1. rasimo

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    Hello everyone. I need some help.
    I have an EZ-FLASH Omega, I have created the folders in the SD and updated the firmware, but the roms were not working properly.

    I have formatted the whole SD and destroyed the boot.
    How can I fix it?

    Bye
     
  2. EZ-Flash2

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    What is the "Destroyed the boot sd"?
     
  3. rasimo

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    microsd card not detected by the ez-flash omega
     
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    What size is the SD card? Did you format it to FAT32 with 32K cluster size? And what files are on the root of the SD card now?
     
  5. rasimo

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    Yes, my sd 64 gb, I have put two folders with Kernel 1.07 and Firmware 7.0, Cheat Library, Thumbnails Pack, then I have updated it, and I have been able to enter the menu but the roms did not work, I have removed the sd card and I have formatted it. then I put the same thing on the sd and it no longer detects anything, it stays on the screen that says gameboy
     
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    Can you see a blue EZ-FLASH logo with white background screen? if not, maybe contact problem. Please use waterless alcohol to clean the metal part of the card and the slot of the game console.
     
  7. Localhorst86

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    What filesystem did you format it to? exFAT and FAT32 are compatible, but FAT32 is strongly recommended, NTFS is not compatible. Double check if you're not using an incompatible filesystem.
     
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    hello, it doesn't detect the sd card in any way, neither in fat32, nor anything else. I can't even clean the contacts, it stays on the gameboy screen in white.
     
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    does it show the "Nintendo" logo underneath the Gameboy logo? If not, the issue is not your SD card not being detected but your GBA not detecting the game cartridge. Try cleaning the contacts of the cartridge.
     
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