DealExtreme GBA Clone Problem :c

Discussion in 'GBA - Hardware, Devices and Utilities' started by Yadomi, Jun 12, 2016.

  1. Yadomi
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    I can't charge my GBA. When i use its USB i get "Windows has stopped this device because it has reported problems. (Code 43)" error :c Please help me. This problem started after Kapersky -my antivirus program- delete something. I think i need driver can you help me ?
     

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  2. Drud1995

    Drud1995 GBAtemp Regular

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    If it's USB, can't you just charge it with a wall plug?
     
  3. FireEmblemGuy

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    I believe those particular clones had a built-in rewriteable flash memory for adding your own games, unless I'm thinking of a different system.

    As for the issue at hand: can you find logs of what Kaspersky deleted/removed? If so it'd probably make it a lot easier to diagnose. Sounds like a driver issue - if you can find it in the Device Manager, maybe try updating, rolling back, or even uninstalling and reinstalling the driver. Could also be a USB cable issue, but generally that just causes Device Not Recognized errors.
     
  4. Sliter

    Sliter GBAtemp Psycho!

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    thes ehave built in battery? ohh looks nice XD and about games in memory?

    Also evitate to plugs stuff con usb that are not wall plugs/adapters, sometimes them can burn out your pc/wii/anything with a motherboard :v
     
  5. koffieleut

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    I know some people who removed the charging port to put a mini usb port on it. It's a better connection then the included cable with that dx gba machine.
    And maybe you should look for an iso that you can reflash on your gba.