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Games previously used with memory card won't read

Four games that i data stored on a memory card the system will no longer play. A message pops up saying disc could not be read. Games that have no memory card with themn still play fine. The problem does not go away if you remove the memory card.

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1. CLEAN THE LASER. ALWAYS DO THIS FIRST. MOST TIMES THIS IS ALL YOU NEED TO GET YOUR SYSTEM BACK RUNNING A 100% AGAIN

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MUSIC I MOVED FROM COMPUTER TO SD CARD WILL NOT PLAY ON CELVIANO AP620 PIANO


http://support.casio.com/pdf/008/AP620_6_E_1A_web.pdf
E-48
Using a Memory Card
You can use the procedure below to play back a user
song (page E-24) stored on
a memory card without
loading the song into Digital Piano memory.
Memory Card Folders
Formatting a memory card on the Digital Piano will
automatically create the four
folders shown below. You
put playback song data into any one of the folders. You
can use the four folders to group your music data by
family member, genre, or some other categories. Use
buttons
through (folders) to select a folder.
1.Store the music data you want to play back in
one of the memory card folders.
2.Insert the memory ca
rd into the Digital
Piano's memory card slot.
3.Press the (CARD/INTERNAL) button.
4.Press one of the folder selection buttons (
through
) to select the card folder you want.
This will display the song number and song
name of the first song in the folder you
selected.
5.Use the (w,q) buttons to select the
song you want.
6.Press the (PLAY/STOP
) button.This will start playback.
•Each press of (PLAY/STOP) starts and stops
playback.
•Fast forward, fast reverse,
tempo changes, and other
operations are the same as
those during playback of a
user song in Digital Pian
o memory. For details, see
"Playing Back a Specific
Music Library Song" (page
E-24).
7.
To quit memory card data playback, press the
(CARD/INTERNAL) button.

Dec 07, 2013 | Casio Celviano AP-620 88-Key Digital Piano...

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I am getting a "Memory


Its a very common problem with S400,S410 and some others.

As a case study, see the following error message on the Canon IXUS 130 when trying to view some photos previously stored in the memory card SDHC

"Memory Card Error"

Every single photo stored on the memory card becomes inaccessible after the above error message. In addition, no more photos can be stored on the memory card. In short, the card can not be read or written.

Cause:
The above error message that makes all the pictures inaccessible is mainly caused due to corruption of the memory card. Reasons why you are responsible for the above error message is virus infection, interrupted read / write operation, and human error.

Resolution:
The resolution for the above error message is the format of memory card into the camera. The process erases all data previously stored and allows you to save the new data. While the format is a good resolution for users who do not require the old data, it is fatal to users such as photographers, detective agencies, etc, to save critical data on your memory card. However, the formatted data recovery day is now an easy process. It is therefore necessary to use an advanced part of third parties. A tool for image recovery is readily available on the Internet by one click.

Data Recovery is an application of high-end recovery that recovers data from almost all formats SDHC Card, XD and MMC. The read-only photo recovery tool also allows you to restore data in the defined location. The software runs on Mac OS X and Windows.

Check this link for additional details: Simple Fixes for SD "Memory Card Locked" or "Memory Card Error"

Hope helps.

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I bought a new ps2 and a datel 32mb card and the game i put in says there is no memory card,


Try these steps. If this doesn't work you may want to take the card to Game Stop or something and have them test it to see if it's working. Hope this helps!

  1. Insert the Memory Card into the PlayStation 2 console. The port is located directly above the controller port. Note that there are two different memory card ports; there is no difference between the two. Some games, however, will attempt to auto-load from slot one so it is recommended that you keep your memory card inserted in slot one.
  2. Plug your controller into the PlayStation 2. Power up the system without a PS2 disc inserted. You will be taken to the system menu screen. Select the "Memory Card" menu to examine any data on the card. If the memory card is new there should be no data on the card, if it is used you may see old saves from the previous owner on the card. If you no longer desire to keep these saves, you may highlight them and press the "Triangle" button to delete them.
  3. Insert your PlayStation 2 game disc into the system. When the disc appears on the system menu, select it. Load the game, and play until you are prompted to either create a user profile, or to save your game. Once you have saved any data to the memory card, reset the system.
  4. Select the "Memory Card" menu and examine your memory card. You should see a new icon representing your game's save data. If this data appears on the card, you have correctly set-up your PS2 Memory Card.

    If the data does not appear on the card, you will need to format the card. If the system detects corrupt data on the card it will automatically open a prompt asking if you would like to format the memory card. Select "Yes" and the PlayStation 2 will format the card.



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I have a hp a620n system and play world of warcraft, but with the recent expansion my video card is no longer supported and cant play the game what card can i use to play the game thxs


your current integrated video card is only 64MB video memory. i suggest you upgrade to at least 128MB video memory or higher. check at your local computer store for the compatible AGP 8x video graphics card. happy shopping :)

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Bought used PSP and does not read games...also it came w/out memory card - if we add one will it work..? (My 11 year old doesn't know)


If it can't read the disks and it's second-hand it's most likely the laser head has gone in it.If you bought it from a shop on the street take it back and try to get a refund.And no, the memory card isn't needed to play most games,it's best if you have one otherwise you lose your progress when you quit the game,all the memory card is for is to store music,photos,videos,and game save data.

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Memory Card Corrupted


you cannot save another file until you delete previous one.Corruption occurs if the memory card is removed from console or if you reset the game while saving or loading game remember this also happens when you are saving or loading game and electricity turns off.

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How do i play back up games on my PSP 3000, it has software update 5.50. When I place a game on the memory card and try to play it, i always get a error message, Corrupt Data message, Or Liecencing...


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Controller Pak Abnormality???


Sorry evilpacman, but you're wrong.

The N64 Controller Pak does indeed have SRAM as you state, but SRAM _does_ require a battery to retain its contents. The battery in question is a standard CR2032 or "coin-cell". The only gotcha is that it is a PCB mount variety, with the legs already attached to the battery casing. I'm currently looking for a replacement myself... farnell may have them but I need to check the footprint...

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Nintendo wii memory card doesn't read


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