Supercard DS One V3 + Class 2 SDHC Memory Card ??

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  1. satel
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    i only want to know will a 4gb sandisk class 2 memory card work on supercard ds one v3 without any problems like slowdowns & game crashing ?
     
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    It already has a hard time on my class 4 card, lol. It freezes too often. Other than that, nothing so far. Not that I'm complaining, because I'm playing games for free...
     
  3. Minox

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    That's why you shouldn't use Sandisk [​IMG]
     
  4. satel
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    fixed it for you [​IMG]
     
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    If it freezes often then something's not right, try cleaning the contacts ect, on both scds1 and mem card, check the mem card speed is set correctly too.
     
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    Well, it's not THAT bad, it's just that it requires high speed memory cards. If they fix that problem, it's good enough to beat cyclo.
     
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    @ojsinnerz, it's not supposed to crash even on slow mem cards. Only one or two roms, most noticeably Castlevania POR, having crashing problems with slow mem cards. The other 99.x% should run fine even on slow mem cards.

    I reckon 1 of the items, mem card or scds1, is faulty, it might be an intermittant fault like bad contact on the scds1 (see psram fix) or on the mem card contacts.
     
  8. Minox

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    It's the random accesstimes of Sandisk that causes these troubles, most other good microSD-cards have much lower random accesstimes and therefore they work better.

    But I've heard that Sandisk 4/6/8 GB Class 6 should be working quite good.