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Accessing Saved Games on Memory Card
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Where exactly do I need to go to see what games I have saved on the memory cards? When I venture to the memory cards directory, I see the memory card files themselves but no directory of any saved games. Viewing the cards in PCSX2 doesn't offer (unless I'm just not seeing it) a way to view data on the cards, just options to create, duplicate, rename, etc.

I did create a 32mb card because the 8mb filled up pretty quick but I'd still like to be able to delete and / or transfer saved games from the 8mb to the 32mb if possible.

Thanks.
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source - no disc
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(09-18-2015, 02:19 AM)Cryotech Wrote: Where exactly do I need to go to see what games I have saved on the memory cards? When I venture to the memory cards directory, I see the memory card files themselves but no directory of any saved games. Viewing the cards in PCSX2 doesn't offer (unless I'm just not seeing it) a way to view data on the cards, just options to create, duplicate, rename, etc.

I did create a 32mb card because the 8mb filled up pretty quick but I'd still like to be able to delete and / or transfer saved games from the 8mb to the 32mb if possible.

Thanks.

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Thanks for the help you two.

I went with Saiki's method because everything was handled internally using PCSX2 and didn't require downloading and installation of additional software which made it quicker. Even though I didn't use them, I do appreciate the links to the applications if in the future I decide to go that route JonyeGway.
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#5
Pcsx2 offers nowadays memory card folders. The memory card is saved as folder containing ps2 files. Like that you can handle saves using the windows explorer.
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#6
Thanks for the tip willkuer. I'll check that out as well. If I can simply copy files over to a different directly, that'd be a lot easier than booting up software and would be the way to go. Are there any known bugs / issues with using the memory card as a folder I'd need to know about? Such as compatibility issues, saves not being loaded etc.?
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#7
To my knowledge there are no issues so far or they have been solved already.
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#8
Indeed, we haven't found anything wrong with the memory card folder implementation yet
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