How did you format your Kingston (Japan) TF

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  1. FAT (no special cluster size)

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  2. FAT with different cluster size (name it)

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  3. FAT32 (no special cluster size)

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  1. SpaceJump
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    SpaceJump GBAtemp Psycho!

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    How did you format your Kingston (Japan) TF to run Castlevania - Portrait of Ruin without freezes? I hear a lot of different answers. So let's see in a poll what the majority has.
     
  2. Kurai

    Kurai GBAtemp Regular

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    I just done Fat, no cluster size because i dont even know how to do that.
     
  3. sickofyou

    sickofyou Member

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    FAT 16. as for the cluster.... it didnt have that option when i formatted mine.
     
  4. ydnar64

    ydnar64 Advanced Member

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    I was lazy, i just used windows to format it into Fat32. I didn't specify anything else besides the name for the memory. I haven't had any problems so that seems to be a working method. But i also haven't tried Castelvania POR
     
  5. Blightfire

    Blightfire Member

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    You need to go>
    Control panel>administrative tools> computer management:Disk Management tab

    format from there and the default allocation size option would be the cluster size..
     
  6. decept

    decept GBAtemp Regular

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    Is a poll actually neccessary?
     
  7. Kurai

    Kurai GBAtemp Regular

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    Does it affect you in anyway?
     
  8. SpaceJump
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    SpaceJump GBAtemp Psycho!

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    Yes, so we know how the majority formatted their card. May I ask you if your post was necessary?
     
  9. WiiDSbold

    WiiDSbold Member

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    FAT32/ 8192

    never had a freeze [​IMG]
     
  10. ajjav924

    ajjav924 GBAtemp Regular

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    I just formatted to the default fat system. it works fine.
     
  11. 111111111

    111111111 GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    I didn't, I left it as it came.

    Which was FAT16, 16k clusters iirc.
     
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