R4 set up

Discussion in 'R4 DS' started by moominporky, Dec 28, 2011.

Dec 28, 2011

R4 set up by moominporky at 12:55 PM (463 Views / 0 Likes) 2 replies

  1. moominporky
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    Newcomer moominporky Member

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    I guess many a time questions have been asked..ive loked through the forums for hours now reading different things....i cant seem to fathom things out..so ive always been told to ask if you dont know..

    I am going to purchase this card for my childrens units..

    http://www.dsr4.co.u...-1.html#reviews

    it sent me to a link for the firmware i need

    http://filetrip.net/...od-R4-1-42.html

    i guess i dont need this if i use the firmware above?

    http://filetrip.net/f2083-R4-DS-System-Files-OFFICIAL-1-18-%28English%29.html


    so far so good i guess...Now ive looked at the micro sd cards at play.com..i understand the DS card can only hold a 2GB micro card..Ive noticed on some it has a class Number...im looking for suggestions on play.com o the one which would do the best job.


    one last question..i downloaded that firmware as above...after unraring i get this folder..
    [​IMG]
    Inside the folder i have
    [​IMG]
    inside the -rpg folder i have
    [​IMG]

    after formating the micro sd card..Do i move the items from folder 2 to the Micro sd card?

    thanks for the help and im sorry if this has been covered before..
     
  2. Stewy12

    Member Stewy12 GBAtemp Regular

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    Use Wood and just put the __rpg folder & the _DS_MENU file on the root of the SD card.

    Does it have to be Play.com? You can get a 2GB one from Amazon for £3.23
     
  3. moominporky
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    Newcomer moominporky Member

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    Thanks...I only said play.com as i have an account there and there is no potage and packaging charges..I didnt think of Amazon...ill take a look there now


    http://www.amazon.co.uk/Kingston-Technology-2GB-Digital-adapter/dp/B0015R2NUW/ref=sr_1_8?ie=UTF8&qid=1325086581&sr=8-8

    pity about the shipping costs..still cheaper
     

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