Nintendo GameCube: LiquidVideo 4X 16 Megabit Memory Card

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  1. MissingNo._
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    MissingNo._ aka MissingNoL

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    I have a LiquidVideo 4X 16 Megabit Memory Card that is broken. I checked it and it said the device inserted in Slot 2 cannot be used.
    I tried blowing into it but that didn't help.
    My question is, can this be fixed?

    EDIT: Darn it; I spelled Nintendo wrong.
    Can a mod fix it? Please?
     
  2. OSW

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    Deleted your double post [​IMG]

    I have a memory card that usually only works if i eject and reinsert it while the console is still on, have you tried that already?

    Tried the other slot?

    If you're not concerned about the savegame losses... buy a new card? (dealextreme has a few cheapies).
     
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  4. OSW

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    Lol I see.
    Another thing, maybe the contacts aren'y touching properly. Try paper-trick as people use with DS flashcards. Wedge some paper or something thin underneath the contacts to make them stick out more. And clean the contacts.

    Otherwise, I'd suggest dismantling the card, see if anything is loose inside, clean it, and put back together.
    Take pics if that doesn't work, so someone might be able to identify any physical problems.
     
  5. MissingNo._
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    Sometimes if I clench it a little in my hands, I hear cracking coming from inside the card o.o
    I'll try it tomorrow; I'm heading to bed...

    And I can't take pics; I have no place to post them [​IMG]
    I need one; I'd love it if someone could recommend me a good one.