???dude if its possible a virus??? i boubt it would be the game if i was you id look at the motherboard for falty conectins if its just that game snap it in 2 crush it then cremate its *** and spread its ashes over toast ecause thats bad
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Insert the PS2 memory card into the first memory card slot on your Playstation 2. Make sure that the card is all the way in the slot the card may not register when you turn on your Playstation 2.
Turn on the Playstation with no game or DVD inside of it. Wait for the main menu to pop up on your television screen.
Using your PS2 controller, highlight the memory card option and press the X button. This will open up the memory card menu, which will allow you to delete data or transfer data from one memory card to another.
Wait for the Playstation 2 to send you a prompt asking you to format your new memory card.
Click "Yes" when the formatting prompt appears on the screen. This will automatically format and set up your new memory card for use with your
On PS2 models be sure to use PS1 memory cards if you are running a PS1 game - PS2 memory cards are not compatible with PS1 games running on the PS2. However, it is possible to copy saved files from PS1 cards to a PS2 card in order to save space. (Abe's Oddysee is a PS1 game).
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.
It means your card is useless, that and your saved games. Most likely you shut it off during a save game state and it messed it up. However there are some games where you cant save at a certain point or the save data will get corrupt.
Opt 1: have a backup card. Without inserting the game, load the ps2, then make a duplicate save on your 2nd card.
Opt 2: format the card without loading a game in the ps2.
I think you can pretty much kiss that data goodbye no solutions but to start on another new game and work your way back up and see if that its an error with your memory card. You could try and change memory card slots or even take your system apart and clean it thoroughly or same with the memory card but i wouldnt recommend it because it could very well mess your memory card up....
loading a different disc to see if the problem continues.
Try inserting the controller into either controller ports (1 and 2) to see if the problem continues.
Try a different controller and/or memory card to see if the problem continues.
certain games, there are on-screen "controller options" where you can
designate which character (or team) you want your controller to
control. Make sure that these options have been verified within the
Make sure there are no obstructions in the controller or memory card ports (i.e., lint, debris, etc.).
Make sure the controller cables are in good condition, free of cuts, frays, or other visible damage.
Make sure the controller and the memory card is plugged into their respective ports completely.
sure the analog button in the middle of the controller is pressed.
Toggle this button On/Off to see if either mode helps the controller
function properly. This can also help troubleshoot the vibration
function with the DUALSHOCK®2 analog controller.
Make sure all of the controllers and memory cards (or any other peripheral) you own are licensed for use with PlayStation® products. (Licensed products have the official "PS" logo on the product.)
Sony Computer Entertainment America, Inc. (SCEA) manufactures the following first party peripherals. There may be other third party peripherals that are licensed; please check with the third party manufacturer directly.
- DUALSHOCK®2 analog controller: Model SCPH-10010 - DUALSHOCK® analog controller: Model: SCPH-110 - Memory Card (8MB) (for PlayStation®2): Model: SCPH-10020 or SCPH-10410 - Memory Card: Model: SCPH-1020 - Multitap (for PlayStation®2): Model: SCPH-70120 (for 70000 Series only) - Multitap (for PlayStation®2): Model: SCPH-10090 (for 30000 - 50000 Series only) - Multitap: Model: SCPH-1070 (for PS oneTM or 30000 - 50000 series PlayStation 2 only) - DVD remote control (for PlayStation®2)
Your question is somewhat confusing, using a playstation 2 memory card, will have PS2 game saves on it, how would you play PS2 games on a PS1 from the save, you can't.
If you just mean you are using a PS2 card for a PS1, the way a PS2 card saves data is different to a PS1 card, so it probably won't work
You can use your PS1 memory cards in the PS2. You can only use the PS1 memory cards to save PS1 games that you are playing in your PS2. You can't save any PS2 game data to a PS1 memory card