Quick question Supercard DSTWO installation

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Sep 21, 2012
  1. Chrisssj2
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    Just received it. http://eng.supercard.sc/manual/dstwo/download.htm

    So do I just download latest and follow instructions?

    My firmware is 4.1.0.8E

    Or do I need to use version specific files??
     
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    anyone...
     
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    hey man i had a dstwo do you have a ds dslite or dsi if so put all your files on formatted micro root (extracted) put into prior ds and run it up it should do its thing and you should be good.


     
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    No, just use the latest EOS and the newest update, as all updates are backwards compatible.
     
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    Ahh ok I didnt know it for sure just being carefull here! Thanks! I got it to work.

    I have the filesystem of the SDHC set on FAT32 Is that good or NFTS better or no difference?
     
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    i kept it fat32
     
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    NTFS isn't recognizable by most carts, stick with FAT32.
     

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