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corrupted files

Discussion in 'Sony Handhelds' started by Hardball, Jul 9, 2007.

  1. Hardball

    Hardball Regular member

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    whats sup i have 3.03 oe-c and i have emulators and other programs off my memory stick but before i open a app or program there is a lot of corrupted data files on there and i cant delete them cause the program wont work.. how do i get rid of these can someone help plz.....
     
  2. malinki

    malinki Regular member

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    YAWN.....

    Enter recovery mode (hold r trigger at coldboot)
    Select "hide corrupt files" option and enable

    Job done
     
  3. dEEz_nUtz

    dEEz_nUtz Regular member

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    -If you have a bunch of corrupted data icons like that, you may need to format the memstick via your PC to a FAT16 filesystem. You have those because when you or whoever did your downgrade/upgrade the memory stick was not formatted in between and left all of those installer files on the memstick.
     
  4. malinki

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    No, you don't. Every single kxploited piece of homebrew has a corrupt icon for the 2nd folder, you just hide them via recovery mode - ignore this n000b (Project EE FTL)
     
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    dEEz_nUtz Regular member

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    I stand corrected....Although, I am far from noob status-I know what I need to know, and help out where I can...How about lending your self-proclaimed expertise to the forums where the people are asking how to load iso's on their PSP?? That seems to be a hot item.. At least make yourself useful here...
     
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