NES emulator help

Discussion in 'NDS - Emulation and Homebrew' started by Gh0sti, Feb 15, 2010.

  1. Gh0sti
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    Gh0sti iOS Guru

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    hi i have nesDS latest version and trying to get it to run on Acekard 2i using akaio 1.5.1 firmware, for some reason it keeps freezing where it says nesds and my screens are black

    anyone know how to fix this?
     
  2. ChuckMcB

    ChuckMcB GBAtemp Fan

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    Try following these instructions for nesDS
     
  3. injected11

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    So it says "nesDS" with a white line below it, and the rest is blank? My first reaction would be that it is working properly, but you have your NES roms in the wrong location. Mine work properly when they are in a folder "NES" in the root of the card.
     
  4. Gh0sti
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    yea i am still having problems, i am having the white line with it saying nesDS and the rest is blank
    so i made a folder called apps and put nesds in there, then i made a nes file and put my roms in there and it wont see any of the games
     
  5. choconado

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    no, no, the nes folder has to be in the root of the card.

    (does anyone else get bugged by the fact that most homebrews demand root placement? )
     
  6. Gh0sti
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    well i got it to work on my iplayer so all is good just dont know why it wont work on my acekard
     
  7. twiztidsinz

    twiztidsinz Taiju Yamada Fan

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    I don't know of many homebrew apps that NEED to be in the root folder... but many have folders that need to be in the root, like /data/ or /fonts/
    If that bothers you... set the folders to HIDDEN and any firmware worth a damn will not display them.
     
  8. Shufflemac

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    Same problem for DSTT as well...
     
  9. injected11

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    Load nesDS through Moonshell.
     
  10. Shufflemac

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    Nope still messed up for me, although, it will load up fine with the .nes fix found here under "extras".