02-17-2001, 03:58 PM
First of all I would like to say that I am a big fan of Sega. I've had every single Sega system since the Genesis (SegaCD, 32X, Saturn, Game Gear). Hell, the day after my DC got stolen I bought a new DC. Now my problem is after having put in over 90 hours of game time on PSO my ISP information gets wiped from memory. Now, it may not seem like that big a deal right? The thing is when you try to re-input your ISP info you are prompted for your serial # and access code. Unfortunately, you get an error ,message when logging on to SegaNet that says that that serial # is already in use! Again you would think you could just ask Sega to just reset my serial number. The problem is the VMU info is time stamped to that serial # which means that if you try to play that character that you've played for over 90 hours with the new serial number you can't load that character. In essence you have just wasted 90 hours of your life! Now I love the game so much that I'm going to go ahead and start over from scratch, but don't you think that Sega could at least do something about this problem in case it happens to someone else? I mean most of you guys are probably loyal Sega fans from the beginning, and they could at least do something for us about this problem for being there to suport Sega all these years.
Let me know what you guys think. How would you feel if your ISP info was lost and now you can't play that LV 100 character that you've worked so hard developing?