Memory stick Problem

Sony / 2gb memory stick
April 18, 2009 at 11:40:58
Specs: Windows XP
Hi , i have a 2 gb memory stick for my sony ciybershot , it was working good till i used it on a fat psp , when i tried to copy a 1.5 gb game on it ( on about 80 - 90 % ) it suddenly stoped and an error came on the screen , since then i cannot use more than 1.34 gb of my memory stick ! what should i do ?

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April 18, 2009 at 11:54:12
XP has a built in tool called DISKPART.

Use it on your USB stick to reformat it.

!!!!Note it will completely wipe all information from the disk!!!!

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April 18, 2009 at 12:09:10
I had the same problem with an SD card a couple of years ago. I was copying an 800MB WAV file to a 2GB SD card that already had around a gig of stuff on it. When the card hit 80% of its capacity, the copying stopped, and all of the data on the card was destroyed. I had to reformat that cheap piece of crap in my camera, since Explorer would freeze if I tried to access it. After a few months of additional usage, I could only use 1.2GB before the data corruption would occur.

You should buy a new card for your camera before it gets any worse. The flash chips in those memory cards don't last forever.

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