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Psp not saving or loading

When ever i go to save or load a game from a umd the psp doesn't read the memory stick (512mb sony msproduo) it freezes up and all i can do it press the home button. So I can play the game but can't save progress or load it.I put my bro mem stick into my PSP and same thing happened. When I put my mem stick into his Psp no probs, so it's not mem stick prob. I can still play demo games that I have downloaded from the net to my mem stick  I can still play music and view pics and watch movies on umd and on mem stick. I have used proper stuff to clean mem port.This happened after i updated to 3.71. My brother updated as well but no probs for himn!!!.my psp is out of warranty.

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  • frtzb Nov 30, 2007

    I just bought myself a PSP straight off the shelves, and I am having the same problem. It will save on Castlevania, but will not for any other games that I have. One of them being Silent Hill Origins, and its a brand new game for crying out loud. If there is a solution, or mabe I got a bad memory card, please let me know.

  • soccerpriz Dec 18, 2007

    I can't save my umb game to my psp. It's brand new and so is the game. The game book says I can save to a memory stick but doesn't say how. There isn't even an option to save. It just tells me if I exit I will lose my game place. We called psp and they have no idea and we can't find number to big fish/mumble jumble to ask them how to save the game. This bites!! Anyone know how to save a game to the psp memory stick please let me know!!!!! The game is called - The 7 wonders of an ancient world. THANX!!!

    soccerpriz@yahoo.com


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Hi Spazza2,

Did yout try using the same UMD game your brother was using and see if the game format has anything to do with it?  Since you upgraded, the UMD game may be old, and might not work with Version 3.71. It sounds like your PSP is working just  fine other than that.

Posted on Oct 27, 2007

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