1. asasega

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    i've done today a low level format on my G6Lite(english)(due to some problems with GBA backups)
    and after that i got 1GB space instead of 512MB
    i don't know if this is a bug or something else
    what do you think? has happend this before to someone?
     
  2. sixb0nes

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    Most likely a bug, since it's impossible for extra space to be "generated." Try copying more then 512mb of data and see what happens
     
  3. asasega

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    i've done some testing today
    indeed i have 1GB space, i can copy 1GB to the flashcard, i can copy, delete etc
    but 100% is a bug because after i disconnect the card and reconnect there are some weird chinese files on the card that i can't delete, and i don't have acces to all the space on the card(need a re-format)
    the problem is i can't do a low level format to 512MB, the mutility(from G6Lite CD) is always seeing my card as a 1GB card
    is there a method to set this program to 512MB?

    update:
    i've found the problem
    i always got problems when i put on the card more data then 230MB
    so my G6Lite 4Gb in reality is a 2Gb version(sold like a 4Gb version)
    to users who has problems running games, always delete some games(maybe you have the same problem like me)
     
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