10-09-2008 02:57 PM #1Member
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PS3 doesn't support ProStick Duo?
I have a that I use for watching 's. I recently started to transfer my pictures from an SD card from my camera. I was playing around with slide shows, backgrounds, and all kinds of stuff. I was pretty happy until the other day I tried to do the same thing with a ProStick Duo card from my Sony camera, and nothing happened. The did not seem to detect it. No light. Nothing. I finally got everything done by dusting off my multi-card reader and using the USB port, but still, why is the Sony PS3 not compatible with the Sony ProStick Duo? Am I doing something wrong? Does a regular ProStick work? If so, what's the difference between the ProStick and the ProStick Duo? I would appreciate any info. Thanks guys.
10-11-2008 04:02 AM #2Display 1: 37" Olevia LCD
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10-12-2008 12:32 AM #3
probably a defective stick or there is something wrong with the reader in the ps3Sony 40v3000 1080p TV 40 Inches
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10-16-2008 12:16 PM #4
Works fine for me too. The only issue I have is that it is difficult to insert the card in the slot. I have to give it a little bit more of a push than the other slots.
I would try it again.60GB
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