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In-game save on memory card got corrupted.
#11
Save state has no use putting up, since it's bound towards your pcsx2 though.
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#12
Up,can you repeat again what is the problem.
1.I downloaded the archive and place the save into my pcsx2 memory card.
2.Started the game,load the card(there was bunch of saves inside)and I loaded the save that was already selected(Slot 8,27:33 hours Chapter 7 Week 4)...I even saved to the same slot after loading it without problems and even tried loading every single one of them.

In the PS2 Browser the save looks fine too.
The save state is probably for pcsx2 1.2.0 which I don't have(I almost never use it so I didn't bother updating).
If the save state is for Chapter 7 Week 4,just start the game normally and load your memory card save(the save don't look corrupted here)and start using saves states like you always do but don't load the save state you uploaded with the save.
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#13
The problem is, I keep on playing on that savestate for quite a while before realizing there's a problem.

So the savestate is actually on Chapter 9 week 1.
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#14
Okay here is an idea I've had to fix your problem. But I can't do since I don't have the proper revision of PCSX2 to load your savestate. You need to do this:

Get the mymc tool http://www.csclub.uwaterloo.ca:11068/mymc/index.html
Prepare a new blank card and insert in in PCSX2. Format it from within the BIOS.
Close PCSX2, restart it and boot your game in PCSX2.
Load your savestate.
Without closing PCSX2, run mymc, and open the card that will now have the corrupted data.
Delete the corrupted data.
Close mymc.
Try to save normally.
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#15
I just tried the above method, when I open the card with mymc, there's no data on the card.

The corrupted data isn't there, so does that mean I actually successfully delete the corrupted save?

But then again, I still can't save, it still says there's no card in the slot.
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#16
Can you package up your PCSX2 directory(NOT THE BIOS!!! Move it out and away first. Just PCSX2 and the plugins) and attach it here or upload it somewhere like dropbox so I can use your revision to check it out and try to get a save on a card?
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#17
I just started using the latest stable, 1.2.1,

and it can read my savestate from old version just fine.
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#18
I'll look into it.
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#19
It's doing the same for me, but the log is giving:

sceSESq_SelectSeq Error
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#20
Well, IDK but maybe that error will shed light on it.
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