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This may be a sign that your game has corrupted and now has permanently saved to that point only. You may have to restart your game (I know it stinks). But before you do restart try to save on a different DS or DSi. If that doesn't work you will need to restart.
Once this occurs,
trying to load a save file for a game that supports trophies will give
you the option to either start over (wipe the save file) or sync
trophies (which fails). At this point trophies will no longer work and
save game files for any game that supports trophies will no longer load.
The only work around at this point is to delete your PS3 user
account (not to be confused with your PSN user account) and create a new
one (which you can link to your existing PSN account).
Once this is done your trophies will sync, but you will lose all
your saved games. If you try to restore any saved games you made before
doing this, the error will occur again.
The problem appears to be triggered if the user changes his/her
email address or password using the XMB account management tools. So
until Sony fixes this problem, users should not change their PSN email address or
This is the error code for disk errors: "An error occurred during the start operation. (8001002B)". If the disc is clean, maybe the laser is dirty. Use a lens cleaning CD to give the laser a clean (cheap to buy). You can also try deleting the temporary game data (using Game Data Utility) and reinstall the game.
Either the memory card or the port is dusty. Maybe the memory card is damaged. Try starting up the PS2 with the CD tray open, go into your browser and see if it reads the memory card. If it does then your card may be full.
Whats happened is you have started from a new game while an existing save was there. There is no way to save your current progress, however the origional save will still be there. You can either turn it off and start again from the previous save (by selecting the top option at the first menu) or if you want to start right from the begining and be able to save you will need to delete the old save file. I believe the reason for this was that so many kids losts their game that may have taken month (or years) of playing by a friend or sibbling trying to play the game from the start and then save - which would delete the other game save.
You need to make sure you have updated the PS3 as well as the games. You said you wait until the game is done saving, well just to make sure, check the HDD light isn't flashing (writing information). Also you should not just shut down from the game, quit game then shut down the system. If you are shutting it down with the switch in the back, shut down "softly" (holding down the PS button and selecting shutdown) then turn off in the back.
have you been downloading games,if you buy new games they should save fine,if not take them back and refund, if you downloaded games then the must have some corrupted data on them when downloading causing save issues. deleta data and try downloading from more trusted site like pspiso, or just google em