format. I wonder if a CFW update could accomplish that :?:

Using Windows ReadyBoost feature is another great way to speed up your mem stick. You'll have to cough up a small percentage of your MS space for caching, but it's worth it.

Just click on your PSP in Windows, and select properties, then ReadyBoost. Then select the "Dedicate This Device To ReadyBoost" option. Hit "Apply" and "OK", and enjoy faster mem stick speeds!

If you wanna get rid of the ReadyBoost feature being used, just disable it in Windows.

And nice .py script Acid! There were some folders I had to recreate, but it saved me a lot of hassle!

Re: HOW TO: Speed Up Memory Stick

Posted: Sat Mar 07, 2015 9:13 am
by DodoGTA
How I can access recovery menu?

Re: HOW TO: Speed Up Memory Stick

Posted: Sat Mar 07, 2015 12:22 pm
by satan89
Either via vsh menu (select button) or press and hold R shoulder button while booting the PSP (ME, LME perma. Not sure if it works with pro)

Re: HOW TO: Speed Up Memory Stick

Posted: Sat Mar 07, 2015 12:27 pm
by haxxey
MadZiontist wrote:Using Windows ReadyBoost feature is another great way to speed up your mem stick. You'll have to cough up a small percentage of your MS space for caching, but it's worth it.
Windows ReadyBoost allows Windows to use your device for Windows-related cache stuff. It has no effect on using the same drive on non-windows devices.

Re: HOW TO: Speed Up Memory Stick

Posted: Mon May 18, 2015 11:32 am
by ali_ihsan21
Wolfmade wrote:
MadZiontist wrote:Using Windows ReadyBoost feature is another great way to speed up your mem stick. You'll have to cough up a small percentage of your MS space for caching, but it's worth it.
Windows ReadyBoost allows Windows to use your device for Windows-related cache stuff. It has no effect on using the same drive on non-windows devices.
Exactly it also consumes some of your memory card space for the benefit of windows not for PSP.