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Saving well ive had my psp for a while now and all of a sudden whenever try to save my games it goes blank and it says mysetting is corrupt please help

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Try to reformat you memory stick, back it up first incase it doesn't work.
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I put game saves on my psp but my game cant read it!!!!


Welcome to fixya,

Here is the step by step instruction to put save games on your psp,


1-Connect your PSP to the computer using a USB cable.
2-Get the gamesave from a gaming web site.
3-Unzip the folder and make sure it is the one you want.
4-Get the folder that has the main game save in it.
5-Copy the game save folder.
6-Open PSP-savedata and make sure you don't have that save data but with your save.
7-Paste it and if you have a current save in it, press replace only if you want to really get rid of it or save it to your computer.
8-Check the PSP savedata on the PSP menu screen to see if it is corrupted.
9-Put the game in that you got the save data from and see if it works.

Hope this helps.

Dec 18, 2010 | Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console

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Psp tips on: backround colour, file images, car stereo system.


The PSP is the hottest little handheld around right now. The PlayStation Portable Handheld system is very impressive and plays great games, music and movies. Additionally, the system does have a few tricks as well. Here are a couple of things you can try, some are fairly simple. Please note you must be careful with some of these tricks and they will be marked by a * before the “how to” area. Due to the price and the sensitive LCD screen always use caution when trying anything below.
Jam to Tunes Using Your Car Stereo System Speakers * Use the following instructions to play your PSP games and movies with your cars audio system. You will need a FM modulator, a cable with a male stereo 1/8" headphone connector at one end and split left and right RCA connectors at the other. The red wire with the 'in' line fuse goes to your car battery or switch. The ground wire grounds to the frame. Set the car's CD or tape deck to the FM frequency that is on the modulator. The frequency is usually 88.7 or 89.1. Plug the RCA connectors from the cable into the RCA jacks on the modulator. Plug the headphone end of the cable into the PSP. Turn on the PSP with the volume set at half way.
The PSP's sound goes through your car's antenna. No extra wires are needed nor are any other adjustments. Your games, music and movies will now play through your car's stereo speakers. Please note: take care when trying this and make sure you know how to use the modulator and know the right way to hook up the wire to the fuse box and ground wire. If this is not done right, this can damage or even short out the PSP. This one is for parents!

Changing the Save File images * Whenever you save a game, one or two pictures are created on your memory stick: ICON#.PNG - the 144x80 icon displayed when you select your saved file. The #, normally 0, may be higher if a game places multiple saves in one folder. PIC 1. PNG - the 480x272 background that's displayed when you cursor over your save or game disk. Knowing this, you can customize your save icons and backgrounds by simply replacing them with new . PNG files. However, make sure that you keep the new file less than or equal to the original file's resolution, or the PSP will cut off sections to make it fit.
First Connect your PSP to your PC. Then locate the save file you want to change. All saves are located in the PSPSAVEDATA folder, divided into separate sub folders to keep necessary files together. Once you've found the save icon you want to change, add .ori to the end of the file name, in case you ever want to change it back to the original. Resize the image you want as you're save icon to 144x80 and save it as a .PNG named ICON#.PNG - “where # was the number found on the file you renamed”. Then move the new picture into your save folder.
Now, whenever you see your save files on your PSP, its icon will be the picture you changed it to. Use the same method to change PIC 1.PNG files to your own custom pictures, but remember that the resolutions must be at most 480x272. *Please note this is a bit complicated and could result in losing all saves if not done correctly. This tweak is really for those who have knowledge of using these types of files. Please use caution when attempting this or have someone that knows how to work with these files help you.
Choosing a Background Color and Keeping it the Same The PSP will change colors of the background screen every month automatically. You can pick a color that you like and have it stay that way. Simply go into the settings and select the month that has that color, when it changes, reselect the month. Note: Your date will always be wrong, but if color and style is your concern, this simple tweak does the trick.

on Jan 06, 2010 | Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console

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Saving game data in my psp


well there might be a fault in your game disc or u need a new memory stick duo 2g and up

Dec 31, 2008 | Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console

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PSP UPDATE HELP!! CORRUPTED


The problem might be that you used the file name EBOOT.PBP.PBP to save it.Delete the file name you use in saving it on your pc and re-type EBOOT.PBP.

Dec 07, 2008 | Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console

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My monster hunter 2nd G savedata got corrupted


Then shutdown your PSP & try to load it again.

It probably won't work.

Now, this teaches you a lesson, make another copy of the game save-datas of your games on your PC every now & then, or on another MS!

Aug 31, 2008 | Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console

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Saving games on memory card


have you been downloading games,if you buy new games they should save fine,if not take them back and refund, if you downloaded games then the must have some corrupted data on them when downloading causing save issues. deleta data and try downloading from more trusted site like pspiso, or just google em

Jan 15, 2008 | Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console

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Sony psp


If you tried to delete the save game from the memory stick and it's not letting you. Copy what you need off of the memory stick to your PC via the usb cable and reformat your memory stick.

Jan 27, 2007 | Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console

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