iPlayer GBA emu v1.0 NOT WORKS IN DS FAT/DS LITE?????????

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  1. Allen_S
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    I tried the GBA emulator for iPlayer, the "NDS-GBA GBA emulator v1.0 iPlayer by following these instructions:

    Using the latest firmware:
    ·iPlayer OS v1.2 & firmware v1.06

    I put the folder on the emulator on the following route:

    H:\_system\plugins\ (FOR GBA_EMULATOR).

    H:\_system\plugins\NDSGBA\gamepak (FOR GAMES)

    BUT NEVER GBA GAMES BEGIN.

    Froze in:

    "HOMEBREW LOADING.... please wait"

    Could someone please pass the necessary files in a zip file? (mediafire, rapidshare...etc)

    Perhaps the emulator does not work with the DS Lite.

    Thanks and hope to help me .... I can not run GBA games in my "DS LITE".
     
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    It's probably his microsd card.
     
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    If someone had a safe method to run the GBA emulator on my DS lite please help me, keep trying.

    If you have files and other information are the most grateful .... remember it is for DS Lite.
     
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    Newcomer Allen_S Member

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    I believe you, but please could you tell me where you order your emulator folders?
     
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    It has nothing to do with NDS or NDSL. Try reformatting your micro sd card, and copy only the contents in the "EN" folder to system/plugins except the folder NDSGBA. Put that folder anywhere on the root or in the system folder, and put the games in that folder.

    Download this one Here
     
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    Ah yes thats right, put NDSGBA on the root or anywhere, and put the other ones in plugins.
     
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    Nothing ... still does not load the emulator ... I am very sad.

    Search YouTube video I found no GBA emulator for use with DS Lite.

    Someone might upload a video tutorial?
    (Although it is likely that my cartridge is defective.)
     
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    The instructions could be clearer

    1.You either have to copy the entire Plugins folder from the zip file to the "-System folder" (overwriting the Plugins folder that's already in there).

    Or copy all the stuff (the contents) that's in the Plugins folder on the Zip
    to the "System/Plugins" folder on the SD.

    2. Then you have to copy the entire NDSGBA folder onto the Root of the SD card.

    3.Then you have to put the games (Roms) into the "Gamepak" folder that's inside the NDSGBA folder (the NDSGBA folder in the Root directory).

    I also made the mistake of using games that were already patched for use on another cartridge (Super Card),
    the Roms must be unpatched.
     
  9. how_do_i_do_that

    Member how_do_i_do_that Blue Wizard is about to die.

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    It works correctly from where I am sitting.

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    I have mine copied over like so:

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    Folder on the left is the contents of the zip file, folder on the right is the microSD. Mine is not formated in FAT16.

    It doesn't matter where your games are, but it is alot faster if you put them in the _system\plugins\NDSGBA\gamepak folder so you don't have to folder hunt when you try to load a game on the first try.
     

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