DSKiosk+M3i0+DSi+jenesisDS= Not working

Discussion in 'NDS - Emulation and Homebrew' started by CannonFoddr, Nov 24, 2009.

Nov 24, 2009
  1. CannonFoddr
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    OK I've only just started getting into Emulation on the DS & although MOST emulators I've tried work, I just can't get jenesisDS to work properly (through DSKiosk)

    I best explain my setup

    I have an M3i0 with latest Sakura installed
    On root directory of M3i0 I have folder containing all Emulator ROMS called 'RetroROMS'
    On root directory of M3i0 I have folder containing all Emulators called 'Emulators'
    I also have 'DSKiosk' stored in the same directory as my Commercial ROMS ('NDS Roms' folder)

    I use DSKiosk for launching Homebrew, as I find this 'seems' to be more sucessful than Sakura (Homebrew include 'staying alive','lemmings','world of sand')
    It also allows me to store all Homebrew (& emulators) in folders instead of all being in the root directory

    I have 2 tabs on DSKiosk - one for 'Homebrew' & one for 'Emulators'
    On 'Emulators' tab I have MasterDS,Lameboy,SNemulDS and jenesisds

    All but 'jenesisds' work fine when launching through DSKiosk, with 'jenesisds' however - I can get to select a 'RetroROM' folder but then it 'locks up' (No framerate & no responcs from button pushes etc)

    However IF I run 'jenesis' from 'Sakura' directly - it runs fine. I'd like to keep Homebrew/Emulation all to run through DSkiosk, so

    > Have I done something wrong ??
    > Do i have to patch something to get it to work through DSKiosk ?? (if so where do I get the files from)
    > Am I suppose to have 'jenesisds' ROMS in a certain folder ???

    Any help appreciated

    Additional: All emulators/DSkiosk etc are latest files I've downloaded from GBAtemp Filetrip
     
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    Seems like no-one out there can help me

    It's a good job I (somehow) fixed it myself.
    All I did was download 'JenesisDS' file again & DSKiosk (Direct from DSKiosk webpage) & it worked - even tough they are both the same version numbers as the ones from GBAtemp Filetop downloads

    How weird is that !!!!
     

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