Just bought an EZ Flash III

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Jul 21, 2011

Just bought an EZ Flash III by Keylogger at 9:43 AM (2,385 Views / 0 Likes) 5 replies

  1. Keylogger
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    Hi,

    Just bought an EZ Flash III (This one: here )
    But it doesn't work on my Windows 7 - 64bits computer. Do you know where can I found a windows 7 compatible driver?

    Thanks a lot
     
  2. FAST6191

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    No drivers official or otherwise. I am not sure if it will work under the windows 7 vm but you should be able to get a full on VM running.
    http://gbatemp.net/t275407-using-virtualbo...-gba-flashcarts

    Failing that I have yet to try it but you might have some luck with a XP liveCD of some form.

    Nice job on scoring an EZ3 as well.
     
  3. whyyes

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    Where'd you manage to find that gem?
     
  4. dickfour

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    I got a nice xp laptop for $55. I use it with my old parallel port linkers and GBA flash carts. I can throw it under my bed when I'm not using it.
     
  5. how_do_i_do_that

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    To get the EZ-Flash III drivers working you will need to use Virtual PC (or the XP mode that you can download from microsoft) or VMWare. The EZ-Flash III will blink red if you try and get the drivers to work under virtualbox.


    Virtualbox sees the EZ-Flash III as 2 devices for whatever reason.
     
  6. DJ88

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    I picked up an EZ Flash III recently as well. I managed to get it working using my iMac and virtualbox to run XP. All I had to do was set up virtualbox to see the USB port and the writing device, and it's worked perfectly.
     

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