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Feb 28 2013
By: Chupensaurius First Son 3 posts
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Stolen memory card

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Someone stole my memory card. I wouldn't care so much if my PSN account and some of the games I downloaded were in it. Is there some way to make the account and the games on it unusable for the thief? Again, the only thing that was stolen was my memory card, not the vita. Any help would be appreciated.
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Monster Hunter
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Feb 28, 2013

Not sure if your psn account info is stored on the card, but anyways just go into your account and change your password all your credit card info is on sony's servers. If you change your password they wont be able to get into the account. You should change your password a few times a month anyways just to be safe.

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Feb 28, 2013
Yep change your password, other then that all they get is some game saves.
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Feb 28, 2013

I think I would start with changing my password. I don't know for sure, but it may make it so he/she has to resign in under the profile to access your stuff. At the very least I would think it would make it so he/she couldn't access the PSN Store without having to resign in.

 

Link. Hope this helps. There's also a support number: 1-800-345-SONY (7669)

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First Son
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Feb 28, 2013
Thank you for your suggestions. I'll go change my password right now.
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Feb 28, 2013
It won't matter. No account info is in the card.

Your account and password and such are saved on the Vita. Your card just has your games and saves, which, if the other person doesn't know your account, they can't use.

Cards are tied to one account so if the other person tried to use it, it would need to be formatted.

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Feb 28, 2013
Really? Awesome. Thanks.
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