how to get rid of them borders?

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Feb 27, 2008
  1. speedbreaker
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    how do i get rid of them borders when playing gba games? im using ez flash 3and1 and using gba exploder!
     
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    If you're trying to disable the image displayed around the GBA screen, delete any files named "gbaframe.bmp" from your memory card.

    If you're trying to get the games to play full screen on a DS, it's not going to happen.
     
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    thats strange i dont see gbaframe.bmp nowhere on my memory card! where is it supposed to be at?
     
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    If you mean just the black border around GBA games, you can't get rid of them. That's just the way it is.
     
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    i want to put the black border but can't find that .bmp file to delete it! where is it located at?
     
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    There shouldn't be one unless you put it there. If you don't have one, there will be black frames around your GBA game, and you can't get rid of it
     
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    GBA ExpLoader looks in the root of the memory card, the GBA_SIGN folder and the _SYSTEM_ folder for GBAframe.bmp, and uses it if it finds it.

    If you are starting a GBA game from the R4/M3 Simply boot slot 2 button, the flashcart will look in the _SYSTEM_ folder, as well as the _SYSTEM_\THEMES\THEMEXX folders.
     
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    thanks destructobot what you said worked!
     

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