saves and space for roms qs

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Jul 18, 2006

saves and space for roms qs by poekie at 6:56 PM (785 Views / 0 Likes) 5 replies

  1. poekie
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    i got 4 files how doe i put this files on my g6 lite and how doe i get them to work???:
    0055 - Asphalt Urban GT (E)(Eternity) 3.dat
    0055 - Asphalt Urban GT (E)(Eternity) 3.sav
    0055 - Asphalt Urban GT (E)(Eternity) 3.duc
    0055-A~1.0

    and on a lot of forums i see peaple with around 16 ds games on there g6 lites and gba games how doe they do that i only just can get 8 ds games and 3 gba games on it how doe i get more on it???
     
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    G6 lite uses the one with the .sav extension.

    The game you in your flashcard would be something like
    Gamename.nds

    along with 3 save files

    Gamename.0
    Gamename.1
    Gamename.2


    Take your 0055 - Asphalt Urban GT (E)(Eternity) 3.sav rename it to 'Gamename.0' and just drag it over to the NDS folder. Make sure you are using the Europe ver of the rom as well to make it work.
     
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    ok thank jou very much [​IMG] and for my other q???
     
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    Err.. add smaller nds games ;P
    You can fit around 60 games of the 64mbit ones.
     
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    no but they have like 2 512mb alot of 256mb an a few 128 mb so how doe they do that???
     
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    Well that's not theoritically possible to exceed 4gbit that much. If you use the 'trim' feature it will make them slightly smaller (but add a very nasty long loading time) if you meant mbyte.

    If you meant mbit, then it shouldn't be a problem with what you mentioned.. dunno what 'alot' of 256mbit is.. but if you only added 256mbit you would be able to fit 16 games.

    Or fit
    2x512mbit
    10x256mbit
    4x128mbit

    which would sum up to 4gbit and 16 games.
     

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