PSX Memory Card Manager is a very simple Playstation memory card image manipulation tool with a
GUI. Combined with the right hardware, transfering data to and from a real memory card
is also possible.
This software was intially Linux-only but it now also runs under Windows.
PSX Memory Card Manager uses the Qt Gui toolkit. Here are a few screenshots:
Memory card contents
Reading a card using the parallel port
Under Windows 10
Qt4 with Qt3 compatiblity
C++ compiler and mostly standard build utils (make, pkg-config)
This software can also access a memory card connected to a parallel port. The requirements
to use this feature are:
A PC with a working parallel port
The hardware interface (see below)
A memory card
To enable memory card I/O, PSX Memory Card Manager
uses the Playstation Peripheral Bus Library(psxpblib), by Richard Davies. Therefore, PSX Memory Card Manager should be compatible with all hardware interfaces psxpblib supports.
But the only interface I have tested is the Direct Pad Pro interface. Here is the schematic:
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or your equipment while following the procedures present on this page.
Also, I GIVE ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY on the correctness and usability
of the informations on this page. Please note, however, that the procedures
above have worked in my case without any damages or problems.