The card I have is an Ultra FlashPass 1.0 Gb. It's just a slot-1 deal, there's no slot-2 device or anything. Here's a picture of it for further clarification. Currently, the only way I can load stuff on and dump stuff off of it is to use an old version of ufpex, 220.127.116.11. If I try using a more recent version of that software, I just get a blank menu when I start up my DS. x_x Hopefully, that's enough to identify what this is. Anyhow, I'd like to upgrade the card's firmware so that I don't have to mess around with that hoop and have better support for savetypes. There's also something I hear about that one can change the savetype settings for games without reloading all the data from a PC, which would just be raw awesomeness for me. So, I have no problems loading udisk.nds onto my card, and running it. I do a full format, and everything checks out good. I'm then prompted to copy menu.dat to the card. This is where I'm having the problem. Turn off DS. Plug card into computer. Windows XP doesn't recognize the drive as a USB drive. It just shows up as "Removable Disk" on My Computer. So, uh, are there some drivers or something that I need to download for Windows, or is this just one of the instances where I should just go, "Screw it, birthday's coming up anyways, get a better flash card"?