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Problems with PSU save files! Please help
#1
Hello everyone! I have been using pcsx2 for a long time and I never got this problem, so here it is: A year ago I finished Kingdom Hearts II on my pc, and decided I wanted to keep the save files. So I did, I used MyMc (http://www.csclub.uwaterloo.ca:11068/mymc/)

I saved the psu files and put them into a directory. The thing is that yesterday I felt like playing again, I opened pcsx2 but the memory card was empty ExclAngry
I downloaded MyMc again, opened the memory card (both of them actually) and the save files are there! I even opened the ps2 memory cards menu and it shows me all of my save files! Yet when I open the game, nothing.... What should I do! SadSadWacko

Thanks!
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#2
If it doesn't show in-game, but it does show in myMC and the PS2 Memory Card manager it would indicate the possibility that it's a different region for the saves than your game is right now.

Are the game and saves both NTSC or PAL? Or is one different from the other?
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(05-03-2015, 01:06 PM)Ryudo Wrote: If it doesn't show in-game, but it does show in myMC and the PS2 Memory Card manager it would indicate the possibility that it's a different region for the saves than your game is right now.

Are the game and saves both NTSC or PAL? Or is one different from the other?

Sorry you are going to have to slow down, what do you mean by different region and how can I check? Biggrin Thanks for the help (I'm not really an expert so sorry if I do not understand at first)
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#4
When you're from Europe, the games are generally always PAL games unless it's imported from USA.
When you're from USA it's the opposite.. you have NTSC games instead of PAL.

These are regions, and they have their own set of saves. PAL saves won't show up in the game's load screen if the game happens to be NTSC.

You can check in myMC to see whether a save is for the PAL or NTSC version of a game.

NTSC games are usually labeled as BASLUS-##### or BASCUS-######, while PAL games are labeled as BESLES-######.

To find out what type of region your game is, check your game's boxart. It will be on the side of the cover.

Or you can check the console window of PCSX2, it'll say this for example:
Code:
(SYSTEM.CNF) Detected PS2 Disc = cdrom0:\SLUS_213.86;1
(SYSTEM.CNF) Software version = 1.00
(SYSTEM.CNF) Disc region type = NTSC

In this case, SLUS-21386 indicates it's an NTSC game. (And the Disc region type also gives it away).
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(05-03-2015, 01:43 PM)Ryudo Wrote: When you're from Europe, the games are generally always PAL games unless it's imported from USA.
When you're from USA it's the opposite.. you have NTSC games instead of PAL.

These are regions, and they have their own set of saves. PAL saves won't show up in the game's load screen if the game happens to be NTSC.

You can check in myMC to see whether a save is for the PAL or NTSC version of a game.

NTSC games are usually labeled as BASLUS-##### or BASCUS-######, while PAL games are labeled as BESLES-######.

To find out what type of region your game is, check your game's boxart. It will be on the side of the cover.

Or you can check the console window of PCSX2, it'll say this for example:
Code:
(SYSTEM.CNF) Detected PS2 Disc = cdrom0:\SLUS_213.86;1
(SYSTEM.CNF) Software version = 1.00
(SYSTEM.CNF) Disc region type = NTSC

In this case, SLUS-21386 indicates it's an NTSC game. (And the Disc region type also gives it away).

Ok thanks!! Is there a way to fix this? Maybe the reason for this is the fact that I changed BIOS? the last time I used a different one
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#6
Is your game region the same as your save file?
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(05-03-2015, 03:28 PM)KeyToTruth12 Wrote: Is your game region the same as your save file?

No it isn't, is there a way to make them bot PAL or NTSC?
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Not that I now of but I bet you could pick up that title in the other region for super cheap through Amazon.
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#9
There is a way to convert save regions but I can't remember how, you might need to do some googling
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(05-04-2015, 01:38 AM)jlwmanagement Wrote: Not that I now of but I bet you could pick up that title in the other region for super cheap through Amazon.

I managed to solve the problem thanks everyone!
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