1. crimsonnight

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    To start with, I'm using it on a 3DS with the latest firmware (both on the cart & system)

    1. My main concern is with the SNES emulator - it just freezes when I select 'select games'. I have the roms present as .zip files in the correct folder. How do I fix this?

    2. I extracted DS2Tools to the root of the cart as suggested but it doesn't show up in the menu. Works fine when running as a DS rom, but is there a way to have it included in the main menu (like in the screenshot included on the download page)

    Thanks for your time!
     
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    im guessing you don't have the NDSSFC folder at the root with all of the proper files in it, they cannot be inside of another folder (or if you are using BAGSFC, u need a BAGSFC folder, and the same with CATSFC)

    download ds2tools from here and extract all of the files into your _dstwoplug folder
     
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    NDSSFC is extracted on the route of the card as instructed by the official plug-ins section, GBA emu works fine...

    Cheers, DS2Tools is now on my menu [​IMG]

    Really wanna get SNES working though so any advice would be appreciated. Also is there anyway to play NES roms?
     
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    for NES, download this and this and extract them both to your _dstwoplug folder

    for SNES try CATSFC
    Installation for CATSFC: Place catsfc.plg, catsfc.bmp, and catsfc.ini in the _dstwoplug folder of your DSTWO. Place the CATSFC folder in your dstwo's root folder (the one that contains _dstwo, _dstwoplug, etc).
     
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    Thanks for your help, but both the NES and new SNES emulators freeze whenever I select the directory that contains their ROMS (.zip files) [​IMG]
     
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    extract the games out of the .zip files, SNES should be .sfc and NES should be .nes
     
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    sry, i was unzipping everything as i wrote the last message (i have complete rom sets so it takes a while T_T) - nope, still freezes [​IMG]
     
  9. They most commonly are .smc
     
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    well you could just rename the extension, it would be to same, but just curious, are you talking about SNES or NES?
     
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    Both SNES & NES emulators freeze when trying to access the directory the roms are stored in [​IMG] GBA's totally fine (again, I'm using a complete, zipped rom set)
     
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    Some emulators have a limit to the number of files they'll see in a directory (255 IIRC). Sort your stuff into alphabetical folders or something.
     
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    Was thinking that, I'll give it a shot tonight [​IMG]

    If someone could confirm that there is in fact a limit, and also whether or not the NES/SNES emulators can read .zip files that would be great [​IMG]
     
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    I don't know if the SNES emulator can read a ZIP file, as memory on the DS is extremely limited. The NES one is more plausible since NES games are so small to begin with.
     
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    it can handle GBA zips though which are more sizable aren't they?
     
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    There is no such thing as GBA ZIPs.
     
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    Each .gba rom has been zipped into seperate .zip files and runs fine on the GBA emulator
     
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    Yes, but it's not like these emulators are made by the same authors.
     
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    yes there is, and they work fine on NDSGBA, just put the .gba into a .zip archive
     
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    Then he should've said "GBA ROMs in ZIPs"
     
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