How to Format a Playstation 2 Memory Card

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Formatting your Playstation 2 memory card is essential to being able to correctly save your game play data on your PS2. Without a formatted card you also may not be able to play certain games on the PS2 system. PS2 memory cards come in several different sizes including an 8MB and a 32 MB sized card. In most cases the 8 MB card is sufficient for most gamers, but if you save a lot of data you may need the 32 MB card.

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  • Playstation 2 Playstation 2 memory card
  • 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 Playstation 2.

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