Proffessor layton and the last specter (dutch) help please!

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  1. azkirby
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    Please help me out.
    I really want to play this game but i don't come farther than the first puzzle
     
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    HELPONS
     
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    Is the game freezing after the or during the first puzzle?
     
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    He is not freezing, but after you click on anwser, you go back to the puzzle.
     
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    Which firmware are you using? Sakura, Touchpod, YSM3 or WoodYS? I recommend using WoodYS from the topic http://gbatemp.net/topic/268715-alternative-firmwares-for-m3/ and it can be updated with the latest files from RetroGameFan's Updates over here:http://gbatemp.net/topic/267243-retrogamefan-updatesreleases/ replace the WoodYS or YSM3 files with the ones from the latest update and DAT update. The files that need replacing to update are infolib.dat, savlib.dat, extinfo.dat and m3patch.dat. If you can't figure out how to update it I can post an updated version for you.
     
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    Well, the last time i want to get an updated version of something, all my saves where deleted, so if you can make a sort of guide, Than i'm very happy!
    I use YSmenu, woodm3 1.25, ans sakura
     
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    Wood M3 is way out of date and if you're using YSmenu it's probably out of date. I found an updated version to WoodYS(which uses YSmenu's loader with the Wood GUI) over on filetrip http://filetrip.net/f26934-WoodYS-6-72.html. You may be able to keep updated by visiting filetrip and searching WoodYS from time to time.
     
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    I tried it but i can´t start a game. With 36 games on my mini sd card, i can´t start a single one.

    EDIT: It works! Thank you very much! the only thing is i can't play on my YSMenu and woodm3 now....
     
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    Glad to be of service! Also, WoodYS is YSmenu but it uses the same GUI as Wood M3 so you get the best of both worlds. You can still use the Wood GUI and themes and have all the latest updates. If you'd rather just have a YSmenu GUI you can grab YSM3 from RGF's updates by just installing the m3i zero/m3 real folder in the latest update from the official topic located here: http://gbatemp.net/t...pdatesreleases/ make sure to always replace the files with the latest DAT update, unless it says to use the current version in which case would be the latest DAT update.

    EDIT: I've gone ahead and updated both WoodYS and YSM3 to the latest versions
    You can download them below.

    WoodYS 6.73: http://filetrip.net/f27062-WoodYS-6-73.html

    YSM3 6.73: http://filetrip.net/f27067-YSM3-6-73.html
     

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