My pc will not read my sd card anymore

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Jul 1, 2010
  1. Langin
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    Member Langin GBAtemp's kpop addict

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    Well I just got my Supercard dstwo, and I had a 4 gb Dane Elec sd card with MUCH files and imported saves on it. I did add a game and after that my sc dstwo will not read my sd card anymore! The same for my pc but my dsi did read it! My computer(you know program) freezes after I start it. I tried multiple devices but still no result.

    It happened after I used The sd card reader from dstwo.


    List of devices I tried:

    Laptop:(testing)
    Dsi: WORKS WTF
    wii: Works
    Dstwo micro sd card reader: Fucxk it does not work
    MSI star reader: The best thing eva! (still nothing)(all other cards work on it)
    SCdstwo: System files are missing(ds) error blah on dsi xl

    Updates pending.(grammar etc.)


    BUG UPDATE:

    What file where on it?

    -15 DS roms
    -25 GBA roms
    - 3 saves (I worked years on these! [​IMG] )
    -ALL MY FUCKING SYSTEM FILES
     
  2. phenoM

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    Try to erase the sd card reader's driver.
    Then re-install it ( download the driver from the MSI website if it from where comes your laptop ).
    May the driver of the DSTwo's driver is in conflict with some others.

    But one advice, you should use another sd card for you DSTwo [​IMG] It'll avoid you to loose all your datas.
     
  3. Langin
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    Member Langin GBAtemp's kpop addict

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    I updated my post! You should read it but I gonna give it a try!


    This sd card was fine but I want to get my data back! [​IMG]
     
  4. Krestent

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    I'm not sure if this will work, but you can certainly try it. Use the network load feature of the HBC to run FTPii, so you can connect to your Wii remotely and get your data off the SD card. Then you could use a USB loader that supports SD to format the card, then format it back to FAT32 on your computer.
     
  5. Langin
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    all right I gonna try it!
     

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