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Memory card full (?)
#1
i played a lot of games and when i tried to save state it says memory full Sad

is it an error or something else?
if it's not an error,
is there any way for having a bigger memory?
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#2
"save state" or you mean save on a memory card? If you mean a card, just create another one (Config -> Memory cards) and insert it. You can create large ones there too, although a few games might not like that.
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#3
Stick to 32MB tops for bigger Memory Cards. Anything over that is generally incompatible with a few games. And 32MB should be more than enough to cover the Saves.
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(05-18-2015, 12:04 PM)Ryudo Wrote: And 32MB should be more than enough to cover the Saves.

Not if you are a save whore like me Biggrin

I just use many different 8 MB ones, a different set for each game I play. I usually wind up with 2-3 per game depending on how many slots that game gives you.
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#5
Pshhh. True.

For games like Star Ocean 3 I saved at a lot of epic story moments so I don't have to replay that part if I want to view it again. Tongue
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