DSTWO EOS download no longer contains all files

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  1. uselessmidget
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    Hello,
    I have owned a R4DS and I am now changing gears to a DSTWO for my 3DS.
    I ordered my DSTWO card from RHS monday, along with a Kingston 19 in 1 card reader ($10.54 with shipping) and a Sandisk 16GB MicroSDHC Class4 memory card from Amazon. ($23.58 with shipping.)
    I have been reading the GBATemp review for the DSTWO
    http://gbatemp.net/t232281-supercard-dstwo-review
    to assemble all necessary files so that when I recieve everything I can just dump my files on and go.
    I was following along and I noticed that the EOS file I downloaded (DSTWO_v1.11_0723_eng.zip)(from supercards official site) does not contain all the folders discussed about in this article. It only contains a folder labeled: _dstwo

    Any help is greatly appreciated!
     
  2. Fyrus

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    It's not a problem, place the _dstwo folder, it'll work.

    The others folders have been separated in their own archive since the review, but they won't make your DS2 crash or something.
     
  3. nl255

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    The newer updates don't include the other stuff. I recommend you get CATSFC or BAGSFC and NDSGBA 1.21 (don't use the latest, which is 1.30 or you won't be able to use game_config.txt for compatibility fixes)
     
  4. uselessmidget
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    Kewllll, Thanks for the help!

    Hey so is there a guide one were yours supposed to install the emu's and and plugins and do roms need to be in specific directories?
    I know that the guide mentioned all your plugins (pngs and ini files) needed to be in a certain folder. Is this still the case?

    Thanks again!
     
  5. angelzbl0od

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    Some emu's you must keep in certian folders and others can be placed anywhere so it really is a matter of what emu that you are using if you could be more specific and give names of the emu's that your using I would be able to tell you where they go. And the same goes for roms. I can tell you that it does not matter where you put the ds roms and the "official" dstwo snes emulator and gba emulator the roms must be in a specific folder inside the emulator folder. I hope that this was some help to you
     
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  7. uselessmidget
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    Reading now [​IMG]
     
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    what do you mean the old fashion? that's how the default plugin menu needs to be set up (you can of course get alternatives like iMenu or BAGPlug)
     
  10. uselessmidget
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    So now that the download doesn't include these necessary folders you need to create them before hand? Or will it generate all needed folders the first time you use it and then you can upload your appropriate files?
     
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    if you follow my guide it should all be set up for you with no preparation beforehand