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Can you help me!! because my memory stick 8GB have been not read from my psp and computer i don't now it wast corrupt or not because when i was put into the memory card ready my computer have been log from a few second that have been the memory stick have so may open folder and vanish that's why my memory stick have been not read.

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Hi,

I recently had the same exact problem with a Kingston SD card of mine. Unfortunately, this usually means that the flash memory is no good any more. This means the data is totally unreadable on the drive now, and you will need to replace the drive.

The good news is that manufacturers tend to offer very long warranties on flash memory devices. I looked up on the Sony support site, and they offer a warranty of five to ten years, which you would fall into. I would call Sony support and start the replacement process. You won't get the files back, but at least you won't need to replace it.

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Your memory stick is probably (99,9%) fake and not from Sony.

Usually hapens when you buy from hong kong site or from ebay.

You need new memory stick from shop.

Posted on Aug 26, 2009

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I have 1 memory card of sony 64 mb this is not detacted to computer like dead but i dont know about this i want to data this card it is possible? i m waitung ur answer

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