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Discussion in 'R4 DS' started by .Chris, Jan 15, 2011.
Is there any way to make an original R4 read an SDHC 4 Gigabyte SD Card?
No, i don't think so. I believe it is hardware related.....
If you can find one of those spiffy and not very cost effective 4GB non-SDHC microSDs, then sure.
You seriously have no fucking idea what you're talking about, do you?
I'm pretty sure it's the opposite: We have no firetrucking idea about what he's talking about.
I think he used google translate..
That aside, find one of those R4 clones (They're like fucking 5 bucks) that support your 4GB SDHC.
Have you ever attempted to firetruck something? Not recommended.
In response to the question. Nuh-uh. Nadda. No way. There are some non-SDHC slightly higher capacity MicroSD cards out there, but not only are they kind of difficult to find, they're fairly costly for what you get. You're better off having two 2gb TF cards at that rate.
Last time I tried to firetruck something, they called the police cars.
Most likely a spammer. Check all the past post all are random junk.
@OP: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx...N82E16820178233 It would be cheaper to buy another flash cart that supports sdhc
That's actually an SDHC card: http://www.newegg.com/Product/ImageGallery...0P-SDU4G4IN1-FS
Non-SDHC 4GB cards are in the ~$60 range.
they have it marked wrong then, Bastards. I guess newegg does not even have them cause that was the only one in the 4gb microSD card area
I have never been able to find one. Where do they sell them?
The adapter is marked SD, but the actual card itself is clearly marked SDHC.
Barely anybody made them and they were made for a very short period, so you're very unlikely to find one... and as mentioned with the price people will want for them, a better flash cart and 8GB can be cheaper.
R4i SDHC Gold (.com version) runs a version of Wood R4 anyway...