Hacking Ace3ds Plus and O3DS not working

Pupoch

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Hi, I recently got an Ace3DS plus falshcard. I have used it with my NDS Lite and everything worked just fine, but when I bought an Old 3DS with LumaCFW and tested it there i just had a black screen on launch. I copied the necessary files from the official site, but the menu wouldn't even launch. I know that Ace3ds is a ripoff of a R4 but I want to get it working if possible.
 

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    The bad thing about the VM that depending on your machine it doesn't work right. For example pcs with USB 3.0 there is no point in using a VM for this purpose, as the USB 3.0 drive does not recognize an old driver.
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