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How do i put saved data onto a new memory card from an old memory card for the psp?

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Down load PSP media Manager .It's free at sony site

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Hi mr_bagpuss,

The memory card of your PSP needs to be checked. Since you can't save data andgame on it, it's showing that the memory is not properly connected, intact orworst case defective. You can still diagnose the problem by doing these steps:

1. Turn off the PSP.

2. Now take the memory stick out then check if pins are clean.

3. If it continues not to work after checking the pin, try to check the memorycard using your PC. You can simply open the card via card reader.

4. If your PC cannot detect the memory card, it means that the memory card isnow defective. Now it's time for you to buy a new memory card.

Hope it helps.

Thank you for using FixYa.

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