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has sony corrupted my memory stick?

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grief3r
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has sony corrupted my memory stick?

Post by grief3r » Sun Feb 23, 2014 12:30 am

i turn my vita off after watching a few yt videos when all of a sudden my exploit game didn't show up, next thing i know none of my savegame data was visible on data manager and the system could not read the memory card at all, couldn't even calculate the space of it, im pretty sure it happened after connecting to wifi for the first time in a long time
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Clarkal
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Re: has sony corrupted my memory stick?

Post by Clarkal » Sun Feb 23, 2014 1:03 am

Try this.
Turn off PS Vita
Remove memory stick
turn the Vita back on without the memory stick inside
then turn it off again and reinsert the memory back in.
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grief3r
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Re: has sony corrupted my memory stick?

Post by grief3r » Sun Feb 23, 2014 9:37 am

i did, i had no choice but to reformat
anyway i got the exploit game backed up so i got most of my data
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eighthdayregret
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Re: has sony corrupted my memory stick?

Post by eighthdayregret » Sun Feb 23, 2014 7:03 pm

To answer your question, no, Sony did not corrupt your memory stick.
Most likely, the Vita got shut off during some kind of data-reading/writing and went nuts. It happens.
Sony's got better things to do than to mess with you when you're watching YouTube.
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