Gaming Patapon 3 Demo

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There a patapon 3 coming? YEESSSS!
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I downloaded another patapon 3 demo which is an iso file and it gives me the error (80020149) >.> I even have the eboot one and it says I need to have version 6.20, any help?
Edit: Used prometheus 3 v4 recently came out and it worked =D
 

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    The bad thing about the VM that depending on your machine it doesn't work right. For example pcs with USB 3.0 there is no point in using a VM for this purpose, as the USB 3.0 drive does not recognize an old driver.
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    That sounds like a configuration issue, any OS i have installed in VMWare & Virtualbox loads my USB 3.0 as at least 2.0
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    I use Ubuntu Server for everything other than gaming lol
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    Haven't been having issues with USB. Whenever you plug a device in, VMware asks you if you want to mount it to the VM or the host.
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    I am that guy
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    I recall the linker software worked in Win7, so maybe try the drivers in that link @Jonnathann_2022
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    Use the 32-bit version ofc for better compatibility.
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    @Veho, Thanks. I thought that this would run Windows, and also Android.
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    Vocês não entenderam. Existe uma coisa chamada compatibilidade de driver USB. A forma como o EFA grava os jogos não é como a memória flash. É uma memória que simula uma memória de um cartucho com alguns endereços onde a cada endereço é alocado um jogo. Na verdade, é um processo muito semelhante à gravação de uma eprom. É por isso que a versão da unidade USB 2.0 deve ser compatível porque é o sistema operacional que faz a gravação. Usei uma VM windows xp no meu notebook Samsung Essentials e não consegui gravar o driver que reconhece o cartucho, aparece uma mensagem de erro.
    Jonnathann_2022 @ Jonnathann_2022: Vocês não entenderam. Existe uma coisa chamada compatibilidade de driver USB. A forma como o EFA...