1. mhortet

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    I've been using my M3 with an old 2gb micro sd, no problems at all. Today I bought a 16gb sdhc, pasted everything that was inside the 2gb micro sd into the new one and it won't boot.
    I get to see the first loading screen, with the M3 logo, but I get stuck in a black screen after that. I tried formatting to fat32 and fat16, no luck. Only difference I can see between both micro sds are the size and the fact that the new, non-working one is sdhc.

    Is this a known problem, am I doing something wrong? Any potential solutions?
     
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  2. 7766243

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    if im not wrong M3 only supports up to 2gb
     
  3. mhortet

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    I just noticed this in the back part of the box in which the card came:
    "Supports the Micro SDHC specification, allowing for high capacity memory cards 4GB, 8GB..."

    So I guess it is not about SDHC nor the size.
     
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    After googling abit the M3 DS Real does support a 16gb sd card.

    You might wanna try doing a full format with panasonic sd formatter and see if that helps
     
  5. mhortet

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    I tried already. I tried all possible options with that Panasonic program and with the one from sdcard.org. So it probably is not about formatting the card either...
     
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