I have over 3 maybe 4 yrs. worth of saved games on my memory card and whenever I put it in either slot 1 or slot 2 the screen still reads "no data". I haven't tried another memory card as to the fact that I only have one. I'm hoping that I don't have to buy another card because this one has really important data that took months at a time to come by. Please help.
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1. Navigate to [Memory Card Utility (PS/PS2)] under [Game] on the XMB. 2. Press “X” to bring up the “New Internal Memory Card” option. 3. Tell the PLAYSTATION 3 which format you want it to create. PS2 or PS1. 4. Highlight “OK” and press “X” to finish creating the memory card.
Note that you can make new saves on this card while playing PS2 or PS1 games on the PS3, but it does not allow you to transfer saves from a physical memory card to the PS3's HDD. You need the memory card adapter to do that.
To use a wii powersave, you need to follow these easy steps.
1 Go on to the Wii oprion menue.
2 Go into the data management section.
3 Click save data
4 Click on Wii.
5 Click on SD card.
6 Search for your game title.
7 Click on it.
8 Copy the game data to your Wii.
I don't have that problem with mine, I have two memory cards 1 for a PS 1 & 1 for a PS2 and it depends on what game I want to play as to which memory card I put in the 1st slot! maybe your system is different but I don't have any trouble saving anything from PS 1 onto a PS 1 memory card.
I don't know if this helped any, but I sure do hope that you get your problem fixed!!
First of all, make sure the card is in slot one. I'm not sure about Guitar Hero 3, but I know many games default to searching the first slot (the one on your left as you look at the system).
Assuming that's not the problem, it could be a sign that your memory card is wearing out. Do you have a second memory card? If not, I suggest getting one. Either way, put one card in each slot, and go into the browser. Copy the Guitar Hero saves over to the other card, then put that card in slot 1 and see if it works. If it does, I suggest copying all your saved games over to the new card, and throwing the old one out before you lose any save games permanently.
If you go to "Game" on the settings menu when the PS3 starts up, simply create a new internal memory card, after doing so, assaign the memory card to a slot by pressing triangle. Then you should be able to save PSone games