Memory Card Problems

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  1. bladepwnedyou
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    So i was loading a game last night when the whole thing froze up on me, when i got to load the M3I zero card back up it says language files not detectable, I go to check out The sd card today and it says its filled up completely and yet nothing shows up.

    Is there any way to get the files back and working? Or am I going to have to reformat the whole sd card and lose all my things on it?
     
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    Bump

    Anybody experience this problem? Or no.
     
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    There is no need to bump on a thread in the wrong section.

    Your card is corrupt, just run it through the Panasonic SD Card Formatter and start from scratch.

    Off topic: Holy shit another person from New England! And just a state right above mine, amazing.
     
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    Oh excuse me, Figured it'd be the right section reguarding ds card / Accesories ect.
    But nontheless not a reason for people not to be helpful.
    But thanks for the reply anyway.
     
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    Some things you need to give time to for people to reply.
    And it's more of an M3i Zero problem which belongs here...*bing*
    Which leads me to a question, what firmware are you using?
     
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    Was the latest firmware, the problem I think happened is it tried to create a save file on a memory card that was filled up and in that process ended up hiding everything on it for whatever reason, because i know its still on it they just don't come up which is why i thought there would be like an extractor tool that could somehow detect the files and take them off, in which i could then format and save my save files in the process.
     
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    You could try running your card through a Linux CD, often times Linux would be able to pick up those files. Then you can copy them to your Windows files.