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Topic: DSI's storage solution ideas

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dsijared

I know they will never let you play games straight from the SD card
Dam pirates

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Bankai

This one is really easy. When you're not playing a game, save it onto the SD card.

When you want to play the game, move it from the SD card to the DSi memory. It's what I do, it takes 10 seconds to do, and I have near-instant access for about 40 applications or games.

Hardy83

WaltzElf wrote:

This one is really easy. When you're not playing a game, save it onto the SD card.

When you want to play the game, move it from the SD card to the DSi memory. It's what I do, it takes 10 seconds to do, and I have near-instant access for about 40 applications or games.

What are you talking about? It can take up to a minute just to move games to and from the SD card, along with navigating the DSi's clunky system menus.

That's not a solution, that's what we have to deal with.
... Seriously, why anyone would find anything below running stuff straight from the SD card acceptable is beyond me. This system is over a year old now from Japans release, there should've been a solution similar to the Wiis by now. It's just NIntendo once again making their customers suffer because they fear the pirates.

Oh and third parties too, because a lot of people are use to fast access computers and handheld devices. They'll just stop bothering with DsiWare when they run out of space.
YOU may find it tolerable, but your not normal, you're probably Nintendo loyal too.
I deal with it, but it pisses me off that Nintendo consumers have to deal with this issue AGAIN.

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Hardy83

Bankai

Hardy83 wrote:

WaltzElf wrote:

This one is really easy. When you're not playing a game, save it onto the SD card.

When you want to play the game, move it from the SD card to the DSi memory. It's what I do, it takes 10 seconds to do, and I have near-instant access for about 40 applications or games.

What are you talking about? It can take up to a minute just to move games to and from the SD card, along with navigating the DSi's clunky system menus.

That's not a solution, that's what we have to deal with.
... Seriously, why anyone would find anything below running stuff straight from the SD card acceptable is beyond me. This system is over a year old now from Japans release, there should've been a solution similar to the Wiis by now. It's just NIntendo once again making their customers suffer because they fear the pirates.

Oh and third parties too, because a lot of people are use to fast access computers and handheld devices. They'll just stop bothering with DsiWare when they run out of space.
YOU may find it tolerable, but your not normal, you're probably Nintendo loyal too.
I deal with it, but it pisses me off that Nintendo consumers have to deal with this issue AGAIN.

No, I'm just patient enough to be able to take things as they come, and not complain about every little (and this is really little) issue that comes along for something that I like using.

No one is forcing you to play the DSi. If you don't like it or its prices (which you, in particular) complain about on a weekly basis, then please, go somewhere else.

whine after whine after whine after whine after whine after whine after whine after whine after is just getting boring.

And no, I'm not loyal to anything in particular.

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