1st time user with EZ-FlashV i

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Apr 1, 2011
  1. aznway
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    Newcomer aznway Newbie

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    I download all file needed to make it work. I also upgrade to ( Tak The Great Juju Challenge THQ ) Since the upgrade nothing working now [​IMG]

    The only thing it does is show EZ-FLASH on blue background on the top screen on DSi an bottom is black/blank. What did i do wrong?

    I have 4 main files in my root page (main page)
    1.EZ5Shell
    2.ez5sys.bin
    3.ez5isys.bin
    4.ez5firmwreUP_V101
    5. my games


    Any help will be GOOD
     
  2. Ziggy Zigzagoon

    Member Ziggy Zigzagoon GBAtemp Fan

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    Did you format the card? (Remember to back-up just in case.)
     
  3. aznway
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    Newcomer aznway Newbie

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    Sorry be sound so NOOB what do you mean by formatting the card?

    The only type of flash cart i used is DSTTi an never had problem. I was thinking it would be same has DSTTi cards an only different would be program name file that make it work. Do EZ Flash use .nds code or there roms code?

    I quess i'm about 3/4 there [​IMG]
     
  4. KidIce

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    Are you using your EZVi on a DS(lite) or a DSi?
     
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  6. Ziggy Zigzagoon

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    Right click the drive of the card (Look at the part of the window where the letters C: [​IMG] E: F: appear.) then press "Format." (THIS WILL DELETE EVERYTHING IN THE CARD, SO SAVE THE CONTENTS OF YOUR FLASHCARD TO YOUR HARD DRIVE YO! Excuse me; this is very important.)

    EZFlashVi uses .nds code.
     

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