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MY Nintendo gamecube fell on the floor and ever since my 16Md Memory Card stopped working.

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Wii can't read gamecube memory card


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I have a Wii and my kids play their gamecube games on it but when we insert the gamecube memory card it says no memory card in slot A??


Take the memory card out.
on the cartridge gently blow on the end you plug into the wii and slot A on the wii
if you have a game cube test to see if it works on the game cube
insert the card in slot B

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When I put a memory card in slot A it wont work


take the gc apart and look at the memory card slot number 1 it may have ben bent sumhow idk if u have younger bros or sis's they may have tried to put 1 in upside down or summin

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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.

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I put a game cube game in to the wii and it says to insert a memory card into slot A so i put a 128mb memory card into slot A andi turn the wii on and it says no memory card found in slot A WHY?


It might be talking about the GameCube memory card slots, not the SD card slots. There should be a door on the top/left side of the WII. See if it's talking abou that.

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you may not have enogh space on your meoery so try deleeting stuf of or your memory is not big enogh

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They are Nintendo Gamecube slots for saving Nintendo Gamecube games on only. If you want to have more storage space then buy another SD card.

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Try take the card out, then put it back in fully. I've seen this problem before on an Official Nintendo GameCube 251 Block. If there are saves on it, and it still asks you to format the card, just take the card out, and put it back in. You could also try a different slot... Chances are, you just have to take the card out and put it in again for some odd reason. I've seen this fixing that issue. I don't think any of the hardware, i.e. the GameCube or the Memory Card are damaged in any way. Hope this helps.

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