Best Flash Cart With 2Gig Sd Card

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Jun 5, 2007
  1. rsx19
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    um i got the sandisk 2gig made in taiwon and i was ondering which flachcart would be the best to use on it

    cause i heard thats the m3/rd ds crash since its so slow

    and i heard tha tthe ezflash 1in 3 just doesnt run POR


    help?
     
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    What the hell? EZ Flash 1 in 3? And M3 Simply/R4DS use MicroSD cards..?
     
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    they all do

    so some one help me

    i heard the m3/r4 ds crash with 2 gig

    and that the ez flash 3 in 1 just doesnt run POR

    help >.
     
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    Err.. The EZ Flash 3in1 is a separate slot 2 card used only for single GBA games, RAM and rumble. So obviously it cannot run POR.

    If you're talking about the EZFlash V (slot1) it would be an okay choice since the hybrid patcher would allow you to play games you normally couldn't (eg. Castlevania: POR)

    The R4 and M3 are alright though. If you really need to play Castlevania you may have to purchase it if you buy an R4. The R4/M3S are simple to use, but the EZV isn't exactly hard to use either (requires a savelist - this is probably the most irritating thing about it)

    EDIT: I'm quite sure about the EZV being able to run Castlevania: POR with a Sandisk 2GB microSD and hybrid mode - but I don't see why it wouldn't.
     
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    4saken is right or he is thinking of the EZV bundle? But the 3-IN1 is a slot 2 solution which requires a slot 1 or bundle.

    I suggest the R4/M3 DS and/or spend about 10 bucks more and get an N-Card clone which runs all games perfectly with no fuss. I especially suggest that route if you are computer illiterate. This is not a put down but rather a helpful bit of advice to save you some trouble.

    And welcome to the DS homebrew scene!

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    Well since he already has the 2GB card, he shouldn't need to spend any more money on an N-card (though he should have gotten a 2GB n-card in the first place if he wanted 100% compatibility).

    The R4/M3S can use Sandisk 2GB cards, but you may suffer longer loading times (usually a negligible difference) and the inability to play the new Castlevania without freezing.

    However I am quite sure you can patch the rom for EZ-V (the slot 1 card) using the hybrid patcher and make it run without crashing on most slower cards.
     
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    SanDisk 2GB (Taiwan) 1.03 & Fat16 freezes at times during play

    i dont want this to happen

    i dont like the 3 in 1 since its side loaded and not spring loaded

    man i told my dad to get trancend cards >.
     
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    The EZ 3 in 1 is not microSD loaded. You're confusing it with either the EZ-V slot 1 card, or the EZ-V bundle.

    Transcend cards aren't that great either. If you didn't want it to happen with 2GB cards you should have gotten an N-card.
     
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    Or maybe the EZF4 Lite series? [​IMG]
     
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    Or that, but most likely he's thinking that the 3in1 means the slot1 card with the slot 2 expansion.
     
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    zzz

    so what do i get then happy nothing confusing
     
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    i already got my micro sd's
     
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    Your posts are.. cryptic.

    Okay. Just get the R4 and deal with Castlevania: POR and Tony Hawk stuffing up, OR get an EZ-V Slot 1 (and the 3in1 expansion if you want to play GBA/use browser/have rumble) and bear with the side loading slot (which some think is a good thing actually).
     
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    so it wont freeze up cause thats whats ive been hearing from the sandisk 2 gig taiwan
     
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    It will freeze often on the R4/M3 Simply (I've heard reports of it not freezing - but it's very unlikely). It has a reduced chance of freezing on the EzFlash-V through the use of the hybrid patcher
     
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    k that helps alot
     

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