Help with dumping Pokemon SoulSilver!

Discussion in 'NDS - Flashcarts and Accessories' started by POKEMONMASTER260, Nov 30, 2009.

Nov 30, 2009
  1. POKEMONMASTER260
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    I've been attmepting to use this: http://www.monroeworld.com/myfaq/index.php...&artlang=en to dump Pokemon SoulSilver, but all it does is say, "Reading file lists," & then, "File not found."

    ...Please help!

    Thanks!

    EDIT: Oh yeah, it happens after I put in Pokemon soulSilver & press A.
     
  2. worlok375

    Member worlok375 GBAtemp's prince

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    Why dump it? It's already out.
     
  3. POKEMONMASTER260
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    Because I want my save file & my legally bought copy.

    EDIT: To use on my laptop, btw.
     
  4. stab244

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    Did you set up the FTP server on your computer yet? And are you using a DSi?
     
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    Set up FTP server, the problem didn't seem to be FTP related, as far as it looked like to me. And I'm using DS Lite.

    BTW, I'm using the kind of R4 this website is associated with: r4ids.com
     
  6. stab244

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    I don't think the cart matters, unless you have to manually DLDI patch it...

    And I just read the OP carefully and that's supposed to happen. Why? Because you have nothing in the folder that you're dumping to yet that the program recognizes. Try putting a .nds file or .sav file into the TEMP folder and then running the homebrew. Chances are that it'll show up.
     
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    Oh, I think I see what your saying now. Basically, put any .nds or .sav file into the temp folder first.

    I'll try,
    PM260
     
  8. stab244

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    You technically don't have to, but if you just want to make sure it isn't the DS's fault then go ahead.
     

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