Getting to know my iEDGE

Discussion in 'EDGE' started by shin kai, Sep 1, 2010.

Sep 1, 2010

Getting to know my iEDGE by shin kai at 5:17 AM (984 Views / 0 Likes) 2 replies

  1. shin kai
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    Newcomer shin kai Newbie

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    So far, I love my iEDGE. Mostly because it feels very similar to how the CycloDS is that my brother had. I have a DSi with 1.4U firmware so I needed to find another flash card that supported 1.4.

    I had a question that every now and then, more likely to happen after long periods of not playing DS, that whenever I press A on the Sudoku icon on the main menu of DSi, I sometimes get the message that "An error has occurred...", the same one that usually appears when you place a flash card that doesn't support 1.4 firmware and try to run it.

    Usually it's no big deal since I just restart and everything is OK. But I'm just curious to know whether the same thing happens for any other iEDGE owners or maybe EDGE owners too.
     
  2. trumpet-205

    Member trumpet-205 Embrace the darkness within

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    So far my iEDGE is working perfectly fine. But I'm guessing maybe it is contact issue? Try to slide a paper underneathe iEDGE to see if that helps.
     
  3. shin kai
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    Newcomer shin kai Newbie

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    Thanks it so far hasn't done the "An error has occurred message" in a while so until it really doesn't do it anymore, it could be the contact point.

    I was relooking at the instructions for setting it up the first time and I remembered that I must have turned the DS off a couple times without looking at the card itself. I thought seeing the white screen was bad but it wasn't until the 3rd time or so that I realized the card was just flashing itself. I got it to flash correctly, I just don't know if me turning off the DS those first couple of times when it's flashing itself might have damaged it.
     

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