Bleach DS, Doesnt work at all!

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  1. Kurai
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    Doesn't work at all for me. Makes a save, Hangs on white screens, Maybe first incompatiable game that WON'T run at all? PLease test it out. Im using a Kingston 1gig (Japanese) Fat32. Can someone please test it, and tell me if it works?
     
  2. lilboymonkey

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    It works perfectly fine for me o.o
    I'm using a 1gb Kingston FAT
    Played for a while and have had no problems
     
  3. Kurai
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    Hmm, I might reformat my card to FAT format..
     
  4. BlueStar

    BlueStar GBAtemp Psycho!

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    Yep, works for me too.
     
  5. Kurai
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    Reformatting.
     
  6. Kurai
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    Works on Fat format, Mustn't be able to run on Fat32 =o
     
  7. Master Mo

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    I had some problems with my R4 on FAT16. So I think the best is to format the microSD to FAT. I actually thought the R4 could handle every format, such as FAT16 and 32!
     
  8. Killermech

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    FAT is FAT16 ;P
     
  9. Kurai
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    It has trouble with Fat32, Ive had a few random crashes with FF3 and Castlevania, So far with Fat i havent had them same lock ups haha
     
  10. YodaBoy

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    so basicly fat 16 is the way to go with r4 then?
     
  11. iamwhoiam

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    Yup, although i thought it always was anyways? FAT16 (aka FAT under windows) runs quicker than FAT32
     
  12. Destructobot

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    The advantages of FAT32 are minimal for flashcarts. There are generally not enough files on the SD cards for the smaller cluster size to save much space, and microSD cards currently do not exceed the 2GB size limit of FAT.