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Game Cartridge is not booting up

When I try to boot a game upthe FAT filesystem does not initialise. I am left with an error of "Free Disk not enough! Please delete some files"..... How Can I delete some of the save games?......My child saved too many different versions....

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Oh dear, one of the games is infected with a virus, dnt delete any of the saves i did and then it killed my card, i was told to format the card, you might have the chance for it to start working again, but i had to buy a new one for nearly £40 i hope you succeed

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