Corrupted DS File Program

Discussion in '3DS - Flashcards & Custom Firmwares' started by RedSpyGentlemen, May 28, 2014.

  1. This is giving me too much stress. I got a new 32 micro sd and I copied and pasted the files from my old micro sd and plopped it in there. I expected it to work, but what do I get? Some shitty "Program herr not fuonnnd".

    Some background info:
    Card: R4i Gold RTS (R4ids.cn-nds-card.com)
    Fake? Nope. Old micro sd card I used to use WAS FAKE.
    Wood version? Latest from the r4ids.cn official website.
    Patch? Yes I patched it after it not working.
    Games not working? Animal Crossing is the only WORKING rom. Other roms are NOT working, and yes they are not corrupted. I used a computer emulator to test that.
    Faulty SD? Nope. The SD works like a charm, been playing the games that could WORK with this card.

    Help... :c
    Tried using the parasonic sd formatter, nope. Tried a full format with Microsoft's SD formatter.
    Card details: Micro Sd 32 gb, Class 10.
     
  2. KazoWAR

    KazoWAR GBAtemp Advanced Maniac

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    if the old card was fake and you are copying the files off of it then you are copying the damaged files.
     
  3. Yeah, I thought of that. Then I tried redownloading the roms *cough* and it didn't work still.
    I reformatted the card fresh and redownloaded everything from the interwebs. Nope, Wood boots but no NDS files are usable.
     
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    Just wondering, the name of the site on your card is different from the site you downloaded wood kernel from. Aren't they supposed to be the same?
     
  6. I'm positive this isn't a fake card. This will take atleast 1 hour and I won't post till tomarrow cuz i gotta go to sleep.
     
  7. I downloaded the kernal from r4ids.cn
     
  8. Please help, i'll be posting tomorrow. I need suggestions on fixing this, ASAP. :C
     
  9. bowser

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    When you format the microSD, choose FAT as the file system.
     
  10. There is only fat32, ntfs or exfat.
     
  11. gamesquest1

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    Have you tried a smaller SD just to rule it out as an issue, any old sd like 2gb or something, I doubt it's down to the formatting, but sometimes things just take a disliking to specific cards, if all else fails it could be a faulty r4 card
     
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  12. Reecey

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    Its your Micro-SD card, its faulty, accept it, it can happen! Either send it back and get a refund or swap it for another. Mine went faulty after just 2 weeks!!! I had to send it back for a refund and purchase another.
     
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  13. Damn, ok.
     
  14. bowser

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    Are you not getting the FAT option even in the Windows formatting tool? Or only in the Panasonic SD formatter?
     
  15. Anything over 4gb is not supported by fat.
     
  16. migles

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    my dad works for nintendo.
    you can always resize the partition to 2gb and then you have fat, i guess...
     
  17. That would destroy the point why I got the 32 micro sd...
     
  18. hippy dave

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    You can format it to fat, you just need to use a different program (like the Panasonic one), not the built-in Windows formatter which imposes that limit for no good reason.
    Edit: I'm talking about fat32, meh
     
  19. Will try, thanks.