Tomee 1MB Memory Card for PS1

November 19, 2019 - Comment

Take your games further with the Tomee PS1 1MB Memory Card. Equipped with 15 blocks of memory, the Tomee PS1 1MB Memory Card can save or reload your PS1 game data. This memory card is compatible for the PS1 or the PS2 console to save PS1 games only. Don’t play your PS1 game without it.

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Take your games further with the Tomee PS1 1MB Memory Card. Equipped with 15 blocks of memory, the Tomee PS1 1MB Memory Card can save or reload your PS1 game data. This memory card is compatible for the PS1 or the PS2 console to save PS1 games only. Don’t play your PS1 game without it.

Product Features

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

Comments

Anonymous says:

Works 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…

Anonymous says:

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…

Anonymous says:

Works 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…

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