Questions need to have an actual backround of having a practical problem and wanting a solution for it in form of an answer to a question.
When you ask questions about issues you cannot reproduce, you cannot meaningfully check the answers for truth. You cannot meaningfully ascertain whether or not the answers actually do answer the question correctly. You cannot really elect an answer as the accepted answer - something only you the asker can do
Since the site is based on a write once, read many basis, it is important that who does write once actually has a clue on what actually they are writing about, to be blunt. Just like we frown on people answering based on third hand reports and hearsay for games they never actually have played, we should require the same of the askers. What game did you get that message with? What were you doing? Is that savefile legit? Is your PSN account limited somehow? You can't know. All you know is someone somewhere sometime maybe got this cryptic 'nothing just happened' message.
Please allow this somebody to ask the question on his own behalf, based on his own situation and maybe reap the reputation connected with it.
The question was also deleted because it would honestly be confusing to see this question closed and another question with pretty much the same body open, upvoted and answered because the asker actually has faced this problem and can provide additional detail.
Anyone on the internet may ask questions here. It's then reasonable to require questions be asked by people who actually do have them.