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I have a question regarding my PS Vita Slim.

Assuming i have an extract 8GB Memory card, can i use my two existing PSN IDs? One will be on my Internal 1GB and one with the 8GB?

I have read that PSN IDs in Vita are attached to Memory card and the internal 1GB memory card will be de-activated once you insert an external one. So with that, i came up with an idea about this one.. can you confirm this one.

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Sadly due to piracy issues sony has disabled that feature. You can either use one or the other but not both. They had the 1gb internal so customers could play it out of the box without getting a memory card. Or for the casual player. Hope this helps.  

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I can answer any gaming questions you have from the NES to the PS3. I know about all the original games through the current games that are on the market today. I own/played most games that are worth playing at some point in my life. Whether its a question about how to beat a boss or a level, or just where to find some items in a game, or just want to know my opinion, I am very helpful. I excel in a few series including: Mario, Zelda, Final Fantasy, and Metal Gear Solid. I have played every installment of those particular series.

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I have been playing video games since I was around 6 years old and I am currently 21. My two older brothers brought me up in the world of gaming and I never left. I was fortunate enough to be gifted with all of their old games so I have a knowledge of the old systems as well as the new. I am an Active Duty Soldier in the US Army so if my timely response is a little low I might not have service.

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