Boot directly to DS_Game menu? Skip Plugin menu?

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  1. dman777
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    I like the graphics and pink theme that comes with the stock DStwo supercard menu, so I decided to stick with stock menu. However, I don't like how when you boot up the first screen is the plugin menu. Is there a way to boot up into the DS_Game menu?
     
  2. severed

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    i have asked for this too because it would be more aesthetically pleasing. Most people said it was pointless and it seemed like nobody liked the idea [​IMG]

    I remember with my DSLite it was possible to hack and remove the "Nintendo Warning" bootscreen and go straight to the flashcart but that was before they added the new "iWare Menu"
     
  3. Nathanaël

    Nathanaël GBAtemp Regular

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    I'd like to boot into NDS GBA directly. That's the only thing I'm using.

    Come on guys...
     
  4. Terminator02

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    I know there is a way to do it, and i'm pretty sure it's just replacing the plugin menu file with the DS_Game file
     
  5. alidsl

    alidsl I am now a lurker

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    I think Terminator is right, that's how Spinal made iMenu (I believe)
     
  6. jurassicplayer

    jurassicplayer Completionist Themer

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    @OP: probably just renaming the DSGAME.nds to DSTWO.nds will work. You can place the old one whereever.

    @Nathanaël: Grab the DSTWO.nds from either BAGPlug or iMenu and just change the boot.ini to boot the gba plugin.
     
  7. dman777
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    That worked. Thanks.