How do you delete memory on a GameCube memory card?
If you want to delete memory turn on the gamecube with your memory cards in there slots make sure there is no disc in the gamecube if there is hold down the A button to bring up the gamecube menu go to the memory card which is at the bottom menu then choose which card slot now you will see your games on there use the control stick to highlight which game you want to delete press the A button then choose delete press A on yes and it will be gone forever.
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Yes, but the problem is that if you save the Japanese game AFTER you saved U.S. games, it will delete the U.S. game saves. So what I did was save the Japanese game, and then save the U.S. games.
Usually, you can delete info from a card by either reformatting it or just highlighting the files, right clicking and choosing delete.
You can use GameCube memory cards, but only to save on GameCube games, not Wii games. The Wii already has 512 MB of internal memory, and an optional SD Memory Card can be used to save Wii games.
Ther are two memory card slots on top of the wii near the spot wear you plug in the game cube controller it's under a little panel thingy that lifts up and when you put a memory in make shure to put it in slot A usually it want save in slot B for some reason.
Insert a game cartridge. Hold the start button and turn the game on. The memory card will come up and you can delete what you want.
It needs format because formatting is what makes the memory card available for use. If it wasn't formatted it wouldn't be able to write data on to the memory card.
You simply take it out of the gamecube, shake it, blow in it, and wait a few seconds. Then put it back in and it should be fine
Does a Nintendo GameCube have a memory card inside itself for games or does it HAVE to have a memory card?
Nintendo Gamecube systems require a memory card that vary in how many game files each one can hold. The only game that comes with a memory card is Animal Crossing, meaning if you want to save your games you have to buy memory cards, but the person writing this thinks the Gamecube comes with at least… one memory card. (MORE)
Answer . Yes, but it won't save. You can put in the memory card to save and stuff.
happens with me too. keep pulling it in and out until it shows it.. you should make sure it's in there before you play whatever game your playing
\n. I always used my PS1 memory card (same for all models) in my Nintendo Gamecube. Worked just fine. I would assume that it would work the other way around.
yes you can but u have to erase all of the saved game data one by one.
Yep. The Wii has a Gamecube memory card reader and you can view/edit the content.
I've had two games that come with them - Animal Crossing and SuperSmash Bros. Of course they both only have enough room to save that game onthem, but Animal Crossing's is a large size (around 60 MB i think),considering most games only take up about like 10 MB or whatever.So you may find some use jus…t taking that memory card to save otherstuff on it. (MORE)
I'm not sure about how much memory they can hold so if i make a mistake please correct me Grey memory card 50 blocks : 5$ Black memory card 100 blocks: 10$ White memory card 1000 blocks: 20$
If you mean REMOVE memory card. The memory card is usually under a flap which when opened reveals the memory card, push the card as if pushing it in and it will release the card. Some times the batteries are also housed in the same compartment.. If you mean erase (FORMAT) the card, this facility sh…ould be on one of the MENUs.. Hope this has been of some use to you.. Bugs (MORE)
You should be able to get a used one at retailers that carry used video games like GameStop or GameCrazy.
Hold the A button as you power on the gamecube. This will bring you to a menu where you can select memory options.
no you need a gamecube mem card theres a spot for it on the wii
You do if you wish to save your progress. Unfortunately the Wii doesn't allow use of it's internal memory to save Game Cube games, as such you still need to use a Game Cube memory card.
To use the Memory Card, all you have to do is insert the Memorycard in Slot A. When prompted to save in a video game, the gamewill automatically save onto the card that is inserted into Slot A.If you do touch the Memory Card or the POWER button, the Memorycard will be damaged and the save data will …become corrupted. Youwill then have to Delete the File and start the game all overagain. (MORE)
No, you do not need one, you just can not save. Also, you need a GameCube controller or classic style Wii remote, because you can not use a pointing Wii remote during the game.
By deleting the corrupted memory. You can try doing some tactics like removing it from the system for an amount of time, which has been rumored to work, but not really proven. It is worthy of note that on a Memory Card 1019, some older games will not be compatible. Hi, i also have tatics the a…lmost always work! take out the memory card, blow in it, shake it and, put it back in! (MORE)
Normally, you can't format a GameCube memory card unless it is corrupt, in which case you'll be offered the option. You can, however, delete individual save files, so if you want to empty a memory card, you have to delete the save files one by one.
Yes, you need a memory card to play Animal Crossing. Without the memory card, none of your data will be saved. Animal Crossing did come out with a free memory card for play, though probably not anymore.
