• Tomee 1MB Memory Card for PS1
  • Tomee 1MB Memory Card for PS1
  • Tomee 1MB Memory Card for PS1
Tomee 1MB Memory Card for PS1
Tomee 1MB Memory Card for PS1
Tomee 1MB Memory Card for PS1

Tomee 1MB Memory Card for PS1

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  • 1MB memory block
  • compatible with PSone/PS
  • Work with PS2 for PS1 games

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Do not insert the card into the PS2 right away. Read first! Some reviews mention that this doesn't work on a slimline PS2, but I can assure that it does IF you follow these steps. You can't insert the PS1 memory card in right away when you start up your PS2 as that will corrupt it since it is not formatted to read like an official PS1 card.1. Do not insert the PS1 memory card in right away. Boot up your PS1 game of choice first.2. After the game has booted up, insert the memory card when prompted to save.3. The game will read the card and if it asks you to format it, select yes.4. Now, you should be able to save your PS1 game and the card will be read by the PS2 like an official PS1 card. 5My kids can save PS1 games on PS2 console, Yay! The youngest one can now play the old PS 1 games and save them on the PS2 console. My kids love the Spyro games and for the longest time my youngest girl has not been able to save her progress. I did not even know they had these available. I just looked out of curiosity and here it is.I bought 3 of them, one for each of the different Spyro games she is playing. I do not remember how many or how much game progress 1 megabyte of storage will do and did not want to chance it. The price is so inexpensive I figured why not.So far they work just fine.Very happy that a company is making a product for people that want to play the older console games and save their progress.I would recommend this product to a friend. If any problems arise I will update this review.Thanks for reading my review. 5Essential for baby proofing your house This is a must have for when you have little ones running around and figuring out how the world around them works. It fits and protects all of our outlets so our son doesn't get excited and try to jam his fingers or toys into the sockets. It's a small price to pay for a sound mind, I don't have to worry as much when he plays on his own. 5Great purchase! Works perfectly on my PS2 for playing Spyro: Year of the Dragon (a PS1 game); the trick is to start up the console and go into the game, while the game is running, insert the memory card. Another reviewer stated that it was important to NOT insert it before the game was running due to the console trying to reformat the memory card. Worked like a charm! 5Works Well! This memory card worked perfectly for me! I followed the instructions seen amongst many other reviews to wait to input the memory card until you're actually saving a Ps1 game and are prompted to put a memory card in, which will then ask you to format the card. As of when I did that, it just works fine. I can't vouch for what will happen if you do decide to have it put into the system from the moment it is turned on the first time using it (after it's formatted you can do that) but I didn't want to test and see something go wrong, so just follow the advice of the people here and all will be well!In terms of storage capacity, I believe this one is fine for me; I don't really have enough Ps1 games for it to be an issue. 5READ THIS REVIEW Works great! Especially if you are using it on your PS2 to play old PS1 games (like SPRYO!) however you MUST FORMAT IT. Someone else explained it earlier on he reviews, but it goes something like this1. Insert PS1 disc and start it up2. Then insert your memory card3. It will prompt you to select saving game4. Select the memory card5. It will ask you if you want to format it (say yes)6.bam there ya go 5Fried my Playstation! This memory card fried my PlayStation console and the controller I was using. Ever since I tried to save and exit the game I was playing the console won't even turn the disc, let alone play a game. All I get now is a screen that says memory card and cd player and the controller has a hard time moving the pointer to make a selection, which is a moot point since it won't operate discs anyway. Do not buy this garbage. 1Works Like it Should My husband recently regained possession of his original copy of the PlayStation 1 Harry Potter and the Philosopher s Stone game, but didn t have a memory card for the machine. This was understandably frustrating due to the length of time it takes to beat the god forsaken flying lesson level. This memory card was cheap, got to our home quickly, and made me a total hero to my now less-frustrated husband. 