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    goes a 16db memory stick duo work on the psp?
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    Why did you post this in off topic??? this should be in the Hardware section or something....

    and yes, they work with the psp.


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    Quote Originally Posted by tomaversa View Post
    Why did you post this in off topic??? this should be in the Hardware section or something....

    and yes, they work with the psp.
    he's new take it easy
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    just be sure to get it from a reputable site if you are buying it online because there are alot of fakes
    Red Slim ofw 3.93 > ofw 5.02 > cfw 3.80m33-5 > cfw 5.00m33-4 > cfw 5.00m33-6
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    Yea.

    I have no idea why it wouldn't.
    Same as any other just more space.
    Good memory card man.
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