i recently purchased a fake/cloned supercard mini sd knowing they have issues i took the gamble and it worked fine for about a month or so. then last week i started having issues with games loading and the cart would sometimes not be seen by my gba sp or would have a garbled Nintendo logo. out of curiosity i looked here http://forum.supercard.sc/thread-4704-1-1.html and seen some people where putting paper behind the PCB but to me this seemed like a temporary solution and also didn't work to well for me was a hit and miss solution. though one person mentions soldering the flash chip in the thread so upon further inspection i noticed the solder joints on the chips of the supercard mini sd looked kind of dull as if they may be corroded or some of the joints may be dry, only thing left for me to do having nothing to loose was to reflow the solder on the chips with some flux... all of them to be sure to get the culprit. i applied the flux past to the contacts on all of the chips then took my soldering iron and carefully heated up the pins on each chip till the solder became shiny i did this for each chip twice to be sure of there being no dry joints. This worked very well the card has worked flawlessly now with no issues for the past 3 days. some pics the reflowed solder joints i just thought i'd put this here for anyone who might have issues with supercard mini sd's they may have purchased recently.