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

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Mar 24, 2008
  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...
     
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    That's why you shouldn't use Sandisk [​IMG]
     
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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.
     
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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.
     

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