memory card corrupted 1.7+ak2+usercheat up

Discussion in 'Acekard' started by jaywilson, Jun 8, 2010.

  1. jaywilson
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    jaywilson GBAtemp Fan

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    was messing around with usercheat up it failed to load whats new, it turned itself off, restarted the ds system file missing, checked the card on my computer, card used to be called 'acekard 2' now it's called 'eSquardon'? all my files are gone and bunch of weird files are now there, which i'm guessing are something to do with cheat files because some of those games i've never had.
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    i remember this happening to me before and i was told to checksum or something i cant really remember?

    can anyone help? sorry if i explained it bad
     
  2. spark1223

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    Which files do you rememver having? I'd do a disk check and then re-format.
     
  3. Matthew

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    Reformat is probaly your only option.
     
  4. jaywilson
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    chkdsk! that was it not chksum or something
    how do i do that?


    akaio files
    nds roms
    gba roms
    homebrew folders and files ect
     
  5. spark1223

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    If your using windows, right click on the drive and go to properties, tools tab, and error checking and click check now and start a scan. Dont forget to tell it to fix the errors if any.
     
  6. KevInChester

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    That is a funky error, hopefully chkdsk will help, do what Spark1223 suggest. As for the name, Esquadron = Star Wars Elite Squadron I believe, how on earth a cheat file managed to do that to your card though I haven't a clue.
     
  7. spark1223

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    Its probably a serious file system error, or atleast whatever happened caused a serious file system error
     
  8. tajio

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    I think you'll have to reformat [​IMG] but use SD Panasonic Formatter.