Whats the problem with my SD???? PLEASE HELP!

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  1. JuggaletteENJ
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    JuggaletteENJ GBAtemp Regular

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    OK, so I have found out why my disk images randomly disappear. My Wii tells me that I don't have an SD card inserted randomly....Sounds like my slot is messed up right? Well the weird thing is that it reads my SD card to load up everything on my homebrew channel, and to show me what's on it when I access my SD menu, but when I am trying to load a game through my backup loaders, or play a NES/SNES/N64/Sega game, it says that no SD card is inserted....any ideas?? This is a random thing too, it will work sometimes, but not others....so I know that I have the files in the correct places, or it wouldn't ever work.

    AHHHHH! Please help!!! [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG]
     
  2. ShovelThumb

    ShovelThumb Banned

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    Your card sucks bigger balls than you.
     
  3. Crass

    Crass Rock me Dr. Zaius

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    Back up everything on the SD card, and reformat it.

    If your using windows heres the easy steps:
    1. make a new folder on ur pc, copy and paste the contents of the SD card there.
    2. go to my computer, right click on ur SD and choose format, it doesnt matter if quick format is selected or not, use FAT32, and select the Default Allocation Unit size.
    3. Copy everything pack to it.
     
  4. JuggaletteENJ
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    JuggaletteENJ GBAtemp Regular

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    I will give that a shot. I have done this before, and it did help, but eventually things quit working again.
     
  5. techboy

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    If it still acts up, google for "Panasonic SD card Formatter" and try that. The Windows format function can be screwy at times.