A real noobish question

Discussion in 'NDS - Emulation and Homebrew' started by Shintuhadoken, Oct 10, 2007.

Oct 10, 2007

A real noobish question by Shintuhadoken at 11:42 AM (1,260 Views / 0 Likes) 5 replies

  1. Shintuhadoken
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    Right after many many years of using my computer to emulate GBA games i have now got a fair selection of them as well but as i was playing on my DS eariler on today i was thinking i have an r4 cant i just lash on the GBA roms on to the R4 and they should work right?

    Am i right in thinking that this is the right approch or do i require a card for the slot 2 to make my DS emulate the GBA correctly?

    I know it is a noobish question but i never really though about it untill today.
     
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    You need a Slot-2 Solution for GBA emulation, something like the EZ-Flash V Slot-2 Expansion, and then the necessary files to make it work with your R4. You store the GBA roms on the R4's memory card.
     
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    Thank very much, i shall look into that now.
     
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    Urza you didn't have to post that after his question was answered. I'm surprised this guy didn't get one of those '' omfg wtf is joos problemz can't u search???newbs lawls '' >_>
     
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    Meh, guess i got round it by calling myself a noob in the topic title [​IMG]
     

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