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Re: Nintendo memory problem
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.
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The Nintendo Wii already comes with everything needed to play GameCube. GameCube disks are loaded and unloaded from the system in the same way that Wii game disks are used. To play the games you are going to need a GameCube controller and a GameCube memory card to save progress. On the top of the system (if the system is vertical) or on the side (if it is laying down) are two flaps, one which opens to reveal the controller ports and the other reveals the slots for the memory cards. To play GameCube, simply select the top left square from the main menu (like you would for any Wii game), select start, and then use the GameCube controller to play the game.
Has it worked in the past? if it has worked in the past, there is problem no more room on the game. If she plays one game and saves it, it uses up the memory. If she plays ALOT of games that uses alot of memory. You must remember that when these people make these illeagle games, they aren't thinking if they will have enough memory on it or not. So most likely the game is full because it was only made to have ONE game on it not FIFTY. The best way to fix it, is to reset the game is you could, if you can't reset it, then there isn't much you can do except go out and buy the real versions from NINTENDO. Sorry.
You have to access the SuperCard memory
and delete or make a backup of some of the files in the card to make place for the save files.
Usually sellers fill the flashcart memory to make it more attractive because buyers think as many games, it is better. But they dont consider the space needed for each save file and that is why so many lack of place errors and flashcart blockings...
I am not sure what type of flashcart is that but there out are only 2 classes and the ways to access the memory to make place:
1. Internal Memory FlashCarts: as the memory is embeded you do need a flashlinker or link cable to access the memory. If not included with your card you have to call your seller and ask for it, or directly buy one specific for your cart.
2. External Memory Flashcarts: these ones are much easier to access as you can take out the flash memory and plug it on some easy to find flash memory reader, usually one is included with the card.
Usually these cards are problematic because get stuck when you fill the available memory with game saves and you must use a special SLOT-2 reader/writer to delete, add or edit files in the card memory from a computer...
If your card seller didnt included that reader/writer with the card then you must call them for support on your problem or try to guess what card model is yours, If you know that info is useful to put it in your question, If not then you have to make a research in internet.
you need to go into the system itself and delete files from the DS itself. The DS has the capability to save files. when the game starts up, go into systems and you should be able to find where the files are and start to delete some.