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My psp has the wrong memory card and its stuck

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Find the right one and put it in

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When i save games on my psp memory card, it says "datat corrupted", so i got a new memory card and SAME PROBLEM! i tried reformatting both cards, but no luck! please help!


To be able to play games from the memory stick, your PSP must be hacked first. It's a complicated process.
There's nothing wrong with your memory sticks.

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Have you tried another memory stick? Or have you tried this stick in another PSP? This will tell you whether the stick is faulty or there is something wrong with your PSP.

If the stick is faulty then buy another, otherwise take the PSP to a repair centre.

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I dropped my psp and lost all data.now my psp wont read my memory stick but the pc does.whats wrong with my psp and how can i fix it? tnx..


Its the psp memory card reader thats broken...have you tried another memory card in the slot? i dont think you can fix it by urself..

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well if ur umd reader is damaged u may be stuck but if ur memory card stills works and plays music and such try modding it with this site
http://forums.afterdawn.com/thread_view.cfm/688507

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My psp says that the memory stick is not in but the memory stick light says it is and i cant use the memory stick


Try formatting the Memory Stick. If it doesn't work, there is probably something wrong with either your psp or the Memory Stick.

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Memory card, not right one and stuck!


The PlayStation Portable system is only compatible with "Memory Stick Duo" and "Memory Stick PRO Duo" memory cards. You should have read that in the manual, or on the box, or directly on the unit.

Inserting by force any other type of memory card (including "Memory Stick PRO" that are not Duo) will break your PSP. There are dozens of types of memory cards on the market. They don't have the same shape and size, and they don't work the same way.

Trying to push another type of memory card in your PSP is acting like a kindergarten child who desperately tries to push a cube in a hole that is shaped like a circle.

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The computer must have been writing to the card when you disconnected, and now it is damaged. You'll have to either purchase memory stick data recovery software or pay for an online data recovery system. I tried to find free software for this, but was unable to. This is the cheapest I found: http://www.datadoctor.in/data-recovery-software/memory-stick-data-recovery-software.html If that doesn't work for you, I think you're out of luck with this one.

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