DSTWO not being recognised on 3DS

Discussion in 'Supercard' started by pmk010, Feb 1, 2014.

  1. pmk010
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    pmk010 GBAtemp Regular

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    Okay, so I have recently got back to using my 3DS and I wanted to use my DSTWO. After a friend of mine I lent it to updated it meant I had to source a DSLite which was reasonably easy. So after updating it with the newest firmware v1.25 if I recall correctly I then put it into my 3DS. It was not recognized so I do the usual. I clean the contacts, blow into the 3DS slot. Try out another game to eliminate the 3DS as the problem. I then reinstall the EOS, again no luck. However it works on the DSLite perfectly so I do not know what is wrong. My 3DS version is 7.0.0.
     
  2. Aeter

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    Might be one from the bad batch.
    You could check out the acekard contact issues topic and try some of those solutions.
     
  3. pmk010
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    pmk010 GBAtemp Regular

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    Bad batch? I doubt it, it has always worked before on my 3DS and works on my DSLite. It is a GBATemp special edition one, so there was only 1 batch.

    I flashed it with v1.19 then with v1.25 and it worked on my 3DS then when I took it back out and put it in again it came up with the same error.
     
  4. Wisenheimer

    Wisenheimer GBAtemp Fan

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    Good luck getting support. The instructions for setting it up were terrible. They did not even mention that you needed to format your card FAT32
     
  5. pmk010
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    pmk010 GBAtemp Regular

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    It seems a contact issue, and may I add that it is assumed you need to format your card fat32.
     
  6. Wisenheimer

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    Why would anyone "assume" that? Most cards are preformated in exfat these days. The setup instructions should include a list of which SD cards and file formats are supported.

    Japanese games from the 80's are more clear than DS2 instructions.



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  7. pmk010
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    pmk010 GBAtemp Regular

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    Well almost all microSDs used in flashcards are formatted or to be formatted in FAT32. I thought anyone in the flashcard scene would know this, sorry.
     
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