SuperCardDSOne as Superkey Problem

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Sep 16, 2009
  1. Jamstruth
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    Hi, I've got a Slot-2 supercard and a Supercard DSOne both at full firmware version and cannot get the Slot-2 Supercard to boot into its DS mode. I recently bought a miniSD card for it and the slot-2 card is working fine in GBA mode, likewise the Slot-1 card is working fine as a DS flashcard. The problem would appear to be in the DSOne card as when I press L+B or the menu option "Superkey" as blank file screen comes up in the DSOne's firmware. Not frozen just a blank screen with an short cut for folder up visible and working, pressing this returns me to the original file screen.

    I have hidden many of the folders including the SCShell folder in case this causes a problem.

    Never mind, unhiding SCshell fixed it.
     
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    Just because I'm curious:

    How do you hide folders? What does/will [do] this exactly?
     
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    Are you kidding me? You don't know how to hide folders?

    It doesn't do anything, really, it just prevents some apps from seeing them.
     
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    In windows explorer highlight the folders you want to hide, right click and select properties then tick the "Hide Folder" option and click apply.

    Its handy for me since I have a lot of folders in my SD card root and like to be nice and organised with my stuff, hiding folders hasn't caused any problems for anything other than the firmware and that folder's hidden to the card anyway.
     
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    I've never done so before, so no I don't know how.

    Oh, I see.

    Thanks Jamstruth.
     

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