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    Default Using a PS2 logitech wireless controller with a PS One - memory card space issues

    I've started using my PS One again (gotta love Crash Team Racing)

    Problem - I want to use a wireless controller. The ps2 logitech wireless controller works great, except that the receiver is so large that it blocks access to the first port memory card slot. I can keep the card in slot #2, but if I recall correctly a lot of ps one games don't like saving to port #2.

    Any ideas how to solve this? I'd really like to keep using the wireless controller.

    I've attached an image of the culprit in question. It may not really look like it blocks the memory card slot, but it does.


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    PS extension cord should do the trick. Ironic that you'll need a controller cord to properly use a wireless controller, but it'll keep the memory card slot accessible.

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    I've never owned one, but I also assume a multiout or whatever those things were called that allowed 3-4 person multiplayer gaming would also do the trick.

    Just make sure it's specifically for the PSOne and not for the original model since I recall that they weren't compatible (Or maybe I'm thinking of the PS2).

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    Using a Logitech wireless PS2 controller in a PSOne? Cool. Never knew that worked.




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