zsombi2000

Why ps3 games cant detect my save files?

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Hey All!

 

So i managed to get a new ps3, an 500 gb superslim version, and i decided to use that as my primary ps3, because my older model has significantly less storage space. I deactivated the old one and log in on this new modell with my psn account and first i was happy because all of my previous save files appeared in  the new consoles cloud, everything what was on the other ps3 back then. But when i install any of the more than 25 games i have on disk and play it before on the other machine, every game notes when is started them that ''the game cant found any save files" and just offer to start a new game or something like that. How can i solve this problem?

 

Thx

 

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(An example about the problem.)

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Did you change your userID recently?

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Did you actually download the saves from the cloud? If not it wont see them.

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1 hour ago, enaysoft said:

Did you change your userID recently?

No, i never changed the ID.

17 minutes ago, Blurrkup said:

Did you actually download the saves from the cloud? If not it wont see them.

I think im done that,  but, now i will check it again, its strange because the internet connection (Via wifi) is working fine.

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Did you activate the console?  It's not usually needed, but can't help to try.

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Maybe it's a HDD or firmware problem. 

You could try making sure that the system software is up-to-date.

I've never really had any trouble with my PS3 other than some games taking forever to load so it's difficult to say.

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