After playing the game many times, my sons PS2 game said this on the screen "The Lego Star Wars II Data on the memory card (PS2) in MEMORY CARD slot 1 is currupted. Without delting the corrupt data, you will be unable to Save your progress every time i put my ps2 memory card in to play kingdom hearts 1 game i hit load and it said Data Corrupted and i got to Alldin's House on the game how do i fix this so i can play without deleting my game data
You cannot save another file until you delete previous one.Corruption occurs if the memory card is removed from console or if you reset the game while saving or loading game remember this also happens when you are saving or loading game and electricity turns off.
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contact nintentdo and the game provider and if you have a warranty on the DS great! they will give you a new one and or repair it and the game provider will replace the game if your son tells then what level he was they can pre-program it for you and he wont loose his data Good luck
Sounds like you might have knocked the card by accident and caused it to loose the data. The most common issue with the memory card is that the chip board inside comes loose and it moves so open the card up put the chip back in position and tighten it back up or if thats not the case get some rubbing alcohol and clean the gold strips.
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I don't know if you have been trying to delete the data with a game inside the ps2, but in case you have, try this.
Turn on the system WITHOUT a game inside, select BROWSER,
the MEMORY CARD ICON, and i believe the corrupted data icon is a
grayish black square. Choose options and then delete. I am also heard that inserting a music cd will work as well, probably just has to not be a game inside the ps2.
Corrupted data comes from turning off the ps2, or
removing the memory card while the game loads or saves data to/from
memory card. I really hope that helps, ps2's are meant to be played! Good luck.
I think you can pretty much kiss that data goodbye no solutions but to start on another new game and work your way back up and see if that its an error with your memory card. You could try and change memory card slots or even take your system apart and clean it thoroughly or same with the memory card but i wouldnt recommend it because it could very well mess your memory card up....