Batch Convert GBA Files on M3 Perfect Lite

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Apr 28, 2007
  1. justgoonies
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    Newcomer justgoonies Newbie

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    I just got a M3 Perfect Lite and will only be using it for GBA games and I want to put about 200 files on it. Is there a way to patch multiple files with another program other than m3 game manager which only lets you do one at a time?
     
  2. meemeethemonkey

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    nope. solly. do em about 10-20 at a time using the game manager and grouping them by what options are needed. only way unfortunately
     
  3. archagon

    Member archagon GBAtemp Regular

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    200 files!
    Do you have a 2GB card?
     
  4. shinji257

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    It will take a while to scroll through that list on the M3 Perfect Lite cart. But yea. There isn't really any way to batch run it.
     
  5. Spikey

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    i think ur confused... GBA games don't need to be patched for m3 lite... then just need you to put save files in the gamesave folder for them all.
     
  6. charpsp20

    Newcomer charpsp20 Advanced Member

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    yeah, if Im not mistaken, GBA games dont technically need to be patched except to generate the saver (.dat) file or add special features like cheats, reboot, and a special patch on trouble games (ala pokemon and wario ware twisted). You will all need to run through the m3 manager if you want to import .sav file to convert into a .dat file.
     

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