game froze in AW:DS

Discussion in 'NDS - Console and Game Discussions' started by coolitom, Jun 29, 2006.

Jun 29, 2006

game froze in AW:DS by coolitom at 8:06 PM (1,478 Views / 0 Likes) 4 replies

  1. coolitom
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    Newcomer coolitom Member

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    Does anyone ever have their game frozen while playing Advance Wars Dual Strike? It happened to me today while playing war room map: Mial's Hope. Right when it entered the battle sequence, the bottom touch screen turned black but the music just continued playing. I got pissed and threw my Ds lite cause I was almost finished and just finishing the enemy off. Is it a software bug or does it have something to do with the cart?
     
  2. FAST6191

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    You will have to be more specific if you want much help.
    Judging by your past posts I am going to assume you are playing on an XRom and so are using a Generic patcher.
    If you are using NDSPatcher use loadme instead (Crashing under NDSPatcher is a known issue) and if you are using the Euro dump make sure to have the pure patch (OK it only fixes a corrupt sound file but what the hey):
    http://www.retrocovers.com/advanscene/html...lds.php?id=0116

    I have not had this on the real cart ever.
     
  3. coolitom
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    Newcomer coolitom Member

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    using real cart, bought it from Zellers. Im still lacking a passme for the Supercard.
     
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    Nor I
     
  5. wabo

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    My cart clocks in 47 hours of play and i haven't had any freezing.
     

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