I've got the same problem. I thought it was the memory card, so I bought a new one. But I get the same result..."no memory card found". Same result in slot one or two. Did you get any good suggestions on if this could be fixed or not?
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I have read that some manufacture PS1 memory cards will not work properly on the PS2. I would suggest trying another PS2 to see if it's a problem with your specific PS2. If the memory card doesn't pop up on the browser screen of another PS2, it could be defective or incompatible. If it does work on another PS2, it could be something weird going on with your memory card slot on your PS2.
Make room free on your ps3's harddisk, this is where al data on your ps3 is stored. Some games install alot game data, resulting in a harddisk thats is full. Remove game data from games that you're not planning to play any more soon.
This is either a bad memory port on the PS2 or a fried memory card. I would suggest that you get a brand new memory card and try that. You can get new ones very cheap at Wal-Mart & Target usually has them on clearance.
If the problem persists with the new card then the port is bad. You then have two choices: send it in to Sony and pay approximately $150 for them to repair it out of warranty. (As long as the seal that covers the screws isn't broken.) The positive side of this is that it includes a year warranty.
The second option is to open the case of the PS2 and switch the plugs that go into the memory ports. This will allow you to insert a card into the second (right) port and the PS2 will think it is in port #1.
Have you already tried the other slot on your ps2?
If you have a different ps2 try to insert the mem card there, if the issue persist then it might be a corrupted memory card. You can either format it or use ActionReplayMaxEvo's tool for formatting if your ps2 is still unable to recognize or read it. I bought that not for cheats but for formatting my 8mem card and made it 32mb after formatting my memory card, for some reasons its like a upgrade firmware for the mem card.