NdsCRC help

Discussion in 'NDS - Console and Game Discussions' started by Charli, Feb 16, 2011.

  1. Charli
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    Hey there!

    I just started using NdsCRC and was wondering if I could get it to save all my roms just in the \clean folder instead of subfolders for certain release numbers like \clean\5200 ?
    It's kind of annoying that when I'm looking for a certain rom I have to browse through the NDSHave.txt to look up the release number so I know which folder it is in... I don't need 20+ folders all just containing one or two games...
     
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    You don't need to open NDSHave.txt. The ROM list in the main GUI should have the release number already next to the game title. If you right-click the ROM, you'll get a context menu that will let you extract it to the Desktop or wherever you want it to go.
     
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    uh, I never tried right click, that's convenient [​IMG] but it would be nice nevertheless so I don't have to start up NdsCRC everytime... but right clicking will do just fine I guess
     
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    NDScrc also has a search function built into it which you can use to find specific roms
     
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    yeah, but I wouldn't have to search for it in the first place if all my roms were in the same folder ^^
     
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    Maybe you should consider switching to RToolDS. The GUI is a lot more polished. You can throw all of your ROMs into a single folder and RToolDS won't automatically sort them into separate subfolders.
     
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    thanks, RToolDS is quite convenient for copying roms to my DSTwo [​IMG] but it won't rename my roms, which was the reason I got NdsCRC for, but I guess I'll just use both of them or don't care about renaming anymore...

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    just figured out that it can rename them when transferring them to the sd card! I'll stick to RToolDS now [​IMG]
     
  8. ecko

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    you can use ndscrc for renaming and rtoolds for copying to sd
     
  9. Masked Ranger

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    Open up NdsCRC, click on the "Settings" Tab. In the "Sort archives in directories" area, select "None". Select the "Rom List" tab and click on the "Search & Sort" button. NdsCRC will then move all your zip files from "X:\clean\####" to "X:\clean". It will not delete the empty subfolders of \clean. You now have all your files in one directory.
     
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    Thanks Masked Ranger! Don't know why it didn't come to my mind that this was just the option I was looking for [​IMG]
     
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    Glad I can help.