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My K6 doesnt work

Hi... i hope u can help me out... My card is empty and when i turned it on it said "error:data is not align 16K!" what is that mean?? and what i supposed to do?? thanks a lot... _Merryhad a lil lambs

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  • Janemary Jul 13, 2008

    thanks ... i did format with windows but after i copy the system files it cant work as well.. or do u know how to format the card?? thanks alot...jane

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Have you copied the system files to the card memory?
The card need system files to run the OS from the memory. You wont delete everything in the memory so now you might need to download the system files from the cart web site and put the needed ones in the memory.

Posted on Jul 12, 2008

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    Ed Perez Jul 13, 2008

    I suppose you have the linker to access the card memory contents so you can fix it.You should go to the manufacturers webpage for updated system files, FAQs and guides as all flashcarts have their own issues and system files so find it and try the recommended proccedure.

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