It is a strange issue this I know, yet try my LST file here. It's for Xenogears NTSC/U, which was a problematic game for me earlier (disc 2 not booting from menu) but this works now using 1024 cluster size using a Kingston card.ViraLicious wrote: ↑October 8th, 2018, 7:37 pmOkay...
So I have done some more testing here... I have now also tried to format my 256GB SanDisk Class 10 SD-Card with a 2048kb cluster, but with no luck. After that experiment failed I also tried to format it with a 4096kb cluster, but alas, no change. Since whatever I tired with that specific SD-Card didn't work I took one of my 32GB Class 4 SD-Cards with FAT32, also from SanDisk. But that also didn't work... No change, and I have the same problem on all games I've tried.
I find this to be really odd.
Is there perhaps a chance I could get a working multidisc.lst from someone? Just to rule out that there's nothing wrong with my list or whatever. I've gone though my files and everything multiple times so I highly doubt I've made a mistake there. Since I have many multi-disc based games I find it quite unlikely that I made a mistake with all of them. The lists load just fine and I can see the titles and everything, but the additional discs (with the exception of the first) won't boot.
Any thoughts? I honestly thought and basically expected that the 32GB card would work - if it would be a exFAT bug as you mentioned Matt. How is the compatibility when it comes to SanDisk SD-Cards?
It might also be worth to add that I am running the latest version of the menu, ARM and FPGA firmware.
I prefer KIngston, mainly because I was a early adopter of GDEMU/RHEA/PHOEBE and these cards proved 100% reliability rate, which some other brands did not. As a result, I kept to the same ones for other devices and for PSIO. If interested, this is the type i now use and it's flawless.
https://www.amazon.com/Kingston-Canvas- ... %2Bsd&th=1