Takes ages to work properly

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Apr 12, 2010
  1. Spongeroberto
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    I have an Acekard 2i and in general I am very happy with it.

    One thing that really really irks me though is that when I pick up my DS after a long time of playing, it doesn't see anything inserted. I then need to take out the acekard and put it in again and try again. After about 4 times it will recognize the card and I can boot it up and play my games. Often I will freeze after about 5 minutes of playing and then I need to start all over again. [​IMG]

    What is the problem here? It's not a fake and it's brand new. [​IMG]

    SD card not being read properly by the card... or the card not being read properly by the DS? My old R4 had the problem too, but back then I thought it was just because it was crap. Are all cards like this?
     
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    It might be the connection between your cart and DS.
    Have you tried with another cart, just in case?

    If so and it is still doing it, I would get it sent to repairs.
     
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    Is the spring lock on, that could be a reason for the crashing. Perhaps you have a faulty cart.
     
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    the paper trick really makes a difference, thanks!


    Since my old r4 also had it I guess it's just my DS. The pins must be a little bent back by now.
     

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