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a memory card is a memory card at the end of the day and mad catz is virtually just as good as the offical sony stuff. it is the memory card being faulty as it is not actually saving or showing up. try buying a new memory card
If it's the latter, make sure that the disc you are entering is in fact
a PS2 format disc and that it's seated correctly. If that doesn't work,
try using a different disc, and take that disc to a different PS2 to
make sure that it's not defective. If the discs are fine, but the PS2
still does it, it could be a permutation of the famous DRE syndrome.the most sure-fire way is to order a new laser and install it yourself.
(That is unless you are under warranty. If you are under warranty, get
it to Sony right away.)
When you reformat a memory stick it creates a trash folder which stores all the data incase you need to use it again. Put your memory stick in your psp then connect your psp via usb to a computer, in the computer view of the momory stick make sure you have the 'view hidden folders' option checked, then delete all folders & files on the stick. Remove the psp from the computer & reformat it again you should find 8gb available again