How do you format your R4DS?

Discussion in 'R4 DS' started by Canonbeat234, Nov 27, 2008.

  1. Canonbeat234
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    Canonbeat234 Redeemed Temper

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    I'm still having the same problem with DoS, I don't know why its only happening on that game only!? I mean PoR runs like a charm but without the two white screens of death. I even use the non-trim version of DoS which I did beaten Julius Mode then I decided to beat story mode. Now I don't know why I'm getting the white screens of death when I was just playing it today!?

    So can someone tell me how do you format your SD card in detail so I can re-beat DoS on story mode again. Thank you... =)
     
  2. ENDscape

    ENDscape REBORN! I will post with my Dying Will!!!

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    You insert your microsd in the computer, click on My Computer icon, then find your microsd ([Name of your microsd] (X:), right click and click on format.
     
  3. Canonbeat234
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    Which format should I choose then? FAT32 or FAT?
     
  4. Canonbeat234
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    Canonbeat234 Redeemed Temper

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    Come on I need to know so I 'WON'T' corrupt my SD Card =/
     
  5. TrolleyDave

    TrolleyDave Philosolosophising

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    You really should wait more than 8 minutes for a reply before getting shirty about it. Use FAT32.
     
  6. Canonbeat234
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    Thank you.
     
  7. InuYasha

    InuYasha Professional Coke Fiend

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    Doesn't matter what you use it won't corrupt your memory card......
     
  8. Rayder

    Rayder Mostly lurking lately....

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    FAT is a little faster than FAT32
     
  9. tigerx87

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    oh make sure you "safely remove hardware" on your PC before disconnecting the card, it helped me out with the corruption.
     
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