Super Robot Taisen spelled doom on my microSD

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May 13, 2009
  1. azorpatch
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    So...I was loading Robot Taisen on my SD card and got a cyclic redundance error. Afterwards my microSD completely died lol.

    I think god was trying to tell me something, either not play ROMs or not play games with tons of boobs >_>
     
  2. DeMoN

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    Or it was a coincidence, as MicroSDs die all the time.

    I honestly don't think a specific ROM could cause the microSD to stop functioning, though people have tried making DS viruses.
     
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    However DS viruses don't messed up SD cards but the DS itself by erasing the firmware.
     
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    I know the game itself didn't mess up my SD, but it's too bad I got messed up before I tried the game. I wanted to try some of the crazy combos.
     
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    Have you been messing with the microSD? They're really small, so they break easily.
     
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    I actually tried breaking a microSD in half with my hands, it doesn't work, those things are pretty damn firm. Water doesn't hurt them much either. The only physical damage I can think of is scratching the hell out of the contacts, but that would only happen if you did it on purpose. Ordinary wear a tear will not scratch the contacts to the point of unreadability.

    So it's actually the internal damage that's caused by writing, deleting, reformatting, etc. that ended the TC's microSD's lifespan.
     

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