Help! R4 PROBLEM!!

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  1. hyhfct
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    So I was just messing around with the R4 files, and I decided I needed the last R4 kernel 1.54 (well that's what I think) but that ain't important. I was using kernel 1.18, and after when I tried deleting all the files, there was the 'theme' file. WHICH I COULDN'T DELETE!! I could delete all the other themes, but theme03 was impossible. The folder had 122 GB!!!! And I couldn't delete the contents, not even with Unlocker! So what can I do to get rid of this folder and it's files???!

    *** Well I fixed it, and still my R4 is stuck on the loading screen. How do I fix that? My R4 card is fine, but is it the files that aren't right?
     
  2. Slyakin

    Slyakin See ya suckers

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    Just format it with the Panasonic SD Formatter (I think).
     
  3. tk_saturn

    tk_saturn GBAtemp Psycho!

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    If it has 122GB, your MicroSD card is corrupt. Insert the MicroSD card into a PC, right click and select properties, goto tools and click the error checking button. It will then run chkdsk.
     
  4. hyhfct
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    Thanks, I deleted the file, but I still can't play the R4. It's stuck at the Loading... screen. Can you tell me what folders and files I'm suppose to have out?
    The files I have are : Games
    _system_ - folder
    moonshl - folder
    _DS_MENU - dat, configuration settinga, system file, .nds file.
    r4dldi - dat
    R4MENU - system file, arp file.
    R4patch - dat
    Any of these files I have to delete or something?
     
  5. fearofshorts

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    Nothing wrong with the R4, just give it a re-format with the Panasonic SD Formatter.