MoonShell 2.08 playing up...

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Dec 20, 2009
  1. Tazer_Silverscar
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    Newcomer Tazer_Silverscar Member

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    Sorry for the big first post, but I really need this to work...
    I've used MoonShell 2.05 no problem until today. I tried to run it today to find the following details below as my screen froze.

    ~~~~~
    Top Screen
    ~~~~~
    CreateBurstList.
    FAT fclose
    ARM7 CopyFrom=0x00049200, CopyTo=0x03800000, CopySize=1824byte, ExecAddr=0x03800000.

    ARM7 Loaded. ptr=0x0200f408.
    ARM9 CopyFrom=0x00000200, CopyTo=0x02000000, CopySize=298720byte, ExcecAddr=0x2000000.
    ARM9 Loaded. ptr=0x0200fb30.
    Enable memory clean-up function.
    Dynamically Linked Disk Interface patch tool v1.24 by Michael Chisholm (Chishm)

    Based on Revision 1.4 - Mon Aug 6 19:57:56 2007 UTC (4 months, 3 weeks ago) by wntrmute

    Old driver: Default (No interface)
    New driver: EDGE v1.0

    Position in file: 0x0000F680
    Position in memory: 0x0200F680
    Patch base address: 0x02004A40
    Relocation offset: 0x0000AC40

    Patched successfully
    FAT FreeFiles
    ARM7Wait: Copy EWRAM to ARM7InternalMemory. and, Reset memory.
    REBOOT
    ~~~~~
    Bottom Screen
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    Loading "/moonshl2/reload.dat".
    Please start "moonshl2_DirectBoot.nds" when stopped on this screen
    ~~~~~

    Following the advice on the bottom screen, I then ran moonshl2_DirectBoot.nds, only to have it freeze at the following point...

    ~~~~~
    Top Screen
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    MoonShell
    ver 2.08 stable.
    MoonShell Ver 2.08 stable booting...
    Extension memory was not found.
    ~~~~~
    Bottom Screen
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    MoonShell Ver 2.08 stable
    Dec 2 2009 22:25:53 GMT+09:00
    ARM RVCT3.1 [Build 794]

    Quick DiskCheck initiated.

    Checking for duplicate clusters & fragments
    Checking FAT type.
    Performing disk read/write test.

    Quick DiskCheck successfully completed.
    ~~~~~

    I've upgraded it to Ver 2.08, reformatted my flash card, cleared all the crap (useless files, not dirt) off it, and even done about 3 complete re-installs, to no avail.

    As for my hardware...

    Flash Card: MircoSDHC 4Gb
    Flash Cartridge: EDGE DS (Owned since Ver 1.41-ish)
    Nintendo DS Model: NTR-001 C/NTR-EUR

    Anybody know what's up with it?
     
  2. inferleon

    Newcomer inferleon Advanced Member

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    Dang that looks hell to me. Is your micro sd like broken or defected or like damaged or something?
    Well you can either stick with 2.05 or spend years fixing that problem.
     
  3. Tazer_Silverscar
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    Newcomer Tazer_Silverscar Member

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    Thanks, but no, it's not a Micro SD issue. Although I tried it again today and it's working fine now. All I did was change the R button (as it was a bit damaged) and replaced the case at the bottom of my DS [​IMG]

    Weird.
     
  4. inferleon

    Newcomer inferleon Advanced Member

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    oh wow it is weird. I didnt know something can change if you fix the r button.

    WEIRD.
     

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