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Memory stick problems

Discussion in 'Sony PSP - Mod and firmware discussion' started by mrk44, Apr 18, 2007.

  1. mrk44

    mrk44 Guest

    I have a 2 GB Memory Stick and whenever i use more than a 1 gig, everything is corrupt on the psp. Anyone know why this happens??
     
  2. The_Arc

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    *rubs temples in psychic trance*

    You bought your card from ebay correct?
     
  3. fultonla

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    probably a fake card which can cause numerous problems not much you can do except get a new card :(
     
  4. The_Arc

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  5. fultonla

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    haha ya good one
     
  6. mrk44

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    Anybody know where i can get a good cheap one from an ebay seller or another store? Are the sony ones the only fake ones or are sandisks fake too?
     
  7. fultonla

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    the only way you can be really sure not to get a fake one is to buy from a store like bestbuy or somethin
     
  8. yohex

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    Trusted Sites, or ya bestbuy, I'd say futureshop when they have funny sales like christmas or spring clearance, the cards go for quite low around 40 - 45 canadian for 2gb and 20 - 25 for 1gb
     
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    try formating via cmd on your pc worked for me
     
  10. mrk44

    mrk44 Guest

    wat is cmd?
     
  11. Gamester1

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    Use this if you have a fake or slow pro duo like I do. Start-> Run-> Type "cmd"-> Enter-> Type "cd \"-> Type format "DriveLetter": /fs:FAT
     

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