SD card formater??

Discussion in 'M3 Adapter' started by shadowmn214, Jan 24, 2010.

Jan 24, 2010

SD card formater?? by shadowmn214 at 4:05 AM (1,004 Views / 0 Likes) 7 replies

  1. shadowmn214
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    Newcomer shadowmn214 Newbie

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    OK so my micro SD is broken i think...I tryed formatting it with panasonic and windows and everything i could do. It makes me sad. It just wont format no matter what. I need some help I'm using a DSi with an M3i. It was working fine but now i cant even start any games. Last game I played was Disgaea DS. It worked fine. Then I turned it off and the next time I started it the games wont load.... help
     
  2. Gobnoblin

    Member Gobnoblin GBAtemp Regular

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    do you use an adapter when trying to format on pc? if so it could just be a bad adapter.... if the panasonic thing won't work then I'm not sure what will... dirty contacts on the card or somesuch maybe? good luck maybe someone else has ideas
     
  3. shadowmn214
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    I dont think its the adapter because i can get into the folders just fine...I can't delete the NDS and system folders though
     
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    Member Gobnoblin GBAtemp Regular

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    is your write protection doo dad engaged on the card?
     
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    If I am right there is no write protection on micro sd cards. only on the normal SD cards
     
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    false,if your using the adapter(not the usb one)it has a write protection slide,had this problem back in my n00b days
     
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    you might want to try this
     
  8. shadowmn214
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    I'm using a USB adapter and i tryed that low level format but it didnt work and all my files are still on it even if i delete them.
     

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