Problem with USB acknowledging my N-Card

Discussion in 'Other Flashing Hardware & Software' started by rcommee, Jul 29, 2008.

  1. rcommee
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    rcommee Newbie

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    I have Windows Vista 32 Home Premium
    I have a 1.44 firmware
    I have a slot-2 usb reader. (cord from ds to pc)

    I have had connection problems off and for months. Sometimes it takes a computer restart, sometimes it takes a few.

    I was wondering if there was some way I could force the USB to recognize my N-Card?


    Also I read to never use your N-Card with a MAC, and to never update it with Windows.

    So my question is, how do I update my card without Windows or MAC?

    Any help is appreciated. Thanks in advance. =D
     
  2. leinad

    leinad GBAtemp Fan

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    its 'not recommented' to update it with Windows Vista =/ the card was kinda desingned for XP, so getting it work on other systems is hard...

    @Update, As I heard, there is a update way without using a computer, but since Ive traded my N-Card for a DSTT [[​IMG] hell, DSTT sux, the hype it got was without any reason...] I cant say anything about it >.
     
  3. rcommee
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    rcommee Newbie

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    Cool. And as for the USB issue?

    (Yes, I have tried restarting, unplugging and plugging everything in and out. Have made sure everything is secure.)

    What is holding my N-Card back from syncing with my PC?
     
  4. leinad

    leinad GBAtemp Fan

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    Hm, are there any other PCs you can test the card =$ ? The card should be recognized w/o problems...
    Also, test it wiith another cable... (The cable I got with the N-Card stopped to work after 2weeks ^^" ) (That cable is used with every second MP3-Player/Digicam ... you hopefully have another one to test)
    And if notghing helps, clean the contacts of the gba linker...
     
  5. rcommee
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    rcommee Newbie

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    I CAN test it on another PC, not for a few days, though.

    I have used other cables, it's not the cable.

    I've also tried pressing the GBA card in really hard, no success.

    Cleaning it, though! There's an idea I haven't tried yet. What's the best way to clean them? Q-tip and alcohol?
     
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