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Memory cards?
#1
Wow..., I've tried searching, and couldnt find anything about it. can someone explain how to create a memory card on PCSX2? It's really starting to kill me -_-

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#2
Yarrr.... there be no support fer pirates.

http://forums.pcsx2.net/Thread-Will-PCSX...r?page=185

atwicked Wrote:Alright, well I'm gonna try running persona 4 and see how that goes. Otherwise I'm gonna have to borrow a ps2 and beat it that way. Thanks

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#3
wait, what? I own the actual game disc, but not a ps2 right now...

im kinda confused...
#4
I think what Koji was referring to is the fact you do not own a ps2, but you require a BIOS to use the emulator. Taking your friends bios would be stealing (as would downloading), so it is against the rule he pointed out.

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#5
Yeah technically he's talking about borrowing the system, not the game. You can't pirate a system now can you? Laugh

Anyway the download should come with two memory cards, if you need more you just copy and paste the memory card file, least that's what I did.

If you're using 0.9.7 beta you can make a memory card by going to config > memory cards and browsing to the directory you want to use and clicking create.

If you're using 0.9.6 I never had to create a card, I just copied the old ones that were there and pasted them. They should be located in (pcsx2 install directory)/memcards/ or documents/PCSX2/memcards/. The two files should be named mcd001.ps2 and mcd002.ps2.

technically an unformatted memory card is just a 8,650,752 byte file, I'm sure you could use a dummy file creator to make one and just name it mcd001.ps2 and do the same for mcd002.ps2 then just use a game to format the card.
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