DS Lite + EZ-Flash II - 256Mb

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  1. TM_Sephiroth
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    TM_Sephiroth Advanced Member

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    Hey!

    Does anyone have a DS Lite and a EZ-Flash II - 256Mb?

    Because...here is the thing:

    I have a EZ-Flash II - 256Mb, and It runs GBA-games just NORMALLY in a GBA SP
    But, on my DS Lite, the same games, the same cart, the GBA-games runs badly
    (I don't know how to explain...the speed/sound of the game are normal...but....I think it's something with frame-rates...)

    With Super Mario Advance 2: Super Mario World, can see the difference easily...
    At the beginning of the intro scene(the baloon scene...), the image keep "blinking" (at DSL... on GBA SP, runs normally!). And the stages that "moves it self" too! (caves...)

    I'm worried...
    It's because of the Flash-Card(maybe a compatibilty issue...)?
    Or the problem it's on my DSL "System"/"Processor" ?! ( There is a possibility of it..? )


    Thanks,
    TM_Sephiroth
     
  2. HugeCock

    HugeCock Oh My....

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    My EZ-Flash II 1Gb already had SMA2 on there so I tested it on my DS lite for you and it works fine for me. I would test it on my EZ-Flash II 512Mb but it didn't work right out of the box....*angry face*
     
  3. TM_Sephiroth
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    TM_Sephiroth Advanced Member

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    When do you use the EZ-Flash II 1Gb, do you use PassCar/PassMe? Or your DSL is "Flashed"?

    And which version of EZClient are you using?
     
  4. meangreenie

    meangreenie Banned

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    Also make sure the DS is set to run GBA on the top screen ...it probably won't make a difference but may be worth a try
     
  5. TM_Sephiroth
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    TM_Sephiroth Advanced Member

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    I already tried in both...
    It's the same...