GBA Flashcard hardware for DS roms?

Discussion in 'NDS - Flashcarts and Accessories' started by Shampoo, Jul 1, 2006.

  1. Shampoo
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    Sep 11, 2003
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    umm, i have a 256mbit flash2advance flast cart which i have used for quite some time for my GBA/gbaSP. I have currently GBA roms on it, and i was can i put "homebrew" NDS roms on it and run it without any additional hardware? I know 256mbit may on be like 1 NDS rom i was just wondering tho. Thanks, "cmo da pro"
     
  2. nintendofreak

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    yes you'll need a passme or no pass device (see faqs on this site for a complete description [​IMG] ) You'll also need to patch the roms with ndspatch which can be found on the program "DSlazy"
    http://l33t.spod.org/ratx/DS/dslazy/
    im not sure of the compatability of that thing, but its worth a try. but no, its impossible for it to run ds roms w/o additional hardware [​IMG]
     
  3. Shampoo
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    thanks for that tool, it seems to be working pretty nicely i havent gotten a rom to work yet, but it also could be becuz of a shitty f2a card. i got flashme installed and hopefully i can experiment around and get a rom to work until my g6 comes =D
     
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