Sony Media Manager for PSP

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System Requirements
Minimum System Requirements
Microsoft Windows XP SP2 or later, Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 (included on CD-ROM), 1GHz processor, 200 MB hard-disk space for program installation, 512 MB RAM, PSP system firmware 2.0 (for video playback on the PSP system), QuickTime 7 (included in CD-ROM), Windows-compatible sound card, CD-ROM drive (for installation and CD extraction), USB 2.0 cable and port (for connecting to the PSP system), Internet connection (for Gracenote MusicID, RSS feeds, and software activation), Internet Explorer 5.0 or later (included on CD-ROM), Microsoft Office XP/2002 or later for Excel and Word document transfer, PSP System Update 2.0 or later (for Sony AVC/AAC video playback on the PSP system).
*Specifications are subject to change without notice. While every attempt has been made by IDG Communications in the production of these specifications, possible errors or omissions may still occur. IDG Communications neither assumes legal liability or responsibility for the accuracy, completeness or usefulness of any product specifications supplied.

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