Question about Sony PlayStation 2 Slimline Console
While I was in the Middle of Playing the Hobbit for the PlaySation(not the slim PS2), I reached a save point and recieved the message:
"Memory Card(8Mb)(For PlayStation2) in MEMORY CARD slot 1 error! Data may be corrupt."
I had just saved the game not thirty seconds earlier, and I've been playing it without any issue over the past two days. The PlayStation is clean, the disc is clean, and there does not appear to be anything visibly wrong with the memory card. Why would it work fine one minute, and fail the next?
As of right now there is no true fix to the problem. deleting the file does nothing to stop the future failing of future saving. the file is indeed not corrupted, however, there is something corrupt with the game and it doesn't matter if you buy a new one because it will happen again. it is the game! it is not the memory card, the save file, or your PS2. i recently purchased a new hobbit game to see if it would solve the saving issue, it did not. as soon as i got to a certain point during the Barrels Out of Bond chapter, it sent an error message first stating there was not enough room on the card, then later on it stated that the data was corrupt. there was enough memory and the file was not truly corrupt. as far as we know, there is no solution to this problem. many people have had this issue though and it would be nice if the game's developers would address the issue.
Posted on Oct 24, 2011
Yeah i think the file is corrupt...you have to delete it off your memory card
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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If this problem happens with the memory card when its in either slot 1 or slot 2
I suggest you clean the contacts of the memory card.
If it just happens when you have in Slot 1 or Slot 2 only,
Go to Radio Shack and get a Can of contact cleaner that has a Brush built into the Spray nozzle.
if you do not have success with that, you must open the PS2 case, and Remove the Controler ports and clean up the whole controller port assembly.
If that doesn't work, and your frustrated and not Electronically skilled enough to do this. I can get the PS2 in tip top shape, for $32 and that includes return shipping. I run the website www.playstationclinic.com
This should put you in business.
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