How to organize MyCard files?

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Feb 22, 2008

How to organize MyCard files? by prism1029 at 7:10 AM (1,297 Views / 0 Likes) 8 replies

  1. prism1029
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    Newcomer prism1029 Member

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    Is it possible to organize the folders and files in MyCard? i.e. alphabetically
     
  2. tguellich

    Newcomer tguellich Advanced Member

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    My files are organized alphabetically. In Windows, right click and choose Arrange icons by>Name. That worked for me.
     
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    DriveSort works well! [​IMG]

    You can get it from here link : http://www.anerty.net/software/file/DriveSort.php

    To make it easier here is how you do it once you have the program

    1. Select disk open from the menu

    2. Select your micro sd card's drive letter and click on OK

    2. In the left window, browse to root of NDS Rom directory structure and click on it

    3. From the third icon along, which by default shows the letters a e, select the dropdown list and ensure LNF ( Long file name ) is selected as there is a tick in Subdirectories. The icon should now look like a small square on top of a large square

    4. Enjoy!
     
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    Thanks Digital1980, helped me too!
     
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    I would recommend DriveSort since it's easy to use and i've heard reports that FatSort doesn't work on some cards.
     
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