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PS1 Game save location on PSP? Not enough free space

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  1. DPUMA8

    DPUMA8 Regular member

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    Hi everyone. I am having a little bit of a problem trying to save some PS1 games that I have been playing. When I try to save a game, I get a message saying that there are either not enough free save blocks available or there isn't any memory card detected.

    1) How do I fix this?
    2) Where do PSX game saves go on the PSP?
     
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    are these LEGIT from sony games?
    or u made/downloaded them?
     
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    1) that depends, do you have any free space on the mem stick?
    2) you know where psp games saves are right? (if you dont, too bad, look for it) thats where ps1 game saves are too.
     
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    I made them from my PS1 games. I have the Tomb Raider Collection (1,2,3) and Ace Combat but I can't get the saves to work. I mean I can buy these games again but what is the point if I already bought them years ago.

    I have a 4GB Sandisk card with a lot of room on it. I am running 3.02 OE-B.
     
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    I have played 3 games already and when I check under the save files, there is one save file for PS1. Do all my save files from different games get made into one PS1 save file?
     
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    ahh ok, i think i know your problem. what is the save game called?
     
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    Not sure what I need to check on but it is "Hot Shots Golf 2" and it is 448KB in size.
     
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    Im sort of a noob on psp but maybe the prob youre facing might be that if you made the isos yourself with popstation is that you are using hotshots for making the games, so if you make to games theyre both recognized to the psp as the hots shots game slus 94267 i think, you have to hexedit them to change that value or for easier use look for a popstation gui wich gives you the option to change the game id, cause if both are recognized as hotshots theyre going to be overwritting each others saves
     
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    Zinga Burga's popstation allows u to change SLUS - it's on psp-hacks.com
     
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    If I use this ID changer, will my save files be gone? Do you know if 3.03 OE or 3.10 versions correct this problem?
     
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    well it is not a problem with the firmware, it was a problem when you made the isos inti .pbp and yes your saves will be gone, or at least that was my experience, since the saves will be made for the hotshots game
     

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