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Hey
So my vita (H-encore and enso) has been randomly deleting saves, roms, and sometimes games just stop working. I am using SD2Vita with 64 GB and a 4GB memory card. Thanks in advance
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Hmm is it a new micro sd card? Did you run a test on your micro sd card? I usually use the h2testw programme. I know that lots of fake micro sd cards cause these types of issues.
 

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Hmm is it a new micro sd card? Did you run a test on your micro sd card? I usually use the h2testw programme. I know that lots of fake micro sd cards cause these types of issues.
This one has been tested and is real. I don't think the SD card is the problem
 

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Ah alright, well unfortunately I have no idea.. wish I could help more..

I'm assuming you've been successfully using SD2Vita for a while before these issues started happening?

Could it perhaps be an issue with the sd2vita adapter, do you have another one at hand to test?

Have you changed/added/installed any plugins or configurations or applications before this started happening?

I still have a strong feeling that something is wrong with your Micro sd card... you could try backing up whatever data is available and reformat the micro sd card, see if the issues persist.
 
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Ah alright, well unfortunately I have no idea.. wish I could help more..

I'm assuming you've been successfully using SD2Vita for a while before these issues started happening?

Could it perhaps be an issue with the sd2vita adapter, do you have another one at hand to test?

Have you changed/added/installed any plugins or configurations or applications before this started happening?

I still have a strong feeling that something is wrong with your Micro sd card... you could try backing up whatever data is available and reformat the micro sd card, see if the issues persist.
Thank you for trying
I noticed it with my first sd2vita so i grabbed another one I had and the same thing happened (except games now load faster). I first thought it was a plugin problem so I looked and decided to completely format the vita and SD.... sadly it was a waste of my time....
 

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That sucks... No worries, hopefully someone else will comment with a solution! From what I'm reading, its possible that your micro sd card may have corrupted beyond repair.. let's hope that's not the case.. If you do have another micro sd card at hand I suppose it may be worth testing (just to try and isolate the issue)
 
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