New supercard sd manufactured cheaper?

Discussion in 'Supercard' started by adgloride, Mar 7, 2007.

Mar 7, 2007
  1. adgloride
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    Member adgloride Its A Wii Wario

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    I've had supercard sds in the past and bought one for a friend. The old ones used to show up no sd in slot when no sd was put in the slot. These seem to either give a white screen or just boot up to the ds menu when no sd is inserted. The supercard sd is an original one and works fine with an sd card in the slot. This is the second one as the last one had a faulty sd slot when it arrived, so I had to get it replaced. A few other people have been complaining about faulty supercards as well. Them changing them a little may be the reason, cheaper chips maybe?
     
  2. spas

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    Mine has just given up the ghost when I try and use it I turned it on and the menu flicks up for a second then gos to a white screen I have tried EVERYTHING!.

    format SD
    another gb
    cleaned both items out
    tried putting firmware on again

    ALL to no avail
     
  3. eseyo1

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    I've bought two Supercard lites and I've never had any problems with them. Supercard SD does not have as many features and, as you mentioned, I think they are more prone to problems.
     

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