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MEMORY CARD PROBLEM

I can't save a game on my memory card 8mb. I only delete one file and all of the files currently save disappeared. The problem is available memory is only 1631 kbs. Still I can't save any games I played. Wghat seems to be the problem. Is there any solution regarding m problem. Help please

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Many games require large space of memory on your MC.. so, i suggest you get another one..

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When someone turns on a PS2 and when they try to load the memory card when it says Corrupted file what does that mean?


This means that the file they are trying to load from became damaged somehow. It likely became damaged by ejecting the game or turning off the PS2 while the game was saving to the file. There is no way to fix a corrupted file, and you will just have to delete it.

If it is happening to every file on the memory card, the memory card may be broken. There is again no way to fix this, but to try and delete every file on the memory card.

Apr 16, 2011 | Sony PlayStation 2 (PS2) Console

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On pokemon XD it keeps saying that the save file currupts I have alot of room on it but it still crrupts so what do I do to fix this


  • Fully Corrupt:
    When the entire save area of the Memory Card becomes corrupt, the system will inform the player that the Memory Card is corrupt and offer to format it. The card must be formatted before gameplay begins or when the game attempts to access the Memory Card. The exact message may vary from software to software.
    Follow the steps for formatting a memory card.

    For specific issues with the Memory Card 1019, please click here.

  • Suggestion: It is always a good idea to copy your most important files to a second Memory Card as a back-up.

  • Data Area Only Corrupt:
    When only the data area of a Memory Card is corrupt (not the entire Memory Card) the game may not detect this until the Memory Card is accessed. Once it is accessed, the game will inform the player that the file being accessed is corrupt and must be erased. The game will only delete the one file being accessed and will not format the entire Memory Card (Other saved game files on the Memory Card may be OK).
    Follow the steps for deleting a file.

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  • Memory Card is Damaged:
    If the Memory Card has been physically damaged, or has been damaged beyond repair, you will get this message. The Memory Card will need to be replaced. The system may attempt to format the card, but if it cannot it will give the error Memory Card is Damaged. There is no way to recover the game data from the memory card.
    Please use our convenient repair options.

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    Suggestion: It is always a good idea to copy your most important files to a second Memory Card as a back-up.


This procedure is only used if a corrupted Memory Card is inserted into the Nintendo GameCube.
If required, this procedure will begin automatically when you select "Memory Card Screen" from the main menu. You cannot use this procedure to erase files from a useable Memory Card.
  1. After selecting "Memory Card Screen" from the Main Menu, if your Memory Card requires formatting, a window will appear to ask for confirmation for formatting.
  2. Use the Control Stick to select "YES" and press the A Button
  3. A window will appear to notify you that all data will be erased and ask again for confirmation for formatting.
  4. Use the Control Stick to select "YES" and press the A Button.
NOTE: When you format a Memory Card, all data will be permanently erased and unable to be recovered.

Jan 11, 2011 | Nintendo GameCube Console

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When I try to save replay,s on the gamecube game: tony hawks pro skater 3 I have a problem, First i play, then i save a replay,Then i go to main menu, options, load replay, i see a list of all my...


Memory Card Error Messages

Fully Corrupt:
When the entire save area of the Memory Card becomes corrupt, the system will inform the player that the Memory Card is corrupt and offer to format it. The card must be formatted before gameplay begins or when the game attempts to access the Memory Card. The exact message may vary from software to software.

Follow the steps for formatting a memory card.

For specific issues with the Memory Card 1019, please click here.

Suggestion: It is always a good idea to copy your most important files to a second Memory Card as a back-up.
Data Area Only Corrupt:
When only the data area of a Memory Card is corrupt (not the entire Memory Card) the game may not detect this until the Memory Card is accessed. Once it is accessed, the game will inform the player that the file being accessed is corrupt and must be erased. The game will only delete the one file being accessed and will not format the entire Memory Card (Other saved game files on the Memory Card may be OK).

Follow the steps for deleting a file.

For specific issues with the Memory Card 1019, please click here.

Memory Card is Damaged:
If the Memory Card has been physically damaged, or has been damaged beyond repair, you will get this message. The Memory Card will need to be replaced. The system may attempt to format the card, but if it cannot it will give the error Memory Card is Damaged. There is no way to recover the game data from the memory card.

For information on locating replacements for older products, please click here.

For specific issues with the Memory Card 1019, please click here.

Suggestion: It is always a good idea to copy your most important files to a second Memory Card as a back-up.
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Dec 12, 2010 | Nintendo GameCube Console

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Memory card reads saved data, but will not save games...


if the specific game save data is corrupted while saving(turn off the system while saving or electricity goes off) it can happen.

simply start the system without any disc in it, got to browser, u can see memory card , go inside it you can see the save files try to delete the files and the system config file also. if you cannot delete the it is done using 3rd party software which u can buy it in the websites

thank you

May 07, 2010 | Sony PlayStation 2 (PS2) Console

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Hi. my 8mb memory card cannot save my god of war game... why is it so? i can save all the games i have except for the god of war. what do you think is the problem?


check the memory card.. take the disc out of the system and turn the system on, the click on the memory card and see how many different game saves are on the card.. at this point you will be able to delete some of the old games off of the card and
then it will free up the space required to save "God's of War".

Nov 11, 2009 | Sony PlayStation 2 (PS2) Console

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PS2 Memory Card slot error! Data may be corrupt.?


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.

Jul 26, 2009 | Sony PlayStation 2 Slimline Console

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Memory card


I believe this error indicates the memory card is FULL, and you need to copy some save files (blocks) over to another memory card OR delete some files (blocks) of of that card.

You'll have to stuff another memory card in there at the same time (IIRC there are 2 memory card slots) that has some room on it.

Good luck,
Rob

Mar 04, 2009 | Sony PlayStation 2 (PS2) Console

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No data


Sounds like the memory card became corrupted, beware of buying massive memory data cards for ps2 as the bigger they are the more chance of problems, sounds like you will have to get new card.

May 07, 2008 | Sony PlayStation 2 (PS2) Console

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Problem with my PS2 memory card


sound like too many saved files ..open the card (no game in console) look at the saved files if its full delete something if there is a corrupt file.. here is a foot note copyright seca.sony.

1 If the controller or memory card you are using is neither made nor licensed by Sony Computer Entertainment America, Inc. (SCEA) for use on the PlayStation 2 console, we would recommend you do not use that product. It has not been tested to perform properly for use on the PlayStation 2 console and, accordingly, SCEA does not recommend its use. Products that fail to meet or exceed SCEA's strict quality standards can cause damage to your PlayStation 2 console immediately or with prolonged use. SCEA is not responsible for damages caused by untested, unlicensed products, and any otherwise applicablewarranties on SCEA products are void. It is the responsibility of the particular company that made the unlicensed peripheral to accommodate you, should its product cause damage to an SCEA product.

i only post that because the user guide has been misplaced by the user

Dec 30, 2007 | Sony PlayStation 2 (PS2) Console

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Still have a problem to browse my PS2 memory card


Hi Fouda,

Another thing to try, is to open up the memory card you have been working with. Clean it real good and put it back together and try it again.

Oct 30, 2007 | Sony PlayStation 2 Slimline Console

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