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My PS2 won't save or load games off my Max memory 16 mb memory card. I tried copying it but it still didn't load on a max memory 64 mb memory card. Is it the PS2 consul or the memory card?

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Be very carefull with accessories for Playstations as ones that are not Sony brand can cause damage/malfunctions with your system. The only ones that should be used that are not Sony brand are ones that Sony has certified for use with their equipment.

Posted on May 30, 2009

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I bought a new ps2 and a datel 32mb card and the game i put in says there is no memory card,


Try these steps. If this doesn't work you may want to take the card to Game Stop or something and have them test it to see if it's working. Hope this helps!

  1. Insert the Memory Card into the PlayStation 2 console. The port is located directly above the controller port. Note that there are two different memory card ports; there is no difference between the two. Some games, however, will attempt to auto-load from slot one so it is recommended that you keep your memory card inserted in slot one.
  2. Plug your controller into the PlayStation 2. Power up the system without a PS2 disc inserted. You will be taken to the system menu screen. Select the "Memory Card" menu to examine any data on the card. If the memory card is new there should be no data on the card, if it is used you may see old saves from the previous owner on the card. If you no longer desire to keep these saves, you may highlight them and press the "Triangle" button to delete them.
  3. Insert your PlayStation 2 game disc into the system. When the disc appears on the system menu, select it. Load the game, and play until you are prompted to either create a user profile, or to save your game. Once you have saved any data to the memory card, reset the system.
  4. Select the "Memory Card" menu and examine your memory card. You should see a new icon representing your game's save data. If this data appears on the card, you have correctly set-up your PS2 Memory Card.

    If the data does not appear on the card, you will need to format the card. If the system detects corrupt data on the card it will automatically open a prompt asking if you would like to format the memory card. Select "Yes" and the PlayStation 2 will format the card.



Dec 31, 2010 | Datel Max Memory 32MB Memory Card

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I'm using a Sandisk 1gig Memory Stick, but suddenly it has far less than 1gig to give. I mainly use this stick for my Sony Playstation Portable (PSP) for save files or such. Right now it has one 341.6mb...


because it requires that much space to write files to boot the games

if i were you, i'd save the games on your hard disk and format the 1G memory stock -- buy a larger capacity , such as 4G or 8G

please leave me positive feedback

Oct 16, 2010 | SanDisk 1GB Memory Stick M2 Memory Card

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I have 2 Sony PS2 memory cards but neither will save data at breaks in games. Am I doing something wrong ? I am new to gaming and have followed instructions without success. Help!!!


It could be that they were damaged in someway or the memory slot in the PS2 is broken. I've been able to fix mine by blowing into both openings, the slot and the card, but if that doesn't work, check the game it self to see. Usually the game will say something like "Saving Data-Please Do Not Turn Off System Or Remove Memory Card". If it isn't saying that, it probably hasn't saved at all.

Jan 17, 2010 | Sony PlayStation 2 8MB Memory Card - Black

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Memory card will not save


try to place the 64mb memory on the first slot...
some games only access first slot,...

Aug 08, 2009 | Datel Max Memory 64MB Memory Card

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I have a 32 mb memory stick and it wont save my games no matter how many times i save,


maybe u have used the max space of ur memstick.. or if its new and it really wont save any games, try if u can reformat it .. that is if u havent used it..

Aug 03, 2009 | Sony Memory Stick PRO Duo (2GB) for PSP

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When try to save it says create save file failed


You should try with another Memory card. Perhaps the one you're trying to use it Full, or has a bad chip in it. If it is doing it with other games as well, then Perhaps your PS2 has an issue. Try using the Other memory card slot. If none of these solutions works, try taking it to a friends and using their PS2. If this makes it work, then your PS2 has an issue. Contact Sony for repair and replacement options.

Jun 26, 2009 | Sony PlayStation 2 8MB Memory Card - Black

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INSERTED NEW DATEL 64MB MEMORY CARD INTO A PS2


Be very carefull with accessories for Playstations as ones that are not Sony brand can cause damage/malfunctions with your system. The only ones that should be used that are not Sony brand are ones that Sony has certified for use with their equipment.

May 30, 2009 | Datel Max Memory 64MB Memory Card

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Won't store max amount of memory


I tried copying music to my PNY 2GB, too, and it stopped accepting after about 720 MB. I deleted all the music I had on it, created half a dozen new folders, renamed them, then put as much music as I wanted on the SD. I haven't tested it on my phone yet but at least it let me copy all the music I wanted.

Apr 14, 2009 | PNY 2GB microSD Memory Card

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