What causes this double image at the bottom when playing GBA injected games?

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  1. turok4n64
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    I injected Final Fantasy 1 & 2, Shining Soul II, and a few others, and when I boot up to play the game, it has a weird double image at the bottom of the screen. How do I go about fixing this?
     
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    Do you have a screen shot or a picture?
     
  3. turok4n64
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    Guess it's not a double image - rather the image loops to the bottom

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    Weeird, looks like a issue w/ the Vertical positioning is off. Custom Inject w/ changed paramaters or made w/ the "Ultimate GBA VC Injector"?
     
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    I am using the Ultimate GBA VC Injector for 3DS 1.6b
     
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    I think this is caused by the SD card cluster size being set at 64k instead of 32k. Not sure how or why it causes this effect.
     
  7. turok4n64
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    It's only affecting certain GBA injected games.
     
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    My SD is set to 32k, and also causes it. From what I've been reading, it's due to the size of the SD card. The larger the capacity, the slower the read, and the more likely that happens.
     
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    None of the SD stuff seems like it would be related
     
  10. Majickhat55

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    This problem has happened with multiple users and it's always been attributed to the partition size of the SD card (for whatever reason).