ez-flash IV cant find disc

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Feb 23, 2010

ez-flash IV cant find disc by irchief at 2:43 PM (1,984 Views / 0 Likes) 7 replies

  1. irchief
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    Lol i have no idea why this is bothering me so much but it is

    i purchased an ez-flash IV and no matter what i do i get a cant find disc error. I have tried updating the firmware but all i get is a black screen. I know the battery is charges because i left it on with my gba plugged for 2 hours, then unplugged for 2 hours.


    i hope someone here can help me cause im seriously out of ideas, and im usually pretty tech savvy [​IMG]
     
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    Member how_do_i_do_that Blue Wizard is about to die.

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    The battery is not rechargable.


    Did you even buy a miniSD and put in the EZ-IV?
     
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    i did not purchase a miniSD, but it did come with a micro sd>mini sd converter, so thats what i have been using.

    also, as far as all the other sites tell me, the battery Is chargable, and thats how you get it to work in the first place.
     
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    This is true for the EZ 3-in-1, but the EZ4 battery is definitely rechargable. It even states so in the documentation itself. I would think it would run without a charged or functional battery anyway, it just wouldn't be able to retain saves.
     
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    Member how_do_i_do_that Blue Wizard is about to die.

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    The more recent ones on the market, the ones that come in the cheap cardboard box and plastic have a NON-rechargable CR-2025 battery. It doesn't matter what the text file says or what everyone else says, those reviews where done when the damn thing came in a wooden box and everything.

    The rechargable VL-2025 have to be recharged every 3 to 4 months. One of my EZ-IV have been sitting around for over a year and it still has the save file from then. A rechargable battery would have lost it's charge by then.



    @irchief
    Did you flash the bin file to the flashcart?
    If you didn't, read the EZ-IV review again and read the section about setting it up again.
     
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    will do, and i will post my results in a bit

    thank you

    edit: ok i re read it and all it says is to drag the .bin file onto my card. are you reffering to holding R to install the firmware? because thats my problem in the first place.
     
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    then it would be a bad miniSD adapter.

    I would try finding a place near where you live that sells a cheap 1gb microSD with miniSD adapter for under 10 bucks. Or just look for one online on newegg or something.
     
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    +1

    This has happened to me many times. Those DX adapters are crazy faulty. I get 2 working ones for every 10 I buy.
     

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