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PS3 Memory Slots

The Micro SD and Memory Stick Pro Duo slots dont seem to be working on my ps3. It has a 60gig HD, is fairly new, and had been well maintained. They've worked fine in the past, but now when I insert a card the yellow light blinks a few times then goes solid, but the card icon never shows up on the XMB. External USB drives show up fine but nothing I put into the card slots. Any ideas?

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Try to format the card in FAT 32 format

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