When I activate autosave on a particular game, the memory stick light does not flash and nothing is saved except my profile name- but when I play another game the light flashes and everything is saved.
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If you are getting this error when trying to play games from memory stick i might have the solution for you.
1) Back up your data on memory stick to PC using usb cable.
2) Format your memory stick from PSP.
3) Copy game from your PS3 to your PSP using usb cable.
4) Copy game saves etc. from your PC back to your PSP.
5) Play your games on PSP.
Try a "Reformat" or your memory card. here's how.
I recommend that you do this every so often regardless, and particularly when you first buy a memory stick. Reformat it, on the Sony PSP. So that anything added by the memory stick manufacturer is removed, along with any hidden files you might have accidentally added. You can format any size Memory Stick Duo in the Sony PSP by doing this:
Push the little HOME button on the bottom left of the face of the unit.
Use the arrow keys to move to the SETTINGS area, then move the up and down keys until you get to System Settings.
Once you are there, click on the "X" button and scroll up and down as needed to find Format Memory Stick. Click on "X" again to select that option.
The Sony PSP will now confirm that you want to reformat the memory stick (which removes every file and game save thereon, of course): choose yes and it'll format in just a few seconds.
Now you have a pristine new Memory Stick to work with and should have no problems with music, photos or other material you might wish to copy onto your PSP.
have you tried formatting the memory stick. go to settings>system settings>format memory stick this helps about 7/10 saving file problems. my experience has been that you get a better format if you have your psp connected to your pc and format it that way. this could have been a problem with your existing memory stick but i don't know why it did it to the new one... hmmm
updating is usually not a problem. If your memory card, was very cheap or is kind of old. chances are it has gone bad by now. try connecting the psp to your computer, go to the iso folder, and check if there are any games there. If there aren't than try downloading games again. However they will probably get deleted sooner or later. Only way I see it , is you need a new memory stick
You can try to have your memory stick content backed up to your computer local hard disk, and then do a format for the memory stick from your psp, as well as full reset, (should be found under the setting=>system setting menu) then, copy the backups back to your memory stick.