Help please! Memory card

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  1. Overwhelming
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    Overwhelming GBAtemp Fan

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    I need your help!

    I was copying Dragon Quest IX to my kingston memory card when suddenly the file transfer is cancelled. I see that the computer ceased to detect the memory card, so I tried again, but nothing.

    When I insert the usb card reader, it takes a long time to appear and when finally the icon appears, I click it and a message appears, after a few non-responsive seconds:


    Insert a disk in "Disco amovível G:"

    When I put it in my DSi XL, it works fine and I can play the games. But I can't make the computer detect and read the memory card!

    What should I do?! COuld it be the USB reader? It's the one that came with the Supercard DSTwo.
     
  2. Langin

    Langin GBAtemp's kpop addict

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    you should format it.
     
  3. Kittymat

    Kittymat GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    If its working on the DS and not in the computer get a new adapter.
     
  4. CamulaHikari

    CamulaHikari Kami Kurai

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    Get a new reader~! I have had the same thing with the reader I got when I bought my SD card.

    If you don't have a reader at hand and want to put something on the SD card, see if you have an mp player or something that you can normally put an SD card in. I use my mp3 player as card reader now. I put the ard in the mp3player plug the mp3 player into pc and I also get the message that an SD card is equiped with my player, I put the stuff on the SD card and take the player out, and yay I can play my gamezz~! [​IMG]
     
  5. Overwhelming
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    Thanks guys. I've bought kingston's usb card reader and it's working. The problem was, indeed, the card reader. [​IMG]
     
  6. fearofshorts

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    Glad to see it worked out. But please keep some backups. You have no idea how often we hear the worst-case scenario of a corrupted SD card and no backup.