Accessing the SD-Card via Wlan?

Discussion in 'Acekard' started by Within, Aug 17, 2010.

  1. Within
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    Hey Guys,

    ive got a DSi with the Acekard2i and everything works fine, even going online via wlan. After i updated my OS to Win7 i cant access my micro SD Card on my anymore (but it still works fine with the DS), so i wondered if theres a way to access the SD Card directly from my pc through the DS/Acekard? Would save alot of trouble and time.
    Thanks in advance.
     
  2. tk_saturn

    tk_saturn GBAtemp Psycho!

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    You can use DSFTP, but obviously you'll need to put the MicroSD card into a PC to get DSFTP onto it.
     
  3. Smiths

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    how did windows 7 break your microSd card reading?

    got a different reader?
     
  4. SparkFenix

    SparkFenix GBAtemp Fan

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    Get your reader's driver, assuming you have a laptop
     
  5. Hakoda

    Hakoda GBAtemp Addict

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    There is a way to do this but the preferred way is to check your card reader's driver and just update whatever you need manually.

    I was stuck in this situation when my MicroSD just would not be read by my computer. The only homebrew I had was DSOrganize at the time. I fired up the DSO homebrew DB and downloaded the unarchiver tool homebrew (I don't know the exact name) . Then I fired up the web browser and went to the DSFTP site and downloaded the ZIP file and unarchived it using the homebrew. Then using DSO I edited the config file for DSFTP and set up an FTP server and transferred all my saves and reformatted my MicroSD and then I reinstalled AKAIO and I was stable [​IMG] If you'd like step by step instructions I can give you those if you are stuck in this situation.