Homebrew on M3 DS Real Perfect Bundle

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May 16, 2008
  1. Smellie
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    I bought the M3 DS Real Perfect Bundle Version last week, and tried to run homebrew on it. I downloaded some games, put it on the card in the system folder (this may have been wrong?) and tried to play. But all I get is a black screen that says "DLDI compatible" and "loading", but nothing happens after that. Does anyone know what i did wrong? (I did unzip the games) [​IMG]
     
  2. Scorpei

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    Well I generally put the .nds files (and whatever they require, unless stated otherwise in the readme: generally that means in root) in the NDS / GAME folder. What HB are you trying to run?
     
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    I have to get back at you for the name of the games (I'm not at home right now). But the root is that next to the system folder or in the system folder?
     
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    The root is the VERY first folder you open meaning it will probably be called Removable Disk (Letter) in windows. The moment you open up to your microSD is the root. The root is before you open any of your folders in the microSD. That's why it's called the root.
     
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    Turns out I had them in the root already. I put the games in the folder NDS and now it works!
     

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