Hacking Question about playing ds roms with SC miniSD

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What I would like to know is: Will something bad happen when I pull out my slot-1 flash cart (DSTT) while I'm running an nds rom on my slot-2 SuperCard miniSD?
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Boot the slot-2 Supercard into DS mode using the DSTT's NoPass functionality. When you get to the Supercard menu, you can then take out the DSTT and you shouldn't have any issues as long as you take it out before launching a game. Of course sleep mode won't work this way, but it does save battery life while you're playing.
 

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DanTheManMS said:
Boot the slot-2 Supercard into DS mode using the DSTT's NoPass functionality. When you get to the Supercard menu, you can then take out the DSTT and you shouldn't have any issues as long as you take it out before launching a game. Of course sleep mode won't work this way, but it does save battery life while you're playing.
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