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I have had this problem before, there is a problem with the flash memory modules, it will need to be sent back to the manufacturer or store from which you purchased it for replacement or repair, you will need proof of purchase.
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The Fuji website is not user friendly and I couldn't find the 2600Z. Sorry.
as of right now there is no true fix to the problem. deleting the file does nothing to stop the future failing of future saving. the file is indeed not corrupted, however, there is something corrupt with the game and it doesn't matter if you buy a new one because it will happen again. it is the game! it is not the memory card, the save file, or your PS2. i recently purchased a new hobbit game to see if it would solve the saving issue, it did not. as soon as i got to a certain point during the Barrels Out of Bond chapter, it sent an error message first stating there was not enough room on the card, then later on it stated that the data was corrupt. there was enough memory and the file was not truly corrupt. as far as we know, there is no solution to this problem. many people have had this issue though and it would be nice if the game's developers would address the issue.
Exactly the same thing happend to me with my brand-new Aiptek. Turns out it was the no-name brand SD card that I got from China which destroyed it. Aiptek was kind enough to replace it for free since it was under warranty. Aiptek's caution: Stick to brands like SanDisk, Dane-Elec, Kingston, Transcend or PNY. Purchase from resellers like Target, Best Buy, Newegg.com or Amazon.com. Avoid MINI & MACRO style cards. NO Sandisk Ultra II or Extreme III, class 6. AVOID Hi-SPEED!
As other Hard Drives memory card has also it's MBR. Your MMC is seems corrupt in it's file system. Just format it in computer using FAT file system and it will work again OK. Frequently on and off leads it's file system towards corruption. When it will be fine it will co-operat your phone. Don't forget to take back-up before formatting.