CycloDS File View Changed...

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May 25, 2008
  1. Joujoudoll
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    I am not sure where I should post this, so I am just going to post it here and if it needs to be moved, then please move it. [​IMG]

    I was using my CycloDS earlier and I was on DSOrganize. I wanted to see if I could connect to any wi-fi connections...

    When I turned the DS off and back on, I went to play some games under the games section on the CycloDS, and all the files changed from just showing the name of the game, to the actual file name.

    I am curious if anyone else has had this issue, and what I can do to change it back to the way it was? I don't like the file names because all of the games are out of alphabetical order.

    Any advice/help would be greatly appreciated!
     
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    I feel like the biggest retard on this planet... After doing some research, it turns out that if you press the X button while looking at the games, it will change the file view to show the name of the file instead of the game... *sigh* I'm stupid.
     
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    Don't worry about it. Common mistake. Now you know you can help the next person who asks [​IMG]
     
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    You can also tap the top right of the screen where it says File View for the same result.
     
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    picture is a fail...
     
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    I was just thinking that... I was beginning to think maybe I caused ESD (ElectroStatic Discharge) and maybe scrambled my microSD's brains or something, or possibly the card was going bad. I had just bought this card, so I was kind a little concerned at first.

    Just remember. it only takes 100 volts to fry a microSD chip... If you take two pieces of paper and rub them together and pull them apart, that's 20,000 volts of electricity. So, it's quite easy when the weather is really wet to store more electricity in your body and cause more ESD. Sucks doesn't it?

    I am curious if ESD can go through the plastic on those microSD cards.
     
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    If you had really fried your MicroSD, you would be seeing a lot more problems than filenames not appearing correctly. [​IMG]
     
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    Lol yeah, I realize that now... But it is possible to shock it a little and it ends up a little messed up, but not totally ruined.

    I feel so stupid though, I didn't realize that pressing X would change the games menu like that.

    Hehehehehe *laughs at her own stupidity*
     
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    wut and wut
     
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    Explain?
     
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    What? You didn't understand what I was saying? Erm...
     

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