Ic2005 reputable?

Discussion in 'NDS - Flashcarts and Accessories' started by Faber, Aug 10, 2013.

  1. Faber
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    Sorry I'm still new to the whole GBA flash cart thing but I find these things fascinating! They're so rare now it's one of my hobbies to collect rare things. Ic2005 has GBA flash carts available for pretty high prices but they seem really good. Anyone ever hear or order from them?
     
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    Wait, DS flash carts? They're not rare at all, and I haven't ever heard of ic2005.

    These are the shops I usually recommend.
    http://nds-card.com/
    http://www.realhotstuff.com/
    http://www.zhuzhuchina.com/store/

    Make sure to get one from the recommended list for the best results if you plan to actually use it on a modern system...
    http://gbatemp.net/t290097-which-flash-cart-should-i-get
    Though if not, chinese import shops tend to carry the most variety.

    Notable flash carts that are no longer supported include the CycloDS iEvolution, the DS-Xtreme, the M3i Zero, The EZ-Flash Vi... probably more I can't think of.
     
  3. Faber
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    Well I guess I should have been more specific. I meant the GBA flash carts. Sorry.
     
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    They are reputable.
     
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    All gba flashcarts they sell require drivers that only work on XP.
     
  6. Faber
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    I'm assuming it's because they're so old haha. So if I bought one of these would I be able to get a virtual box and use that?
     
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    pretty much. all driver based flashcarts can be managed through a VM.