How to remove YSmenu?

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Jun 4, 2008

How to remove YSmenu? by ChiliD at 5:13 AM (1,033 Views / 0 Likes) 4 replies

  1. ChiliD
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    Newcomer ChiliD Member

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    I installed YSmenu, following the directions in this thread (which by the way were extremely helpful--kudos and thanks to Bri!), and after checking it out for a while, I have decided that I don't want YSmenu anymore. I just want the TTmenu. Since I have a lot of apps and games on my microSD I don't want to have to start over adding them if I mess something up, so I thought I'd ask... which files do I need to delete to get TTmenu back as my default, without any leftover YSmenu files on the microSD card?

    TIA,
    ChiliD
     
  2. Nakura

    Member Nakura GBAtemp Regular

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    Well seeing as you said default, that must mean you made YSMenu you default. Therefor get the DSTT TTMenu.dat file and overwrite the YSMenu one, and delete the "YSMenu.ini" file from the TTMenu folder.

    Also remove "ttdldi" and "ttpatch" if you have them. That should be about it.
     
  3. ChiliD
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    Now it won't boot at all. [​IMG] I must have done something wrong!

    I removed the YSmenu files, but now my microSD tries to bot to YSmenu and when it fails it tries to boot to TTmenu but since that one is not default it fails, and now I have a flash cart with no working firmware...

    I've decided to not reinstall anything until I see more info in this thread. Any info is appreciated at this point.

    -ChiliD
     
  4. Bri

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    You need to get the official "TTMenu.dat" and install that at the root of your microSD card (replace the one that's there). If there's a file named "TTMenu.nds" it's probably the same file, so you can just rename it to "TTMenu.dat". You can get it here if you don't have it: http://gbatemp.net/index.php?download=2134

    At this point, it should boot into the menu just fine. If it boots up, you can delete the following files from the "TTMENU" folder (they are part of YSMenu, but won't interfere with TTMenu if you want to leave them):


    ttdldi.dat
    ttpatch.dat
    YSMenu.ini
    YSMenu1.bmp
    YSMenu2.bmp


    You can also delete the following file from the root (if it's there):


    YSMenu.nds


    If it doesn't boot up, you've deleted something you need. In that case, delete the entire "TTMENU" folder and replace it with the official one from the above link.

    -Bri
     
  5. ChiliD
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    These past few days have been far too busy... but now it's working and I am happy again. Thanks! [​IMG]
     

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