From my own experience, the gamecube memory card will pop right out if you push down on it (or to the left if the wii is standing up) while you pull the card out.
No. You need to have a Gamecube memory card in order to save a Nintendo Gamecube file. But you can manage and delete games off of the memory card in the Wii memory managment area
You don't need a specific size memory card to play the GameCube; any GameCube memory card will do. Different games take up a different amount of blocks on a memory card, so what size you'll need depends on what games you want to play.
You can't save Game Boy games to a GameCube memory card. Only GameCube games can be saved to a GameCube memory card. Game Boy games are saved to their cartridges.
Memory cards can get corrupted for many reasons, including removing it while the Gamecube/Wii is writing data to it, an error with the Gamecube/Wii, or an error with the card itself.
No. In order to play Gamecube games on the Wii, you need to have a Gamecube controller and a Gamecube memory card
Every Gamecube game required a different amount of blocks on a memory card. Some games even hold up to 60 blocks on a memory card. So the amount of games you can put on the memory card depends on how much blocks the game use
That's simple if you know where the gamecube memory cards are on the wii go manually pull the cards out its that easy.
If you want to delete memory turn on the gamecube with your memory cards in there slots make sure there is no disc in the gamecube if there is hold down the A button to bring up the gamecube menu go to the memory card which is at the bottom menu then choose which card slot now you will see your game…s on there use the control stick to highlight which game you want to delete press the A button then choose delete press A on yes and it will be gone forever. (MORE)
No, you cannot use a Wii memory card to save GameCube games. You have to use a GameCube memory card to do so - there are slots for GameCube memory cards in the Wii.
Yes, since you will probably want to save your game data. If you don't buy one, none of your game data will be saved.
If you connect your PSP to your PC with a USB cable, you can manually delete the upgrade installer from your memory card. This is not to be confused with downgrading the PSP firmware itself. Once you run an upgrade, the PSP's firmware is flashed and upgraded, deleting the update file won't do anyth…ing about that. (MORE)
You never need a memory card for any system unless you want to save your progress.
The answer is that you simply can not. You must have a Gamecube memory card for a game to save.
Yes, GameCube games require the memory card to be in slot A. Generally, slot B is used for accessories such as the GameCube microphone.
Yes you can but you will be unable to save keep everthing you done on the game
GameCube memory cards can reformat when something is wrong with the memory card, such as it becoming corrupt. You can also reformat the memory card manually through the GameCube's memory card manager.
Well if you have a camera with an SD slot, then you can delete them on your camera. If not, then you need a computer/laptop that has an SD slot, and your SD card should come up. If it doesn't, then go to 'My Computer' and it will be there under 'Devices With Removable Storage.' Hope I helped!
you can use file recovery program to recover deleted files, it does not matter whether it hidden. See related link for file recovery program.
Many cameras can have deleted pictures recovered using programs on the computer. It depends on the camera you are using, so this particular method might not work for you. You could try a program called CardRecovery. There is a charge for this service ($40 approx), but it is worth it to recover pictu…res. There are some free programs, but they are not reliable. Here's how you can recover pictures on a Sony Cybershot camera: 1. Install Card Recovery - See related link. 2. Plug your camera into the computer. 3. Follow the instructions it gives you step-by-step. If they're not self-explanatory enough, see the instructions in the related link. Note: It won't ask you to pay right away. After you have looked through your pictures and selected the ones you want to save, it will ask you to pay. I know it is a bit pricey, but it really is worth it. (MORE)
You do not need them memory card to play GameCube games, you need the memory card to save your save files on.
Will sending files from a corrupted memory card to a new memory card corupt the new memory card in a GameCube?
it won't corrupt the new memory card except for the corrupted files you x-fer over. so the disk space the corrupted files take up will be screwed but the rest of the memory card should be just fine.
That question is really unspecific, and thus no one can really help you. However, you can delete all data on your memory stick by choosing the restore memory stick option in Settings. Although this will delete ALL of your data, this should fix any problems when saving or deleting data in the future.… -ChaCha on, Your least favorite antecedent. (MORE)
Any memory card that works on a Gamecube should work on a Wii for playing Gamecube games.
Inexpensive GameCube memory cards are available through foreign electronics sellers such as DealExtreme. However, these unlicensed cards are generally considered inferior to officially licensed Nintendo memory cards. Consumers interested in the genuine product will need to purchase a used card throu…gh Amazon or eBay, as Nintendo has stopped producing memory cards for the GameCube. (MORE)