Hello new member and new to the CycloDS just one question

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  1. Arehexes
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    I have a question about something (it's not asking where to get roms or anything like that). Seeing how I have a lot of DS games, I don't feel like carrying them with me when I leave for school (hence why I bought the Cyclo to hold all my DS games). I don't/do not want to download roms (I try to stay legit in that matter), but I want the roms off my games so I have my saves with me. Is there a way to rip a DS game off the cart so you have your save files? If this is against the TOS sorry, oh yeah Cyclo all the way (seeing how I used to own a Datel Max Media Dock >_>).
     
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    Rudolph's NDS Backup Tool (from the first link) works just fine for dumping ROMs from retail carts that you own. The "dump times" listed seem to be a bit on the high side - it took me only 20 minutes to dump a 32MB game.

    Direct link to the tool, hosted by the developer: http://www009.upp.so-net.ne.jp/rudolph/nds/Backup/

    It also does save files, too - no need to bother with the second link and using SavSender. You'll have to run the save file dump through this save converter before putting it onto your CycloDS, though.
     
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    Thanks for all the help and fast replies, and fyi it doesn't really bother me to download games I own. I just don't wanna have to re-do my saves all over again. Thanks again I'm going to read up on this then try it when my flash card comes in.
     

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