Problems with DSOrganize

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Jun 16, 2008

Problems with DSOrganize by Ilfrit at 11:29 AM (1,305 Views / 0 Likes) 4 replies

  1. Ilfrit
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    Newcomer Ilfrit Member

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    I use a DS Linker (N-card clone) and downloaded DSOrganize 3.2 (final).
    Well, it works, but every action takes like an eternity.
    Like copying a save(512 KB) in another folder took several minutes, while other homebrews need seconds to write some MB.
    It also needs a lot of time whenplaying a song and going back to play another song.

    My question: Is it supposed to be this slow?
    I tried DSOrganize.nds file + DSOrganize folder without changing anything
    and I tried DSOrganize.nds + DSOrganize folder.

    Is there something I can do to make it faster?
     
  2. genuisgeek

    Member genuisgeek GBAtemp Regular

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    DSO 3.2 was buggy
    so there is a new one that came shortly after called DSO 3.11129 or something like that its the better one
    its prob in the dload section so check that out and see if its faster
     
  3. Swip

    Member Swip GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    Uhh... Isn't DSO 3.11129 older than DSO 3.2?
     
  4. DanTheManMS

    Member DanTheManMS aka Ricochet Otter

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    Yeah, geniusgeek was wrong there. 3.11129 is indeed older than 3.2, but it is more stable and so you should try using it instead. DragonMinded got pissed from everybody harassing him, released 3.2 even though it wasn't stable, and left.
     
  5. fgghjjkll

    Member fgghjjkll GBATemp MegaMan

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    WHAT!? Then that means no more DSO updates? @$#% i Really like 3.2! they could at least debug 3.2!
     

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