Original DS M3 Perfect + Passkey help

Discussion in 'M3 Adapter' started by jeremyx5, Nov 25, 2014.

  1. jeremyx5
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    jeremyx5 Newbie

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    Hello I am looking for software for my M3 Perfect + Passkey. I need software that would allow me to boot up rom files. I cant seem to find it anywhere

    Thank you B-)

    This is what the pass key and m3 looks like.

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  2. Shadow#1

    Shadow#1 Wii & 3DS Softmod Expert

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    2GB or less sd card formmated fat16
     
  3. purupuru

    purupuru GBAtemp Regular

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    You need to plug a nds game into that passkey that's compatible. Then you need the M3 ROM converter. You should be able to find the software here. You can use a 4gb SD as long as it's non sdhc. Also check to see if your firmware is the most up to date. That will help with ds rom compatibility. This is a good card for GBA games and you don't need to use the passkey for that
     
  4. iso jussi

    iso jussi Newbie

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    Oh man, talk about blast from the past.
     
  5. FAST6191

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    Filetrip will usually have old clients/firmwares/whatever for flash carts, it is one of the main aims of the site.
    http://filetrip.net/nds-downloads/flashcart-files/download-m3-game-manager-36a-f2397.html
    To be fair it was in the M3 family DS section (the GBA section has much the same http://filetrip.net/gba-downloads/clients-loaders-firmwares/m3-series/ ) and was not pinned.

    You might also like
    http://wiki.gbatemp.net/wiki/M3_Adapter_(Perfect/Pro/Lite)

    The M3 people abandoned it earlier than on for DS stuff (the EZTeam and Supercard people stuck it out for a least another year to get into mid 2009, mid 2008 was when this stopped getting updates for DS games) but it should still run a few DS games, moreover it is probably one of the more desirable GBA flash carts -- it plays most things and has real time clock too if you happen to want to play the GBA entries of pokemon (ruby, sapphire and emerald) without the workaround patches.
     
  6. jeremyx5
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    Thank you everyone I guess a 2gb SD card is the max I can use lol, but its working great now :)
     
  7. Shadow-Zero

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    Do mind the M3 supports up to 200 games for .sav files. Above that you'll get issues.