Question about Nintendo DS Lite Console
HI My son has a DS game chip with 36 games on it. The memory is full on it. When we turn it on comes up on a blue screen. Initilizing fat Free disk not enough Please delete some file! How can we delete some files? Hope you can help. Thanks Ally
Its a bit dumb that it says 'free disk not enough' and expects you to delete some stuff when you cant even get into the game. Does anyone now how to delete some stuff?the games. i have 36 in 1 game thingy whatever its called. And as long as i have this problem i cant play any of the games. Doesnt ANYONE at all have the answer?
Posted on May 18, 2008
Okay i can help i have an R4 and it works perfect except for my left <- button... i hate that button never really liked it... okay anyways to delete some games that you dislike or whatever take out the chip and in the chip should be a little small chip and put in a USB thing to upload games on. So what you have to do is access the DS game chip R4 or w/e access it and you should delete the games that are not needed simple!
Hope this helps
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Posted on Mar 24, 2008
Posted on Mar 11, 2008
I have touchmaster1, 2007, how can I erase the names of the players?
Posted on Jul 20, 2009
I am not completelly sure about the game card chip you talk about but that
sounds like a flash card cartridge for NDS. If you just would give me
more information about that game card like seller store or website or
device serial/model, slot used and flash type used. I will investigate
The first: make sure the flash card is well plugged into the cartridge and plug it out and in again to be sure. Better if you clean the flash memory contacts with a dry cloth or q-tip.
Second: find the cartridge documentation and try to find a web page. Usually all the product issues like this are placed in the FAQs area of the manufacturer site. Or at least with the name you can find information in any related forum.
Third: If like I think, a fat error can happen when you use a flash memory card with a fat partition different or not supported by the cartridge hardware or firmware. That is not something that can happen just by using it unlike the files get corrupted.
In your case seems like you depleted the card memory maybe by storing game saves in the card. You can try to delete them by using the card menu. If the error dont let you do it, then you must find the cartridge memory card if removable and try deleting some unused files with your computer using a memory card reader. If not a removable memory then you must have a reader/writer for interchanging files with a computer or a comunicartion cable which should need some software or drivers.
And having something of that you always have the option to format the card, reload the cartridge software, upgrade the firmware, download new game roms, convert them if nescesary and load them in the flash card to play. Usually these devices use FAT16 or FAT file format (not FAT32 until you know this device support that format).
This is all i can say by now with the information you gave me...
Posted on Oct 17, 2007
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