I ordered my M3DS Real (perfect bundle) a few months ago. Since then I haven't really used either of the GBA expansion cards at all. I've tried loading a patched Opera browser with it and I always get an error, but I figured it was a problem with how I patched it. Anyway, I'm running the hacked 1.11 version of Sakura, and I'm trying to load a few GBA games with the thing, but most of the time it doesn't even get recognized. If I load to the main DS menu it says "There is a DS option pack installed", but in the actual M3 Real I get nothing. If I keep restarting it will say it is recognized about 5% of the time, but during that 5% if I try to load a ROM all I get is a blank white screen after it says Gameboy. It does load a little bit though because it will say Nintendo underneath which is more than will happen without the pack inserted. Opera still wont do anything. I took it apart, which isn't that hard because the screw doesn't even fit into its hole so it just popped right open. I couldn't really see any problems with it (not that I'd really know what to look for). So is there something I could do about this or is it just a bad cart? I'll be pretty annoyed if there is nothing since I paid twice as much just to get the perfect bundle and the rumble pack is basically useless to me. I have a 3-in-1, but I'd like to have the ability to load right from the main GUI with cheats and RTS. And now that I've mentioned that, I know its off topic, but how do I change the save directory on GBA ExpLoader? I change it in the .ini file and put it in the root of the SD card, but it never makes a difference. It's been too long for the store to return it, so that isn't really an option. I'm kinda annoyed at M3 right now. With this, the fact that the spring on my M3 Real never worked (I always have to eject the M3 to swap SD cards), and the fact that there has still been no mention of DS-Wii connectivity even being looked at. Sorry if this is turning into a rant. Anyway, if anyone can give some advice it would be greatly appreciated.