nesDS (6/14/2007)

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  1. shaunj66
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    nesDS (6/14/2007)

    Now with DLDI support!








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    Loopy has updated nesDS to include full DLDI support! Unfortunately, nothing else seems to be new at the moment. Download below.
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  2. Sinkhead

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    Maybe you could mention what it means to have DLDI support, as in. You can now save on all flashcarts etc.

    - Sam
     
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  4. Elrinth

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    NESDS is the shit! Finally I can start playing those great games... Hope savestate works n so on [​IMG]
     
  5. FAST6191

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    Saves do work but remember you need to hit the touchscreen and save manually there (after an ingame save if you go that route or just use it for normal saves).
     
  6. Destructobot

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    For anyone that doesn't know, you bring up the options screen by touching the touchscreen.

    SRAM data is not written to a save file automatically. You have to go to the File tab and click "Save SRAM". SRAM data is loaded automatically next time you start the game.

    Save states work (also in the File tab), but you only get one per game.

    There is currently no way to save your settings.
     
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    shit!!!!!!

    I was playing smb3 and my dsl became engulfed in flames and my house was destroyed by the Anti-Christ.

    DO NOT DOWNLOAD THIS BAD THINGS WILL HAPPEN
     
  9. Glacius0

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    Hey guys, I think it would be better to also post an original link with the source of the news when you post these things. This way people who are interested can get more information.
     
  10. looneyboy784

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    loopy's website is kind of bland. There is not much to see there other than the download link.
     
  11. OSW

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    haha true that.

    BTW fantastic emu. love the menu/option layout!
     
  12. Sinkhead

    Sinkhead yay p1ngpong.

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    So...?

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  13. The Teej

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    How do I use this? Do I just put the ROMs in the same directory, put it in my SC DS One And run it?

    Is there any sort of patching that needs to be done or whatever? I never truly understood how DLDI works.
     
  14. Destructobot

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    You need to apply the DLDI patch for your particular flashcart. The NES roms go anywhere on the memory card, it doesn't matter where.
     
  15. The Teej

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    Got it work! Thanks! [​IMG]

    Ah man, nesDS is AWESOME. I mean, the idea of being able to reverse time, brilliant! Very good stuff [​IMG]
     
  16. OSW

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    hmm, i'm still a bit confused about saving instructions.
    Save state works great, but for normal saves is this the right way to go;

    save in game
    go into menu: save sram

    ??
     
  17. Destructobot

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    save in game
    go into menu: save sram
    ???
    profit

    Basically, the SRAM data (what the NES game would normally save, as in Final Fantasy or Zelda) is only written to a file when you use the "Save SRAM" option in the File tab of the options.

    Use that option to save the data to a file, then that data will be loaded automatically next time you load that same game.
     
  18. StingX

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    it says i need a Dldi patch...I thought I d/l'd that or is this something illegal that gbatemp didn't include
     
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    Where does the SRAM save go in the slot-1 cards now with the DLDI patching?
    Btw, I'm still using my SCSD Slot-2 for homebrew like this. Legacy stuff FTW!