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August 01, 2010


The misleading information is coming not from Sony Tech Staff, but from people like you who give advice without having attempted to use it.

There is the option to create the ps or ps2 "internal memory card" in the ps3, however it won't be recognized when you actually attempt to save the game. Your game will look for the memory card, but won't find it, and when you push the ps button and select "assign slots" it will say "no internal memory card is present"

On page 27 of the PS3 instruction manual, there are instructions on how to set up your "internal memory card" but there is also a lovely little "NOTICE" which says:

"This system does not support playback of PlayStation2 format software. Even if you create an internal memory card for PlayStation2 format software, you will not be able to use it to play games."

Sony probably pays people like you to give faulty advice about saving ps2 games on a ps3 so that they can keep charging people money when they download games on the ps3 that won't have the ability to be saved


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