Need help to remove bin format for nes emulator

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Sep 12, 2012
  1. bradzx
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    Man, I don't get it. I read fceux said need require disksys.rom. I download and rename to disksys.rom but I notice format still bin. How I can get rid of bin? It still under Gameboy Advance format. I download windspro few weeks ago but I don't know how to get rid bin format for Gameboy Advance format.
     
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    Trying to understand your..... Question.
    Try renaming the extension to the desired extension.
    Think that's what you mean.
     
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    First of all, fceux doesn't require disksys.rom unless you want to play Famicon Disk System games, all of which were only released in Japan/had Cartridge releases for NA/EU.

    Secondly, .bin files are not "GBA files". How you got this idea I'll never know.

    Thirdly, you need to disable "Hide Extensions from Known File Types" in Folder Options by going to Folder Options and clicking on the View tab, then scroll down the list until you see it.
     
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    Supergamer - Uhh...I already know that...that why I download fds game and it said require disksys.rom so that why I need help to get rid of bin format from gba. even VLC format.
     
  5. Clarky

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    ??? alright, I don't know how you have managed to assioate gba roms with bin files as I have never seen a gba rom in a bin format

    anyway one problem at a time

    1.change disksys.rom to bin

    go here http://windows.microsoft.com/en-ZA/windows-vista/Show-or-hide-file-name-extensions


    2.I don't know how to get rid bin format for Gameboy Advance format.

    http://www.winhelponline.com/blog/unassociate-file-types-windows-7-vista/

    3.you don't need the famicom bios to run fceux, you only need it for famicom games

    4.google is your friend
     
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    WinDSPro reads the gba roms like bin files.
    Uninstall WinDSPro then the .bin files are gonna be again .rom
     
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    Why fds game wont respond when I press button? I press enter for start button and it wont respond. :( My friend does work. but my not. Did I do something with it?
     
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    Trying to understand one of your posts is more difficult than trying to light a candle underwater.
     
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    ???? Uh what?
     
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    with most fds games you have to load side a first, then when it asks load side b to start the game


    or you have found a bad bios
     
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    Oh never mind. I got it. I miss it under NES. That is pretty new to me.
     

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