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The one big problem is. After playing 15 minutes in every games on sky3ds. The game CRASH "FREEZE"

What is the problem?

I use a 64 GB Hight Speed Micro Sd XC lexar I bought at Walmart.
 

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I'm using Lexar 633x Speed from amazon without problems but it doesn't mean that you didn't get a bad card or things were corrupt when adding to card. I use the USB 3.0 Micro SD card reader that came with my card and it works perfectly. I have heard of a few people having issues using the sdcard reader built into laptops but usually it gives them an error in the program from what i recall.
 

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normally, we recommend Sandisk/Kingston card for customer,
you'd better change another memory card for a test,
then you will the problem
I'm using a Sony 64GB UHS-I BUT I've only tried running SMTIV from it so far and it hasn't frozen on me yet... admittedly I've only played about 0.5h (one try) as I also purchased a bunch of retail copies of games although TBH I'm hoping for gateway or a sw/hw sky3ds update again to something more generally useful. For the sky at least some sort of better backup management interface than the incredibly annoying button pushing, which I'm thinking that they SHOULD be able to do through sw, maybe not the happiest sw solution but a helluvalot better than button mashing cycling through every damned backup on a card as even with just 2(hell I can't even remember what the 2nd one I put on is/was) it's just damned well annoying and sssslllllloooooowwwwww....

That said I'm also pissed off about the cheap ass retail packaging and the crap shoot as to whether or not I get nice goodies like good printed manuals with my stuff... personally I feel ripped off paying retail for a shittily flimsy plastic box ONLY containing a card, might as well give me an f'ing digital download card(vita I'm looking at you, but TBH I knew those in advance but the sentiment remains)...

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Oh and the hesitancy about using "backups" and/or playing my retail copies is that transferring retail saves to "backup" version doesn't seem to be as easy or as straightforward as it was with the ds, coupled with the fact that so many of these linear RPGs that I like I only play through once and then move on. Just don't give a rat's --- about playing monkey wannabe hero #2 just to see 2 change lines of dialog or whatever...
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The one big problem is. After playing 15 minutes in every games on sky3ds. The game CRASH "FREEZE"

What is the problem?

I use a 64 GB Hight Speed Micro Sd XC lexar I bought at Walmart.

Whenever I have issues with an SD card I format it using Panasonic's SD Formatter (https://www.sdcard.org/downloads/formatter_4/) - in 99% of the cases the problem goes away after that :)
Make sure to do a "FULL (overwrite)" format, as "QUICK" probably just does the same as Windows' quick format.
 

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Whenever I have issues with an SD card I format it using Panasonic's SD Formatter (https://www.sdcard.org/downloads/formatter_4/) - in 99% of the cases the problem goes away after that :)
Make sure to do a "FULL (overwrite)" format, as "QUICK" probably just does the same as Windows' quick format.

I have formatted using panasonic then diskwritter asked me to format and done from there too.
 
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