DSTT MicroSD Reader

Discussion in 'DSTT' started by 346L3, Jan 9, 2008.

  1. 346L3
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    346L3 Member

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    I got my DSTT in the mail today [​IMG]
    Everything worked but the microsd reader, when i put my sd card in the reader and then plug it in the computer windows always says that there is a error and one time it said to connect it to a usb 2.0 port which is the only kind of usb port my computer has. Because of this i had to use the reader i got with the r4. Another problem i have is that when i try to go to the folder where the games are located in with DSO it freezes. This never happened with my r4.
     
  2. TaeK

    TaeK GBAtemp Regular

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    Are you sure you pushed the microSD ALL THE WAY IN? The reader that comes with the TTDS has 'springback' contacts so it takes a bit of force to push it in.
     
  3. 346L3
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    The microsd is all the way in. Is there any drivers i could download that could fix this problem?
    Also is there any leds on the reader indicating usage?
     
  4. bxjoe

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    Not having any problem with the sd reader myself, but I am curious about the second part of your question...I can't getting any homebrew to load through DSOrganzie either. It always freezing with 2 white screens after briefly showing a message "Patching DIDL....something something" Anyone else have this problem??
     
  5. lcdec

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    Mine reader doesn't even fit, the microsd card is so hard to take out too.
     
  6. helpme

    helpme GBAtemp Fan

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    i tryed to use mine twice & both times it corrupted my card & made half of my card full so i would have to format to get the whole of my card back
    so mine went in the bin