EZIVClassicMiniSDTrascend and DSOrganize

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Apr 12, 2007
  1. Maktub
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    Tried both of chishm's patches, but it won't work properly on classic. Tried with both RData MiniSD and Trascend 2GB. Also on different EZIV flashcarts...
    Tried creating files with scribble, then it saves (only if patched with the slow SD dldi, the other one just froze) and then when I go back to the main, it's all fucking slowed down plus the browser is some screwed up (can't see some files on certain folders, mp3 this far).
    Then, if you restart it, no data is saved on the flashcart...
    Also, when playing mp3, if changing reproduction mode, gets frozen also. [​IMG] Heeeeelp...
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    try lowering speed settings
     
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    On the miniSD? How do you do that?
    Thanks.
     
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    Does dis mean that the Transcend mini SD (80x) is not a good issue to use with the EZ FLASH IV ?
     
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    Thanks, Athlon, but as I stated on the main post I already tried both of them...
    @hariboo: no, the transcend I used is not 80x.
     
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    To get DSO to work on ezIV you need to append the head on the .nds file, and then dldi patch it. [​IMG]

    DSOrganize_alpha3_with_header.rar has the header already appended ready for ezIV, just needs to be dldi patched iirc. [​IMG]

    EDIT: heh, Just read your post properly, looks like you already had the header appended or whatever which lets DSO actually load up on ezIV, it should work ok though, even with the alt dldi patch. :-/ Could always try defrag your miniSD card and whatnot. [​IMG] maybe backup and reformat.
     
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    Oh, really? Thanks a lot! Gonna try ASAP and tell you if it works [​IMG] Thanks!
     
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    Aw bugger... what crap!! Well, thanks anyway...
    Anyone knows any solution for this little pain in the ass?
     
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    hmmm... There are some things you could try. [​IMG]

    Is the kernel upto date on the ezIV? if not update it.

    Clean the contacts on the ezIV and the miniSD.

    Backup the miniSD, and then format it (remember, FAT only, and don't do a quick format).

    Use the latest win32 dldi patcher on the DSO binary I linked you.


    Can't think of much else at the mo, hope this helps. [​IMG]
     
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    Thanks a lot for your attention, but I tried that all T_T, remember I'm no noob with eziv [​IMG] Ah well, this really looks a lot like:
    crappy compatibility with eziv
    too slow miniSD [​IMG]
     
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    Heh, well if you get a new miniSD card, get a SD-S01GT (1GB) or a SD-S02GT (2GB), it's like the equivalent to the SD-C01G microSD which can come under various brands including kingston and toshiba (toshiba's I think are usually them models). They're cheap and are good cards. [​IMG]
     

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