5Works Great on PS2!! (PS2 Guide) This product works just as fine a the official memory cards that Sony produces. Though many people complain about an issue where slimline PS2 consoles do not read the card for formatting on the browser, there is an easy solution to this.What has to be done is, upon opening the package for your card, you must NOT plug it in to your PS2 (to avoid corruption). First, boot your PS2 with your chosen copy of a Playstation 1 disc and wait for the console to load. Once the game boots, you can insert your memory card into the console and save whenever you are prompted to do so. The game will ask you to format the card before saving and will be read by the PS2 browser after formatting with this method.Sony purposefully made the PS2 consoles to not work with unformatted cards that were not made by their companies, rendering 3rd party card like these useless. But that's why I am here to help those get the best out of this product. If the memory card was formatted before trying to use it with the PS2 browser, (such as used in the method above) the console reads it as it would an official Sony card.So format in game BEFORE using it in the PS2 browser!And for those looking for alternate methods of formatting before using with your PS2, if you happen to have an old PS1 console lying around, use it to format the card and save a game before switching off to use on the PS2 console. It should read on the browser just fine.You now have a fully compatible PS1 Memory Card!! (Sweet!)As for the physical properties of the card: -The shape allows it to be stored safely in PS2 game cases using the Memory Card Holder within the box -The card isn't one of those funky shaped clones with odd clear colors and matches the original PSone -The plastic may not feel as solid as the official cards, but much more durable than most 3rd party cards. -Slides into memory card slots with ease. (Most 3rd party cards feel sticky upon insertion/removal)Overall, I give this card a 5 star rating for it has yet to fail me in any real way which would not be my own fault, and I really enjoyed the quality it had to offer, as it surpassed my original expectations by a long-shot. My childhood gaming soul has been revived yet again. Thank you Hyperkin!-Miguel S.P.S. Should you have any questions about my mini-guide on how to use this product, feel free to leave a comment with your questions and I will get back to you as soon as I can. 5worked initially worked initially. long enough for me to get through the boring blowing up reactors part on FF7 and make it to aeris' house. then the next time I went to play it loaded but wouldn't let me save. tried it on my brother's ps1 and it wouldn't work. tried his memory cards on my ps1 and they did work. looks like I get to start from the beginning again.. 1
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Do not insert the card into the PS2 right away. Read first! Some reviews mention that this doesn't work on a slimline PS2, but I can assure that it does IF you follow these steps. You can't insert the PS1 memory card in right away when you start up your PS2 as that will corrupt it since it is not formatted to read like an official PS1 card.1. Do not insert the PS1 memory card in right away. Boot up your PS1 game of choice first.2. After the game has booted up, insert the memory card when prompted to save.3. The game will read the card and if it asks you to format it, select yes.4. Now, you should be able to save your PS1 game and the card will be read by the PS2 like an official PS1 card. 5My kids can save PS1 games on PS2 console, Yay! The youngest one can now play the old PS 1 games and save them on the PS2 console. My kids love the Spyro games and for the longest time my youngest girl has not been able to save her progress. I did not even know they had these available. I just looked out of curiosity and here it is.I bought 3 of them, one for each of the different Spyro games she is playing. I do not remember how many or how much game progress 1 megabyte of storage will do and did not want to chance it. The price is so inexpensive I figured why not.So far they work just fine.Very happy that a company is making a product for people that want to play the older console games and save their progress.I would recommend this product to a friend. If any problems arise I will update this review.Thanks for reading my review. 5Essential for baby proofing your house This is a must have for when you have little ones running around and figuring out how the world around them works. It fits and protects all of our outlets so our son doesn't get excited and try to jam his fingers or toys into the sockets. It's a small price to pay for a sound mind, I don't have to worry as much when he plays on his own. 5Great purchase! Works perfectly on my PS2 for playing Spyro: Year of the Dragon (a PS1 game); the trick is to start up the console and go into the game, while the game is running, insert the memory card. Another reviewer stated that it was important to NOT insert it before the game was running due to the console trying to reformat the memory card. Worked like a charm! 