Question about Nintendo DSi Black Console
I believe you can only save sounds you recoded on your DSi only to the onboard memory, and all the songs on the other hand are saved in the SD card.
You can actually save 18 ten second sound clips on the recorder. Where after saving, you can edit and play around with it.
Posted on May 17, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
hate to tell you but from much feedback i beleive that the new dsi does not support r4 cart and those like it which i presume you have as that is what it sounds like, they will be bringing them out though but dont know wen and wil cost more money, hope that helped.
Posted on Apr 07, 2009
Did it work before? Is this a new card? If it's new, and you've never used it before, you probably have to download the 'software' to make it work.
I have the R4i card, and that is the way it works. Go to whatever the manufacturers website is (usually listed on the packaging, or the card itself) and download the software to make the card work. They can't pre-install the software, otherwise it would be illegal to the sell the cards.
It's also possible that your DSi has version 1.4 firmware. If this is the case, there are only a few cards that are compatible with this firmware, and the TTDSi you have may not be. If your TTDSi card doesn't specifically indicate that it supports Firmware 1.4, and that is what you have, most likely you will never get it to work, even if you install the menu software onto the SD card.
Posted on Nov 21, 2009
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If you want to play music on a dsi you have to convert mp3 files to aac files,the dsi will not play mp3 files if you put them on a sdcard, the best way to do this is download itunes if you have not allready, open a playlist, then play the track in the playlist, right click the song, then click where it says create aac version, itunes will then convert the mp3 song to aac file, right click on the song it as converted to acc file, then click where it says show in windows explorer, repeat that with all the songs you want to put on your dsi, when you have done that, put your sdcard into your computer, then drop and drag the files onto the sdcard, when you have finished doing that and are happy you have all the music you want on the card, take it out and put the card into the adapter, then into the side slot on your dsi, turn it on and all the music will play, when you go to where the music is.
Posted on Dec 18, 2009
SOURCE: DSI not recognising SD card
Can you use that SD card for your photo digital camera or any other device such as card reader ,so you can check quality of that SD card?
Also check brand of that card. In many cases consoles such as playstations, nintendos , have their own brand memory cards, so if your card works on other devices but not on your DSI , you probably need to use their brand.
Posted on Apr 16, 2010
That sounds very unusual, not on the list of normal errors. I'd be worried about a fake card as a genuine DSTT shouldn't cause wide instability like that.
Try reformatting the micro sd card and loading back on the correct software. You should be able to download the correct software for your DSTT off the official www.ndstt.com website. If it doesn't work still then I'm afraid you might have a fake card.
If you suspect that you have unstable fake clone version you can get a genuine card there too. http://www.dscardworld.com 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. They test each card before sending them. US based support and shipping I believe.
Posted on Jul 12, 2010
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