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PSP - Corrupt data

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My problem is I think with EA Games. My PSP will let me save EA games but once I try to reload it, I get an error message saying "Cannot load - corrupt data".
I bought the memory card in Hong Kong, could this be the problem? Should I buy a new memory card?

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Hong kong memory cards you need to format them before putting any data on them they get tiny dust particules in them and this will also corrupt files this is manufacture problem unfortunatley
and all the memory cards for psp are manufactured in hong kong so buying a new card might be win loose or draw
i found this out the hard way when i ordered over seas yes i went to the first site i saw in english and bought one boy was i fried corrupt data is just the data stored in files that you can use your comp to back up memory card and then do a format your psp is a storage device and like any other storage devise it needs to be updated and formated with new parameters of the updates then put your info stored information back onto the card
hope this helped you

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Did you try format the card?to us ver.?

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B4 buyin a new mem card jus try a friends card... nd c if t works,

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