5Works Well! This memory card worked perfectly for me! I followed the instructions seen amongst many other reviews to wait to input the memory card until you're actually saving a Ps1 game and are prompted to put a memory card in, which will then ask you to format the card. As of when I did that, it just works fine. I can't vouch for what will happen if you do decide to have it put into the system from the moment it is turned on the first time using it (after it's formatted you can do that) but I didn't want to test and see something go wrong, so just follow the advice of the people here and all will be well!In terms of storage capacity, I believe this one is fine for me; I don't really have enough Ps1 games for it to be an issue. 5READ THIS REVIEW Works great! Especially if you are using it on your PS2 to play old PS1 games (like SPRYO!) however you MUST FORMAT IT. Someone else explained it earlier on he reviews, but it goes something like this1. Insert PS1 disc and start it up2. Then insert your memory card3. It will prompt you to select saving game4. Select the memory card5. It will ask you if you want to format it (say yes)6.bam there ya go 5Fried my Playstation! This memory card fried my PlayStation console and the controller I was using. Ever since I tried to save and exit the game I was playing the console won't even turn the disc, let alone play a game. All I get now is a screen that says memory card and cd player and the controller has a hard time moving the pointer to make a selection, which is a moot point since it won't operate discs anyway. Do not buy this garbage. 1Works Like it Should My husband recently regained possession of his original copy of the PlayStation 1 Harry Potter and the Philosopher s Stone game, but didn t have a memory card for the machine. This was understandably frustrating due to the length of time it takes to beat the god forsaken flying lesson level. This memory card was cheap, got to our home quickly, and made me a total hero to my now less-frustrated husband. 5Works Great on PS2!! (PS2 Guide) This product works just as fine a the official memory cards that Sony produces. Though many people complain about an issue where slimline PS2 consoles do not read the card for formatting on the browser, there is an easy solution to this.What has to be done is, upon opening the package for your card, you must NOT plug it in to your PS2 (to avoid corruption). First, boot your PS2 with your chosen copy of a Playstation 1 disc and wait for the console to load. Once the game boots, you can insert your memory card into the console and save whenever you are prompted to do so. The game will ask you to format the card before saving and will be read by the PS2 browser after formatting with this method.Sony purposefully made the PS2 consoles to not work with unformatted cards that were not made by their companies, rendering 3rd party card like these useless. But that's why I am here to help those get the best out of this product. If the memory card was formatted before trying to use it with the PS2 browser, (such as used in the method above) the console reads it as it would an official Sony card.So format in game BEFORE using it in the PS2 browser!And for those looking for alternate methods of formatting before using with your PS2, if you happen to have an old PS1 console lying around, use it to format the card and save a game before switching off to use on the PS2 console. It should read on the browser just fine.You now have a fully compatible PS1 Memory Card!! (Sweet!)As for the physical properties of the card: -The shape allows it to be stored safely in PS2 game cases using the Memory Card Holder within the box -The card isn't one of those funky shaped clones with odd clear colors and matches the original PSone -The plastic may not feel as solid as the official cards, but much more durable than most 3rd party cards. -Slides into memory card slots with ease. (Most 3rd party cards feel sticky upon insertion/removal)Overall, I give this card a 5 star rating for it has yet to fail me in any real way which would not be my own fault, and I really enjoyed the quality it had to offer, as it surpassed my original expectations by a long-shot. My childhood gaming soul has been revived yet again. Thank you Hyperkin!-Miguel S.P.S. Should you have any questions about my mini-guide on how to use this product, feel free to leave a comment with your questions and I will get back to you as soon as I can. 5worked initially worked initially. long enough for me to get through the boring blowing up reactors part on FF7 and make it to aeris' house. then the next time I went to play it loaded but wouldn't let me save. tried it on my brother's ps1 and it wouldn't work. tried his memory cards on my ps1 and they did work. looks like I get to start from the beginning again.. 1
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