EZ 3-in-1 multirom

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Jan 2, 2008

EZ 3-in-1 multirom by Linkiboy at 5:05 PM (1,267 Views / 0 Likes) 5 replies

  1. Linkiboy
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    Member Linkiboy GBAtemp Testing Area

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    Is it possible?
     
  2. Maikel Steneker

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    No, they can't.
     
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    It'd be nice, but for now, I don't think it's possible. Actually, if it can't be done now, probably never ::cries::
     
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    I apologize for necrobumping this...

    BUT:
    it IS possible to use multiroms with the EZ 3 in 1.

    You need a EZ V DS Slot card however:
    http://dsdatabase.org/ezvplus.html
     
  6. how_do_i_do_that

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    Bonus features available to certain setups:
    EZ-Flash V with a 3in1: Use of multi-rom mode for NOR and GBA cheats (kernel 1.90 OB11 or below)
    M3 Real/Zero with a M3 GEP: GBA cheats and RTS

    Read the sticky please, covers nearly EVERYTHING needed that ISN'T in the wiki.

    Multi-ROM was removed after the kernel 1.90 OB11.


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    If you got a EZ-V with a kernel higher than 1.90 0B11, The answer to the multi-ROM question is NO.
    If you got a EZ-V with a kernel with 1.90 0B11 or lower, The answer to the multi-ROM question is YES.




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    Muti-ROM support didn't show up until the 3in1+ showed up in DEC 2009. That means the answer at the time of the posting would have been a no at the time the OP posted this.
     
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