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psv corrupted?

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4 years ago#1
I've been attempting to transfer the save data i found on here but it tells me that the data is corrupted. My usb folders are set up like this PS3/EXPORT/PS2SD/PSV/BASLUS-216215361766533. is this correct? or is the data actually corrupt?
4 years ago#2
As far as I know, the correct destination path for this game is:

4 years ago#3
i tried doing that but the files in my backup are not psv files which leads me to believe that the psv formaf won't work for this game. i think i need the actual 4-5 files that are in there when you make a backup. two of them are vme files and another is an sfo file. any more info would be great.
4 years ago#4
The save data on gamefaqs isn't compatible with the PSN version. They are only compatible with the disc version, unfortunately. For whatever reason, Sony brilliantly decided to make PSN saves a VME file instead.
PSN/Steam: a_ak57
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4 years ago#6
then why would there even be a section dedicated to the psn version of the game for save data if it doesn't work?
4 years ago#7
It's not dedicated to the PSN version. Those are saves for the backwards compatible PS3s and their virtual memory cards. Gamefaqs really needs a separate section for PSN saves, assuming they aren't account-locked.
PSN/Steam: a_ak57
4 years ago#8
Super Slash posted...
As far as I know, the correct destination path for this game is:


Yep that's the directory I see on my USB backup. But as aak57 said, the two files are SCEVMC0.VME and SCEVMC1.VME, both 8mb each. Representing the two memory cards I guess?
4 years ago#9
I'm guessing it's either that or it represents seperate files, assuming you're talking about the save I've been sending out to everyone.
4 years ago#10
No, those are just the two files in my directory. And I have saves in 7 or 8 slots. So that's why I assume it represents a memory card. Also one of the messages when saving or loading is something like "checking memory card in slot 1". Although I've not seen an in-game reference to slot 2, there are definitely two files. Not sure exactly how that works.

I assume everyone playing on PSN has 16 available save slots? Was that the same number allowed on the PS2 version with 1 memory card?

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