G6 Lite with moonshell

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Jul 4, 2006

G6 Lite with moonshell by leoedin at 6:45 PM (892 Views / 0 Likes) 4 replies

  1. leoedin
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    Who else has found they can't use the G6Lite with the included moonshell? For me, it boots, but then after booting it won't load any files (a DPG, a BMP file)

    I have vague memories of loading stuff though...perhaps I need a format

    On another note...How do you format the G6 Lite without screwing it up?

    Leo
     
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    I would suggest the same, the version available there works fine.

    As for formatting it, use FAT (otherwise known as FAT16). Copy over the \BACKING, \EMU & \PDA folders from either your included disc or from the download package, then create \GBA & \NDS.

    Everything should work fine if you do that. (I have.)
     
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    Thanks

    I think I have the c version, but I'll do a new format and see where that gets me.

    Where are gamesaves stored?
     
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    GBA saves are stored in the \GBA folder, and NDS saves are saved in the \NDS folder. It's simply the same filename with a ".0", etc extension.
     

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