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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The Card Reader you are using is probably not compatible with SDHC Memory Cards (High Capacity SD). You may need to get an SCHC compatible reader or check the website for your product to see if the is a driver update. You can get a new reader for about $20 bones if needed. I had the same issue.
Posted on Jan 05, 2009
You problem is most likely to be the fact that your micro chip is a HC chip. HC chips have a new program that is not backwards compatible to regular sd host ports. This is a simple fix, however. If you don't trust downloading programs for it on the internet, just go to target or walmart and get a USB SD card reader, and a SD adapter if you don't already have one. The usb adapter should only be like $10 at most.
Posted on Jun 15, 2009
A red menu screen usually means that there's the wrong version of the software installed. You have to make sure it was made for your specific model of R4, and there are a few out there. There's a great tutorial to set it up on http://www.dscardworld.com with pictures and links to all the official software on their support page. And I noticed they made a video about it http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QV4sNQf2uS4 But as said already reformat it completely and verify that the sd card itself is in good condition.
If you suspect that you have unstable fake clone version you can get a genuine card there too. I managed to find this site after I got burned at a few others. Loved having my emails responded to because I had loads of questions, and they were quick to ship it.
Best of luck!
Posted on Nov 29, 2009
Hi , the most likely cause is your card has been flexed and this causes internal damage to it , sorry but no repair is possible , i have a sizeable collection of cards that have been damaged the same way .
Posted on Apr 25, 2010
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if theres a slot for an sd card on your computer you need a micro sd card adapter. if it doesnt have an sd card slot you need to buy a usb memory card reader (making sure it takes a micro sd card first)
both are widely available in supermarkets/electrical outlets or on ebay/amazon/play etc and are very inexpensive.
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