is this an gba flashcard?

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Jun 1, 2009

is this an gba flashcard? by Langin at 5:44 PM (934 Views / 0 Likes) 6 replies

  1. Langin
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    Probably, but you'd most likely have to have a linker cable to flash anything to it, and it doesn't look like that's included in the package.

    According to someone on the DX forum for that product:
     
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    personally, I would stay away from most of the stuff on Dealextreme. It my be cheap but a lot of it is way to much hassle to get things working. The stuff they have is also not always the best made stuff.


    BTW, Since I am a super grammar Nazi, I realized that you said "an gba flashcard" when it should be "a gba flashcard" as gba does not begin with a vowel. "an" is only to be used when the word after it begins with a vowel.
     
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    where can I buy a good gba flashcard? and teendev I will try to after my grammer!
     
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    The supercard is a gba/nds flash linker. That means it plays both nds and gba games.
    The gba performance of the card is usually slow "games not running at full speed"
    and is not recommended solely for gba usage.

    However, from the same site you have listed there is a much better alternative.
    http://www.flashlinker-shop.com/ez-flash-i...nisd-p-443.html
    The EZ Flash IV flashcart line are very good in terms of compatibility and speed.
    The site you are looking at is charging a large price for the item. I suggest looking
    around on google for the EZ Flash IV and trying to find a cheaper price.

    If anything is unclear don't be afraid to ask a question.
     
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    then my next question is where can I buy an good gba flashcard for an good price?
     

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