Micro sd problem

Discussion in 'NDS - Flashcarts and Accessories' started by SlimShady, Sep 3, 2010.

  1. SlimShady

    SlimShady Member

    Aug 24, 2010
    Basically, my sister left her Ds and DSTT on my uncle's van and my uncle's daughter fought over it. And my uncle took it away from his daughters and gave it back to my sister. When he gave it back the micro sd card was in the opposite side in the DSTT. I took it out and put it in the ride side. Then turned on the DS and it came into the "Loading screen" stayed there for a few minutes. So then I thought to put in the computer and check the files. I did, so I put it on my micro sd card adapter and plugged it on my computer. I waited for the usual screen to tell me how to open the micro sd files. but it didn't come, so I went to computer and removable disk F: and it lagged. I thought to take it out micro sd card and blow on it to make it work again. So I did, and when I took out the micro sd card. It was hot, like really hot, I wondered how it got so hot? If it was cool a second ago, I kept trying to put it in and out, and the same thing, It was still hot. I don't know if it's hardware problem or something else, And It is my sisters fault for leaving her dstt and ds on my uncles car and it's also my uncle's daughters fault too. But I wanna try to find out why this overheating happens and why doesn't the micro sd card load on the computer. Thanks for taking you time and reading this. I don't know if it's in the right section >.< So bear with me and please if you can help just post it and I'll try [​IMG]
  2. haddad

    haddad GBAtemp Advanced Maniac

    Aug 12, 2010
    Well my micro sd also sometimes get's hot when I am formatting or copying/moving/deleting large files. But if your computer cannot read it correctly. That means u need to get a new one >_
  3. smellyunicorn

    smellyunicorn Advanced Member

    Jul 20, 2010
    United States
    Yeah this happened to me. It was with my 32mb microSD. I just lost a bunch-o pictures. Try a program called tesk-disk.