Copying via cable with Acekard RPG

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Jan 5, 2008
  1. azotyp
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    Member azotyp GBAtemp Maniac

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    I have a question, is it only me or more people encounter slow copying speed via cable with acekard rpg.
    When I plug usb reader, copying speed is 6-10x faster than copying by cable to nand flash, (using the same usb port in computer). Is there any program or something that can fasten this up ?
     
  2. golden

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    Don't know about you but the copying rates for me are almost as fast as my micro SD reader/writer. A 64MB rom takes about 10seconds for me to copy on my NAND.
     
  3. OSW

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    the nand flash is always gonna be slower. i doubt you'll be able to speed it up much.

    However i don't find it that slow at all. maybe half as slow as the using a microsd card.
     
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    To me it's a bit slow, starts slow but later the speed up, but it's no tooooooo slow...
     
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    I haven't noticed any difference.
    The USB controller is probably of lower quality than that of your card reader.
     
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    works fine for me...
     
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    Different types of memory=different read/write speeds
     

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