Non Fat?? :S

Discussion in 'NDS - Emulation and Homebrew' started by joelxxl, Sep 7, 2008.

Sep 7, 2008

Non Fat?? :S by joelxxl at 9:10 AM (1,535 Views / 0 Likes) 15 replies

  1. joelxxl
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    Hee people,

    I just downloaded Beup 0.3 Final
    And now i see this maps:

    Chism
    Directories for Fat
    DragonM
    No-fat
    Rein
    Rein 16

    But i Dont now what all those files mean.
    I have a M3 DS Real.
    So can you tell me which file I need to put on my M3?

    Btw. Sorry for my English i'm Dutch.

    Joel
     
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    Please help [​IMG]
     
  3. Rowan

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    beup doesnt work anymore
     
  4. Wynd

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    Oh. When I read the topic title. Non Fat. I thought it's a non fat food. meh. Im hungreh
     
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    Newcomer joelxxl Member

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    Are u serious?
     
  6. Sephi

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    you'll have to use a web browser and go to m.ebuddy.com (I'm pretty sure that's the right url)

    beups 'works' but you can't connect
     
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    Give the developer a while. He'll fix it soon.
     
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    It works.........i think i couldn't get it to work with my router and my friends router but yesterday i got it to work at the airports free wi-fi acess point [​IMG]

    But when i came home I still coudn't connect strange [​IMG]
     
  9. psywolf

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    i don't know what this is but to answer the simple question posed in this title no fat mean ds lite file as opposed to the origanal which is considered fat
     
  10. raulpica

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    No, it means that it is a special version for the few flashcards which don't support the FAT filesystem.
     
  11. Maikel Steneker

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    He will? 'Couse I don't get the impression he's working on it.
     
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    It's cause, you n00b [​IMG]
     
  13. psywolf

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    thats another way to say it but basically what i meant
     
  14. raulpica

    Supervisor raulpica With your drill, thrust to the sky!

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    Well no, because non-FAT flashcard doesn't mean it's a flashcard designed for DSLite [​IMG]
     
  15. psywolf

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    ok well your talking about a flashcart which i guess is what this is

    cause what i mean is the diff in the files used on the cart

    like my r4 recently had a problem playing the homebrew megaETK.nds then i found the same non fat file mega(nofat)ETK.nds
    and it plays fine
     
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    Because No-Fat usually doesn't access any file in your microSD, and that solves most of the incompatibility problems with pre-DLDI applications.
     

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