M3i Zero doesn´t work

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Aug 16, 2010

M3i Zero doesn´t work by KaitoYamamura at 3:49 PM (765 Views / 0 Likes) 3 replies

  1. KaitoYamamura
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    Newcomer KaitoYamamura Newbie

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    Hello.

    I recently bought a M3i Zero and a Nintendo DSi. I started playing a few games but i noticed that the DSi freezed when i was playing some games like: Pokemon Soul Silver, Mario and Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story, The Legend of Zelda : The Spirit Tracks, The Legend of Zelda Phantom Hourglass.
    I thought that maybe i needed to update firmware (replace the system folder), so i downloaded this: http://filetrip.net/file.php?id=4374 and placed the system folder in the root of my MicroSD card. When i turned my DSi on i tried to access the M3 DS real and i couldn´t because the DSi crashed and the screen turned black.
    After that i downloaded the system folder here http://www.m3adapter.com/SLOT-1_Series_M3i-Zero.htm and placed it in the microsd card again, now i can access the m3 but i can´t run any game, i press the A button and nothing happens.

    I real need help, i want to have the M3 working properly and all games to work fine.

    Thank you and sorry for my awfull english writing.
     
  2. bennyheartless

    Newcomer bennyheartless Member

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    A slower class sd card can result in freezing. I have a class 2 sandisk and get it sometimes. It could be that. Some games just aren't going to work perfectly. It's the downfall of emulation.
     
  3. g6team

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    If you have another Microsd try using that and see if that's the issue.
     
  4. gamefreak94

    Member gamefreak94 GBAtemps (Un)Official Illogical Poster

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    Yeah it's your SD card. Or maybe your flashcart is messed up.
     

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