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Millennium themed downloads for your Sony PSP

Millennium themed downloads for your Sony PSP.

Enhance your Sony PSP with some unique, specially created Millennium themed downloads!

The PSP is capable of displaying a desktop background, just your computer. Its sleek black looks are just the thing to show off a nice plain black background featuring a gold Ouroborus.

Also presented below you will find the opening title sequence for all three Season's of Chris Carter's Millennium tv series which look wonderful on the small screen. Follow the instructions to install them on your PSP's memory stick and compare the subtle differences in each opening sequence whilst you listen to Mark Snow's beautiful opening theme music.

 
 

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Millennium Opening Titles (Sony PSP Video format):

An image from Millennium's opening title sequence which looks great on a Sony PSP!

Millennium Opening Titles

Download the files for each season you want, one is the actual video clip, the other is a thumbnail image. Then follow the instructions below.

Season 1 Titles MP4 format Size: 4.80MB | Season 1 thumbnail

Season 2 Titles MP4 format Size: 4.88MB | Season 2 thumbnail

Season 3 Titles MP4 format Size: 4.68MB | Season 3 thumbnail

How to transfer the video clips to your PSP:

The following instructions detail how to put the video files onto your PSP under Windows. Its a simple matter of copying and pasting the video files or using drag and drop from your computer to your PSP. I don't have a MAC but I'm sure the process will be similar and the location of the VIDEO folder on your PSP will be the same. Out of interest, the PSP's firmware is 3.50 but I don't think it matters.

  1. Connect your PSP to your PC via its USB connection and then switch your PSP on.
  2. Navigate to SETTINGS > USB CONNECTION and press X. (Your PC will spot the new USB connection to your PSP and it will appear as a Memory Stick under My Computer (in Windows).) In Vista, you may see an option to repair or continue without scanning. Simply choose to continue without scanning.
  3. Copy both the downloaded files (select them both, right click on them and choose Copy) and then browse into your PSP by opening My Computer and then go into the new Memory Stick folder.
  4. Inside the Memory Stick drive, you should see a folder called VIDEO in capital letters. If not make one here but don't put it in a sub folder, the main root folder will do fine!
  5. Go into the VIDEO folder and paste your downloaded files into it.
  6. By now your PSP's screen may have gone black to save power. Just click a button to bring it back to life.
  7. Press the circle button O to disconnect the USB communication.
  8. Go to the Video option and watch your new video clips! You can press triangle for more Playback options.
 

Millennium themed wallpapers for your Sony PSP:

A Millennium Group Ouroborus looks great on a Sony PSP!

Millennium Group Ouroborus for Sony PSP

Download the file and then follow the instructions below.

View THIS image and then save it to your computer (it has the correct dimensions).


How to transfer the background image file to your PSP:

The following instructions detail how to put the background wallpaper file onto your PSP under Windows. Its a simple matter of copying and pasting the file or using drag and drop from your computer to your PSP.

  1. Connect your PSP to your PC via its USB connection and then switch your PSP on.
  2. Navigate to SETTINGS > USB CONNECTION and press X. (Your PC will spot the new USB connection to your PSP and it will appear as a Memory Stick under My Computer (in Windows).) In Vista, you may see an option to repair or continue without scanning. Simply choose to continue without scanning.
  3. Copy the downloaded file (right click on it and choose Copy) and then browse into your PSP by opening My Computer and then go into the new Memory Stick folder.
  4. Inside the Memory Stick drive, you should see a folder called PSP in capital letters.
  5. Go into the PHOTO folder and paste your downloaded file into it.
  6. By now your PSP's screen may have gone black to save power. Just click a button to bring it back to life.
  7. Press the circle button O to disconnect the USB communication.
  8. Go to the PHOTOS option and browse to your new wallpaper. Display it and press triangle for more options.
  9. Choose the option for SET AS WALLPAPER. Select overwrite and then return to main screen to see your new Millennium wallpaper image.