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PSP SanDisk Memory Card Duo corruption

I use my psp memory card as a drive to save work files. I was uploading some files from my psp to my computer and I accidently disconnected the connection to my psp and computer while it was transfering a colaboration of many files. All of a sudden the computer stopped recognizing the drive/psp memory card and in my psp it would constantly blink (as if it were trying to find the information on the card but couldn't, like as if it were stuck) So I came home and directly connected the card into my laptop with a memory stick duo adapter and when I do this it causes my laptop to flicker as well...just like my psp. I have many saved games and photos, and music and most importantly work files that I need from the card. How can I save these files?

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Re: PSP SanDisk Memory Card Duo corruption

The computer must have been writing to the card when you disconnected, and now it is damaged. You'll have to either purchase memory stick data recovery software or pay for an online data recovery system. I tried to find free software for this, but was unable to. This is the cheapest I found: If that doesn't work for you, I think you're out of luck with this one.

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