FAT Error

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Oct 8, 2012

FAT Error by SekiTimewalker at 11:21 PM (2,252 Views / 0 Likes) 4 replies

  1. SekiTimewalker
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    Newcomer SekiTimewalker Advanced Member

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    So, I'm playing Pokemon White 2 on my SuperCard, and my friend is having me download some games for him. Pokemon Black 2, Dragon Quest IX, and Pokemon Conquest all give me FAT Error. I've tried redownloading the games, formatting and redownloading the firmware, and messing with settings. None of them work. He's on AKAIO 1.9.0.
     
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    Did he update using the latest Beta firmware? From personal experience I know that it causes FAT errors sometimes with bigger microSD cards.
     
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    It is a 4 GB microSD card. I don't know if it is the beta version, I just know it is 1.9.0 from the site. Also, Yu-Gi-Oh Championship 2010 is also not working. It either gives a FAT error or gets stuck at loading.
     
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    assuming the issue is not a contact issue, msd seating issue, and that the card has been correctly formatted...

    try formatting the msd card with 16k clusters for those larger games.

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    That seemed to work. Thanks.
     

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