Recycle Folder?

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  1. xshinox
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    when i first started up my acekard2i with the official firmware, i saw a folder called Recycle. it had 3 games in it but i deleted those a long time ago. they even played when i chose them. whats the deal with that?

    at least i saved some space [​IMG]
     
  2. BoxShot

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    Question: Do you have a mac?
     
  3. Briankealing

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    Macs do seem to make a sort of trash folder on flash drives and stuff. Delete something and it goes in that hidden folder.
     
  4. Jakob95

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    Lol this is what happened to my R4. I had these 2 games I didn't like so I deleted them threw my Schools computer which is a MAC. But for some reason the games did delete but my memory didn't decrease it stayed the same. So I backuped all the files on the microSD at home on my Windows XP then formated.

    EDIT: Also can anyone help me in my Topic?
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  5. xshinox
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    no i do not have a mac. i guess i understand that hidden folder. thanks for giving me a answer.

    btw, whats this .cc file? some games has it...
     
  6. jaywilson

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    its a cheat file
     
  7. Another World

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    more precisely they are little cheat files created per-rom. they are used so that the cheat engine can access that smaller file instead of the much larger database. the end result is faster access speeds to your cheats. if you put a new rom on your msd building a .cc file for it is a good idea.

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  8. UltraMagnus

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    the .recycle folder is something created by any unix system where deleted items go to die. if you demount the drive before removing it, it should be emptied.
     
  9. Hopawarty

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    Lol.

    I Doubt he is running an unix based system
     
  10. mercluke

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    why?
    what's so unbeleivable about somebody using a *nix OS?
     
  11. UltraMagnus

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    you do realise that both mac OSX and Linux are unix systems right?
     
  12. Tokiopop

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    People shouldn't talk about shit that they don't know shit about.
     
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  14. xshinox
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    xshinox GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    i got another question to ask instead of making another topic;

    i tried to use cheats but they didnt work on my AKAIO acekard2i. why doesnt it work? do i have to change cheat function from default to ENABLE?
     
  15. nicky041192

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    i had this on my r4... so i went on dsorganise to delete it. saves me formatting it.
     
  16. BoxShot

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    Yes you have to enable it.