DSTTi Clone doesn't organize by alphabetical order.

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  1. sk8mystery23
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    So I totally got a DSTTi Gold blah blah clone cart. Everything works awesome except for the fact that it organizes my games by when they were written to the microSD card. I remember seeing a longgg time ago a program that would rewrite the files for me that would write it in alphabetical order. Anyone know what I'm talking about or may be able to help me figure something out?
     
  2. lolzed

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    There
    it's really like that,what you do is you cut the games,make a folder,paste it there,cut again,then paste it to wherever it was before example
    X:Games
    |_ROM1,ROM2,ROM3(1.cut 4.paste)
    |_Newfolder(2.paste 3.cut)
    that should fix it,also refresh it everytime you paste
     
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  4. sk8mystery23
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    AWESOME. Exactly! what I wanted. Worked like a charm.
     
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    There
    that corrupts be careful
     
  6. sk8mystery23
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    Well if I could figure out what you were trying to tell me then I'd try that but I can't. Lol.
     
  7. lolzed

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    There
    http://gbatemp.net/index.php?showtopic=140333 scroll down you'll get there [​IMG]
     
  8. h8isgr8

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    Just use YSMenu and you can forget about this problem.
     
  9. sk8mystery23
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    Lolzed - I think I firgured it out.

    h8isgr8 - Give me a good reason.
     
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    Errmmmm..... I thought that was pretty obvious.

    Reason = Games always in alphabetical order.
     
  11. sk8mystery23
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    sk8mystery23 GBAtemp Regular

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    Lmfao. Awesome. Right after I posted that I was wondering if you would take offense. I'm glad you didn't. Anymore reasons? Convince me!
     
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    Say waaaaaaah?

    I'm not trying to sell you something man; it was just a suggestion.

    [​IMG]
     
  13. sk8mystery23
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    Awh damn. I guess I'll just put my Visa away. Damn.
     
  14. tbgtbg

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    Really? I've been using DriveSort for years now, never corrupted a thing. Guess I'm just lucky.

    In any event, just back up anything important that can't be replaced (mainly your saves) and if it corrupts for some bizarro reason, just format the card and put everything back.
     
  15. sk8mystery23
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    Yea. That's what I've been doing.
     
  16. Donato_Dobango

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    Yeah, been using Drive Sort on 4 different DSTT cards and never once did it corrupt.

    It did corrupt once when I didn't have the games in a Games directory and just removed my drive without ejecting safely. So maybe it happened to someone who did that and they blamed DriveSort for it.

    Just to be safe, I back up my .savs every few days, though.