DSTT Broken?

Discussion in 'DSTT' started by MrDarkside, Oct 3, 2009.

  1. MrDarkside
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    So I have a DSTT, and it was working this morning. About an hour ago I go to turn it on and it just gave me a white screen with the warning screen showing faintly on the touch screen. I've tried formatting, using different firmware, etc, and nothing has worked. I assume the card itself is bricked, anyone else have this problem or have a solution? My DS seems to work fine otherwise.
     
  2. lolzed

    lolzed The GBAtemp Pichu

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    does the ds load to the ds firmware without the dstt?if so try blowing the dstt and the ds 1st slot,and also try putting the dstt more in(there are some tricks to that)maybe it's not just intact
     
  3. wyndcrosser

    wyndcrosser GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    It would seem like the micro SD card is your problem and if you have another one try that one. Also the inside connect point (the metal inside the flash card that connect to the metal of the SD card) may not be working, or the flash card's metal isn't being read by the DS system.

    Does that make sense? I tried being less technical.

    Wynd
     
  4. MrDarkside
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    Wow.. seemed to be a contact issue with the metal. Thanks a ton for the replies and help. Glad it still works. ^^;
     
  5. anaxs

    anaxs got milk, got candy

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    your moms jeans pocket
    if its a contact issue the best way to slove that is by using paper..but i had an r4 and it had contact issues too and i just taped my card to make it thicker so it would work

    but its up to you
     
  6. MrDarkside
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    Yeah, I'll probably do that. It hasn't been an issue till now, but I think to be on the safe side I'll tape it. Thanks again for the help.
     
  7. Jacinto009

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    Maybe you try formatting it in FAT32. I had this problem and I figured out that I had mistakenly formatted it in a different way.