One time, when I was playing my monster hunter,it was auto saving, then suddenly my psp just offed itself. After that, when i tried to load the savedata. It is said that it is corrupted and load has failed. Please. What should I do?
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There aren't any cheat codes that are released so far as I know however you can download a gamesave that has everything already unlocked from a site such as: http://www.gamefaqs.com/psp/943356-monster-hunter-freedom-unite/saves
I'm sure there are several others as well. All you have to do is hook up your psp to your computer and place the file in your gamesave folder for the specific game.
Good luck and happy gaming!
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.
1) You must first backup ur data on your memory stick to your PC. Mainly the saved games data. ( directory is PSP\SAVEDATA)
2) Format the memory stick using the PSP format tool in system settings...not your PC.
3) In System Setting UNCHECK or UNSELECT "UMD Cache" this must be off!!!!
4) Connect your psp via USB cable
5) Copy your game saves / data back to your psp remember >> PSP\SAVEDATA .
6) Do a hard reboot of your psp ie hold the power switch for 3 seconds and it will reboot.
7) Your UMD games should now work with no probs.
This is not my solution, just a solution found on a messge board from others having the same problem
Okay what you want to do is make sure that the memorystick you have is actually a real one and not a fake. Meaning if you bought it at ebay or someplace else for what seemed like an outrageously low price then it might be a fake. Now if you paid for it at a wal-mart kmart or someplace like that there could have been a problem while you were saving the game the last time you played. What causes the memory stick pro duo to mess up data is basically the same thing as a computer if there was an abrupt turn off or if you turned it off while you were saving any game save. There might have been a chance that sometimes when you take off the memory stick while you have the psp on you might loose some data, though it never happened to me it happened to my best friends and all of his save data though his dowloaded games were not corrupted. Hope this helps.