Alright, so I went to that link and got the dldi patch and patcher. I tried to follow the online instructions on how to use it, but it quickly goes into stuff I don't readily understand:
"End User Instructions
First, just try the ROM to see if it works with your flash cart. If it does, then great! If not, you'll need to patch it. You'll need two things, a patcher and the appropriate patch for your flash cart.
Extract the patch and patcher to the same directory as the ROM file. Open a command prompt in that directory. Type in:
Where is the name of the patch file (e.g. "mpcf.dldi") and is the name of the ROM (eg "libfat_tests.nds").
You should see something similar to this: "
What if I don't know how to open a command prompt for that directory? Sorry, I know it is lame because I don't know these things, but I don't know computers/this crap/how to find anything I want using internets. I don't know how to open command prompts for a specific directory, let alone how to navigate command prompt at all. Computer guys like the author of this^ don't seem to understand that the vast majority of the populace does not understand the more intricate details of computers, programming, internets, etc. Anyways, that is beside the point... I am just surprised that there are no idiot-proof versions of how to do this laid out in step by step fashion so that even a child could do it!
So, instead of trying to remember how to use command prompt, I tried running the .exe for the dldi patcher, and it brings up this wonderful (ie. gay) program that asks me to select files, then doesn't allow me to do anything with them. I select the file that I want to be patched, buuuuuuuuuut then it won't let me do anything past that. It has a "Patch" button that cannot be pressed, and there isn't anything else to the program that is useful (it only has "About" which has no useful info, "Patch" which doesn't want to work, and something that allows me to browse and select files, but not folders). The program appears to be dldi patcher v.0.32. What is next/wrong?