My husband and I bought my sister's old PS2 and accesories from her when we were home over break. We were very excited about this, and planned each other's Christmas presents accordingly (I got him the two more recent Prince of Persia games, he got me Guitar Hero).
However, when we tried to plug in and play the DDR games my sister gave us along with the console, we found that the system wouldn't read the memory card she'd provided. So we went out and bought a new memory card and tried again the next day - but it wouldn't read that one either. Apparently something is wrong with the card reader itself. We tried blowing dust or what-have-you out of it, but to no avail.
So, my questions to H/A are: is this something that's likely to be fixable? Who should I try taking it to first, Geek Squad or the local pre-played game store? How much is it likely to cost to fix?
Thanks for any and all advice you can give.