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You need to have 6 gigs of free dynamic ram.(Not including that used by the operating system and any other applications you have.
The way that memory is organised in a computer these days is usually in pairs or DRAM (dynamic random access memory) sticks which are matched. This allows the CPU to withdraw data from both memory sticks in the same clock cycle (DDR double data rate) which improves the over all speed of the processing.
So legal combinations over 4 gigs which will use the dual channel feature on your motherboard will probably be.
2 x 4 gigs sticks = 8 Gig DRAM
2 x 8 gig sticks = 16 Gig DRAM
Below is the minimum specification requirement.
Note: MINIMUM Faster CPU better graphics card and More ram is better.
Intel Core 2 Duo E8200 2.66 GHZ / AMD Phenom X3 8750 2.4 GHZ or better
Windows 7 64-Bit / Windows 8 64-Bit
NVIDIA GeForce GTS 450 / ATI Radeon HD 5870 or better
Free Disk Space:
When you install a larger SD card it will be a fresh empty memory card. Your existing 8Gb SD card will still have the the 5 hour gig data on it. You can insert the 8Gb SD memory card into an USB memory card reader and plug this into the USB port on your computer. The computer will see this SD memory card and adapter as an external storage device. You can then open the audio folder on theis SD memory card and copy this file to your computer.
Try reformatting it by inserting into a card reader connected to PC. If it is indeed only a bad sector in the card then you will lose data but still salvage your card. Otherwise you will lose both card and data. Also, if you are using a linux OS then there are data retrieval methods available from corrupt cards as well. Kindly clarify OS.
It needs to be replaced.
You can try reformatting it but 9 times out of 10 that doesn't work. If you want to try it do this:
1. Remove the corrupt memory stick from your PSP. 2. Go to system settings and choose format memory stick. 3. When it tells you all the data will be deleted and asks if you're sure, insert the corrupt memory stick and choose yes. Either way you are going to lose all your data from memory so make sure you go ahead and say yes to this.
Even when blank your memory stick will not have exactly 8gb free space. It's also likely that you have saved data on the stick also, as well as files the psp creates for things like internet browser bookmarks, history etc. For clarification also, how much free memory is it stating you have with no games on the stick?
When you removed the card from the computer, did you remember to use the "safely remove hardware" procedure? Also, you should never wait until your card is full before downloading...you run the risk of the card becoming corrupted. Your options now...1. Get a separate card reader and see if you can download your pics with it.2. If not, take the card to a store like Walmart that has a Kodak Picture kiosk machine. Insert your card and you should be able to see all your pics. From there, you can make a cd of them. Then, format your card in your camera to return it to factory specs.
usually this happens when the save data is corrupted. and this could happen because that certain spot on your memory stick is corrupted. what i mean by this is that all of your other save files, music, and videos you have on your memory stick might work just fine but a few save files might not load... this is because sometimes the whole memory stick don't go bad just some small sector. depending on how you look at it if a tiny bit of your 8 gig card is bad you could say the whole thing is bad since u won't know exactly which area
hi is it just the one movie that wont play or have you tried music and game saves? a few things to check 1 is the memory card showing magic gate supported 2 check if the card shows 15.?gb with nothing on it 3 try loading the card with 15gb of music and pictures
i bought a 16gb pro duo memory card from ebay that was a 4gb card showing in the psp as 15.4gb but corrupted every thing after 4gb. if you also find that the card is only taking between 4-8gb of data contact ebay as this is likely a fake card.