My New Super Mario Bros. Wii game file was corrupted!I lost everything and I worked so hard on that game Does anyone know why or has this ever happened to you?
Mario4Ever said:Assuming you don't use a cheating device, corruption generally occurs when you eject a game or shut a console off when it's in the middle of saving data. There could also be some sort of damage to the game itself (scratches, excess smudging). Anything else I'd attribute to a technical glitch.
In all seriousness my memory card was corrupted and I pretty much lost everything.The dÎsc is tø badly daaged. You can no lcger play Homeµ&uck.
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I lost my save for Mario and Sonic as well. I haven't played it in a while, so I don't know whether it has come back...SKmarioman said:None of my save data has actually corrupted, but I did temporarily lost my save data for Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games. I got my save data back in a month (somehow).
That's pretty much why I stick with products that have the official Nintendo Seal. Even my Wii's SD card has the seal.YamiHoshi.nl said:This didn't happen to me with the Wii, but it did happen to the Gamecube.
It started when I've found out my Memory Card got full (the one I've got with the Gamecube), so I've been looking at the internet for another card, and I've found a 3rd Party Memory Card with lots of more space on it, and brought it.
3 weeks after moving all of my Gamecube data, the new Memory Card forced me to format the card, in order to continue playing any game.
Then I was mad!
I thought, no more *bleep*ing 3rd Party junkware!
Let me rephrase what I said then...YamiHoshi.nl said:And your TV has the official Nintendo Seal too?
Does that also apply to your bed?