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Might have a bad stick. Did you try a different stick?

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Posted on Feb 11, 2009

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If you purchased your memory stick separately, Sony puts safeguards into their products which prevents using memory cards that aren't of the Sony brand name. If it is a Sony memory card, the contacts could be dirty and the PSP won't read it.

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I need help...... my PSP memory stick won't work.. it says that "Your memory stick cannot be read. Try formatting you memory stick.." But the real problem is I don't want to format my memory...


not sure what memory stick you refer too but lets talk as if it was a micro sd card as i had the same problem for my ndsi XL what i did was to save all the information to my computer from my sd card i then did a google search and found a sd card formatting tool (http://panasonic.jp/support/global/cs/sd/download/index.html) i did the format put all the information back on the card and all is well again i hope this helps ?

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No source will read my memory stick pro duo mark 2


  1. Try re-formatting your memory stick from your PSP console. A memory stick that is formatted from a PC or other hand held console sometimes cause incompatibility problem with the PSP.
  2. If your PSP still can not read the memory stick, try checking your memory stick by using your friends PSP and see if they can access the memory stick.
  3. If the memory stick can be accessed by your friends PSP then there is a problem with the memory slot of your PSP.
  4. The only way to check the contacts of the memory slot of your PSP is to disassemble you PSP and take out the mother board.

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My psp can't read my sony memory stickpro duo, every my psp can't read my sony memory stick pro duo, every time I insert it the light on the LAN showing it in reading process just blink and blink,...


The best way to check if the memory card has the problem or the memory slot is bad is to try a different card and see if the PSP will read it if it reads a different card so the old card is bad but if it wont read a different card the slot is bad and need some repair........

Jan 04, 2010 | Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console

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Psp 1000 will not read memory stick


First thing to check: Try another memory stick. It may be something as simple as a bad memory stick.

If you tried another memory stick and it works (and/or you tried your memory stick on another PSP and it works), you probably need a new memory card reader for the PSP. You can find it at the following website. Be sure to match up the model number of the memory card reader so that you get the right one. The website installs parts like this for $20 also:

http://store.richspsxparts.com/pspmecaslnec.html

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PSP can't read my memory stick and LAN light is flashing.


hi
is it just the one movie that wont play or have you tried music and game saves?
a few things to check
1 is the memory card showing magic gate supported
2 check if the card shows 15.?gb with nothing on it
3 try loading the card with 15gb of music and pictures

i bought a 16gb pro duo memory card from ebay that was a 4gb card showing in the psp as 15.4gb but corrupted every thing after 4gb.
if you also find that the card is only taking between 4-8gb of data contact ebay as this is likely a fake card.

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PSP not reading Memeory Stick.


If it is not a psp memory stick,or a compatible psp memory stick,IT will not work.Most memory sticks are not compatible with the psp.


Please take time to rate this fixya

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Memory card, not right one and stuck!


The PlayStation Portable system is only compatible with "Memory Stick Duo" and "Memory Stick PRO Duo" memory cards. You should have read that in the manual, or on the box, or directly on the unit.

Inserting by force any other type of memory card (including "Memory Stick PRO" that are not Duo) will break your PSP. There are dozens of types of memory cards on the market. They don't have the same shape and size, and they don't work the same way.

Trying to push another type of memory card in your PSP is acting like a kindergarten child who desperately tries to push a cube in a hole that is shaped like a circle.

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My psp cannot read the memory card...help me please...


is it a {sony} memory stick duo?if it is then it is your psp if not then its your memory stick

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