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Game cube hi im having another problem now,the gamecube is saying that there is no memory card inseted when there is,it wont recognise the card i got them seperately,but im worried the gamecube is faulty,the cube is playing the games fine and working in all other areas,do you think it is the card,the gamecube said the card was damaged but that only flashed up quick then it keeps saying there is no card,i apreciate your help thank you

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Upon start up, my GC sometimes displays "The memory card in slot A is corrupted" or "Bad" And needs to be Reformatted, which will cause data loss. Pulling the card out and reinserting it, solves the problem, with the game files intact.

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Read my previous post to you and try that and let me know if it worked or not sounds like you will have to follow those instructions. maybe it will work. since the gamecube states the card was damaged so a format will be required so the method will wipe it clean and cross your fingers and hope it works.

Posted on Oct 04, 2008

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