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Just ran out of card space in my unit and I still have songs that need completition and I cannot pass it to my computer CARD IS FULL that is the message that I get what do I do?

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You should be able to remove the card and plug it into your computer... you might need an adapter.
Other than deleting to get space on the card there is not much else you can do. Replace card with larger... it can go to 32Gb. Remember to format a new card beforoe use.

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  1. Insert your sd card into computer
  2. Make folder called MUSICDAT.
  3. Then, transfer all files inside the folder (make sure your songs are in MIDI format).
  4. Safely remove your sd card.
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If you still get the error, take time to read you manual. Read the "using the sd card" part. The folder name might be different for your Casio Keyboard (because mine's a CTK-5000).
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This is likely a compatibility issue. Turn power off and remove the card and make sure the unit comes back to life.

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I had the same issue, and ended up solving it after trying many different things. So first you put the card in your reader, right click, and hit "format...". It should ask you if it's ok to erase everything. Say yes.

Then put the card in the recorder, and it should say "Unformatted". Hit Utility and TR4 to Initialize. That should do the trick. Hope that helps!

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