The funniest FAIL ever!

Discussion in 'General Off-Topic Chat' started by XtremeGamer-Newb, May 26, 2009.

  1. XtremeGamer-Newb
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    http://www.divineo.com/cgi-bin/div-us/hb-dsi-dstti

    Scroll down to the DSTTi bit and you'll find this;


    DSTTi for DSi, DS Lite and NDS

    Producer: TT Team

    - DS original cartridge size, Slot1 interface.
    - Plug n Play, easy to use, just Drag n Drop file from PC to flash memory card.
    - No FlashMe, built-in NoPass, and the GBA cards in slot2 can be started directly.
    - 100 percent SDHC TF and standard TF compatibility up to 4TB(4096GB) flash memory card.
    - High speed SDHC. Supports any TF card speed with no lag,
    - Save directly to TF card, not to onboard chip, Never lose your saves.
    - Automatically detect and generate save type.
    - Supports Moonshell and homebrew. DLDI auto-patching.
    - Supports FAT/FAT32, works on any OS.
    - Supports Action Replay cheat and edit the code base.
    - Built-in energy-saving design.
    - User friendly skinnable interface. Touchscreen or button operation. Supports Skin DIY.
    - Supports the Hot-Key SOFT RESET.
    - Supports the WiFi, Rumble Pak, Browser.
    - Supports Download play.
    - Supports 4-scale-lightness adjustment ( DS Lite only ).



    Random Guy : [​IMG] I was SCAMMED! SCAMMED I TELL YOU! I thought that I could have all of the DS games to this date in every single language along with every single emulate-able game and homebrew!

    *next day*

    Random Guy : Yes! I've finally managed to make a hard-disk to microSD converter! (awkward silence)........................................Oh ***** how am I meant to carry this around with me?!
     
  2. Chaos Punk

    Chaos Punk GBAtemp Regular

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    Obviously a typo, I think they meant 4 GB, not TB.
     
  3. xDlmaoxD

    xDlmaoxD GBAtemp Fan

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    You fail cause its not that funny...

    YOU FAIL!!!

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    Now this is a classic fail

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  4. Technik

    Technik GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    Ummm, how can it support 4 tb? Where do you even get micro sds that go up to tb?
     
  5. jesuschristmonke

    jesuschristmonke GBAtemp Regular

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    Everyone who viewed this thread failed by proxy.
     
  6. Maktub

    Maktub GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    not too funny. The CD rewinder was. Thank you.
     
  7. wchill

    wchill Resident chillxpert

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    The DSTTi supports up to 32GB via MicroSDHC. IDK how it could be 4TB. Even SDXC only goes up to 2TB.
     
  8. XtremeGamer-Newb
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    ....um......that's why I called it a fail.....
     
  9. NeSchn

    NeSchn GBAPimpdaddy.

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    Utter fail.
     
  10. dinofan01

    dinofan01 Misses the old days...

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    This thread is fail. Too many newbs thinking too hard. The DVD rewinder was funny though.
     
  11. Satangel

    Satangel BEAST

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    QFT man!
     
  12. Davess

    Davess On the list :D (Thanks Haflore)

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    TB is terabyte idiot 1 TB=1024 GB
     
  13. da_head

    da_head A dying dream..

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    LOL dvd rewinder. nice
     
  14. Joey90

    Joey90 Not around any more

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    From wikipedia:

    'The capacity of an SDHC card is limited to 32 GB. However, while not strictly adhering to that standard, it is in principle possible to create SDHC-like cards of up to 2048 GB capacity.'

    I.E. 2 TB... and also, just because something claims to support something (like 2TB microSD) it doesn't necessarily follow that the thing exists.
     
  15. triassic911

    triassic911 Burst Mode

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    The dvd rewinder was so much funnier than what the tc posted.
     
  16. Da Foxx

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    Trying to hard kid. Although, the DVD Rewinder was funny.