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Nintendo memory problem

Free disk not enough is coming up on games and i cant play them

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  • vinitchordia Dec 13, 2008

    I have  DS Lite an am getting the same error.. is there a way to free p disk space?

  • martalopez Mar 12, 2009

    have an n5 and ds lite. filled card to almost capacity. deleted games from card. apparently have 2.2g free disk space but when I try to put a game back on the card (without the sav file) it tells me there is not enough space



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Perhaps you are using a card suchas r4, n5 m3 etc. with a micro sd or similar?

If so, and you filled the card to almost capacity, you may have a problem. These cards need to write a save file (usually 512Kbytes) to the memory before you can play, and if it is full, you may get this error.

You did not post any details about what hardware you have and what you have done with it.

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