Game wont save any help?

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  1. Billski30
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    Really new to the Vita scene and have ran into a bump I've installed molecular shell and vita shell as well as miadumptool and have downloaded a backup of dragon quest builders and have everything running however when I go to save the game it says no memory card located and it wont save the game. Anyone know the reason for this or can give me some insight on how to fix this issue?
     
  2. mikey420

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    Restart the game. It's a common bug. It should work after a reboot.
     
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    Very common issue for me. It only happens if I leave my Vita in standby while playing. When I come back the game refuses to save. It happens with many dumps I've tried (all of personal copies of the games)

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    The only solution I've found is to simply reboot and start back from the last point I could save.

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  4. Billski30
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    Ah that's a big bummer. Has anyone found a solution to this issue we are having? Or is it just a issue we all have to deal with using backups?
     
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    Bump one time to find out if there really is no solution to this better then oops you wasted all your time for this play start back over from last save.
     
  6. Zukov

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    Known issue of the Vita scene. If you use the sleep mode in a dumped game, for a long time, it won't have access to the save partition in your next playthrough. If I remember correctly, Yifan and even TheFlow have attended this issue and their conclusion was that it has nothing to do with the exploit itself. Soooo... just remember that you need to close the software if you are gonna go to spleep.

    All this is from memory, and with none knowledge of programmation, so forgive me if I say something not accurated. (And for my written english.)