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I have now completed the PS3 system transfer. I deleted some games and demos, because I was worried it would take a whole day if I transferred all 80 GB. So I only transferred around 40 GB, and was amazed it only took one and a half hour.
Everything seems to have been transferred or copied. The purchased downloaded games all works after I activated the new console in 'System Activation', the friends are there, all the messages, themes, and most of the console settings.
But, one big problem. Of the 40 GB I deleted before transferring, was two free games I chose after last year's PSN outage, Infamous and Little Big Planet. I redownloaded them, and tried to install them, only to see the message:
"You can use this content on a PSP system.
Do you want to copy it to a PSP system?"
This is unsettling. What do I do now?
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Agreed in many cases there is a problem with the way the file downloaded for what ever reason and redownloading often corrects this.
I would also advise redownloading from your download list to ensure you are downloading the exact same product.
I've got exactly the same problem after a data transfer but Wipeout HD and Infamous aren't showing up in my download list at all (Whereas LBP is), I've also lost three DLC's from Fallout 3 as well (Which I actually paid for !).
Any help would be appreciated
Doesn't work for me, i tried downloading them from account management but i get an error code, the full game unlock file works but for both fury and hd i get an error code. Can't download help :(
an Update from me, i had this issue, but if was after id swapped my hdisk to a 1TB. what i quickly found out was that if you do any large background downloads they sometimes get corrupt.
if you dload in realtime dont back ground it, it worked 100% for me, this was even with the 14gb files such as little big planet racing etc
hope it helps somebody
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