How to auto run a game in dstt?

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  1. eddowii2
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    [​IMG] How do you autorun a game in dstt? [​IMG]
    (not try naming it default.nds though!)
     
  2. Pliskron

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    Try naming it default.nds
     
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    Sorry, It dosen't work! [​IMG]
     
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    try naming it ttmenu.dat, if that don't work, then its not possible
     
  5. drwhojan

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    Why autorun a game ?, Im sure over's would like to select a game they like also!
     
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    It works on R4 cards but the DSTT doesn't seem to support that function
     
  7. jurassicplayer

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    You can autorun a game by using ysmenu, but you can't do it any other way on the DSTT that I know of.
     
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    just do not be lazy and just pick the game manualy
     
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    edit the .ini file and look for the default.nds and rename it to Nameofgame.nds
     
  10. eddowii2
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    I got 56 games!
     
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    Err, but then you would only be able to play 1 game if you autorun...
     
  12. eddowii2
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    It's moonshell 2.10!
     
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    have you tried what i have suggested? try editing the .ini file and look for the line where it says Default.nds to (nameofthegame).nds
     
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    looks like you have a .ini file... try the thing that i suggested... and tell me if it worked.. [​IMG]
     
  18. jurassicplayer

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    Duh it will work o.0?....as long as YSMenu works fully, it will be able to autoboot...hence why I said the only way that I knew of would be by using YSMenu...
     
  19. Totoy_Kamote

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    sorry! i didn't read your post! [​IMG]

    OP: try editing that .ini file using notepad and look for the line with default.nds and rename it to what you want.. [​IMG]
     
  20. BBR

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    Actually, you only have to rename moonshl,nds to ttmenu.dat
    And the ttmenu.dat to ttmenu.nds, so you can go to ttmenu ^^