FIFA 2011 on R4iii Upgrade(NDS/NDSL)

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Jan 29, 2011
  1. skidillydoo
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    Newcomer skidillydoo Newbie

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    Hello,

    I dont know if this belongs here but im looking for help in trying to make FIFA 2011 work with my R4 clone.

    I have the

    R4
    SDHC
    R4-III Upgrade
    Revolution for DS

    Box Picture:

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    Cartrige Image:

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    I have tried all manner of things but this, along with games like Monopoly and Art Academy i just cant get to work.

    I am currently using Firmware R4 III SDHC_v3.07_English.

    I have had a look around and seen names like YSMenu popup along with a few other programs but after hours of reading i am still none the wiser. Is it possible to hack/crack FIFA 2011 and other games for my specific cartrige, and if so.. how would i go about doing this.

    Any help will be greatly appreciated.

    Regards.
     
  2. Rydian

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    If you want newer games to run, here's what you should try, in order.1
    • Latest official firmware.
      Go to the site printed on your cart, download and set up the latest firmware, see if that fixes it. If there's no site printed or the site is down, this is a good resource for finding firmwares.
    • AP-bypassing options.
      Some carts have a setting or mode that will disable AP in games (to get them all running), but it may also disable extra features such as cheating and soft-reset, so these options tend to be turned off by default.
    • A clean ROM.
      If the ROM you're using has been modified in some way there's a chance it might not work on certain carts. In addition sometimes when transferring ROMs between carts small amounts of damage to the data can occur (especially if you're using a cheap card reader like that T-flash one), so while the ROM may appear to be fine, it's actually been modified on accident and may not run.

      First go to the AdvanScene database and search for the game you're having issues with (make sure to check "NDS"). In the results, find the entry you have. Make sure it actually has a number (that it's not XXXX), and the region is on the right-hand side, pay attention to that. Click on the game's name. In the new page under "Rom Info:" find "Crc32", that's the hash of the known-proper release.

      Download CRC32.exe and run it. Click the ellipses button (...) to the right of the file box and select your ROM file. It may take a minute to calculate, then it will display the CRC32, which you should compare to the one listed on AdvanScene. If you find that the ROM you're having trouble with doesn't match the known clean ROM, then you'll want to redownload it (preferably from a site other than the one you used originally as their copy may be bad/damaged in the first place).
    • Format your MicroSD card.
      If the filesystem on your MicroSD card is damaged it can cause all sorts of trouble with running games. First copy everything off of your MicroSD, then run this program to format it properly. After that copy everything back, and see if the game runs properly.
    • YSmenu or other alternate firmware.
      If there's no official support you can try an alternate firmware. If you have an original R4 or clone of the original (hardware-wise, not neccessarily name-wise) you can try Wood R4, which updates for new games often. If you have something else you'll have to see if you can run YSmenu, it's got updates to the data files to run new games.
    • Game patches.
      If there's no way to run better firmware on your cart, you'll have to hunt out patches for the games and apply them to your ROM. While this used to be very common, it's increasingly rare for patches to be made because there's multiple carts that can run new games without patches now, and multiple alternate firmwares for other carts that add support for new games. Rudolph makes and updates a ROM patcher that will automatically patch many games, but this doesn't support everything. For individual games that patcher doesn't support, you'll need to hunt out the patches yourself via google.
    • A new cart.
      If you can't run any decent firmware and there's no patches for the games you want to play, your cart's a piece of shit and you should buy a decent one, to put it bluntly. While many sites may tout R4 clones as amazing stuff and charge $65 for them, in reality even the best flash cart is only about $40, and mainstream ones with less features (that can still play all the latest games) can be had for $25 or less.
     
  3. zizer

    Member zizer GBAtemp Addict

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    wow Rydian , it is cool (as always)
     

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