Getting M3 Movie PLayer to work on a Mac

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Aug 14, 2006
  1. phatboy
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    Newcomer phatboy Newbie

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    Hi

    I just bought an M3 movie player. I have a Mac so I cannot use the software that they supply. I can access my MiniSD through my camera.

    I guess I need to build the file structure that the software builds, can someone please let me know what the folders are?

    The only one I have figured out so far is NDSSAVE

    If someone can list the folders that would be a great help.

    Thnx!
     
  2. TheVirus

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    You still need to patch the roms using the software. Your best bet is to install a virtual machine and run Windows on it so you can use the software.

    The software just creates NDSSAVE for DS games and GAMESAVE for GBA games, just copy those two directories over and their saves.
     
  3. phatboy
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    I installed the software via my PC at work and got it all working fine.

    It seems that for NDS games it makes a directory called NDSSAVE. In this it creates .dat files with the exact name of each game.

    I havn't tested yet but maybe if I just save a blank txt file as GAMENAME.dat (gamename is the exact file name of the .nds file. - ie GAMENAME.nds) and put it in this directory it might work?

    in ROOT
    GAMENAME.nds
    NDSSAVE

    then in NDSSAVE
    GAMENAME.dat

    But as you say if the games are patched by the software then I have no hope on my MAC [​IMG]

    I'll give it a try tonight and see how I get on. Don't have much hope tho...
     

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