How do you delete memory on a GameCube memory card?

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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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What size memory card for GameCube needed?

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