SnemulSNES for R4 1.16

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  1. vodoochild81
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    I recently updated my R4 firmware. When I keep the SNES folder in my root it works fine. However, all it allows me to access is the SNES emulator. AS if the only folder I had on my R4 was the SNES one. When I take it off, my system folder and etc reappear. Of course when I move it out of the root folder the emulator does not work. Has anyone else had this problem? How can I fix this?
     
  2. TrolleyDave

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    Have you tried reformatting the card and putting all the stuff back on?
     
  3. m3rox

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    It's because you're using an emulator that doesn't exist. The only SNES emulator for the DS with a name even remotely similar to that is SnemulDS.
     
  4. DanTheManMS

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    You could have pointed out the spelling error in a much nicer way. No need to be a spelling nazi about it.

    As for the problem itself, it does sound like card corruption to me. Try TrolleyDave's suggestion.
     
  5. vodoochild81
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    Thanks man for the defense on that. If you mean format the micro SD then yes I did format the card, and it is still doing the problem. Do you guys have R4 1.16 and are running the emu no prob? What else could it be. I actually put my system folder in the SNES folder, and i can access my games that way. However, it disables the ability to do cheats that way. Would re installing my firmware help?
     
  6. Forbez

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    Im having the exact same problem. Wonder what's going on?
     
  7. TrolleyDave

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    Strange, I don't have any problems at all. Have you tried updating to to the new firmware released today or downgrading to an older version?
     
  8. gukid

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    What is the name of your snes directory? If it's something "funny" try renaming it to something simple like "snes". I have 1.16 and a snes folder and can browse it fine. I also put the snes.nds file in the root, and have only the rom files in the "snes" folder. Perhaps give that a try.
     
  9. vodoochild81
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    Yea actually did that, and it worked. Thanks. The only problem is that most the ROMS run terrible, or don't even run at all.
     
  10. Rankio

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    Welcome to emulation on the NDS.
     
  11. bumjeans

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    Check out Jenesis DS! While not perfect, its certainly good enough.
     
  12. vodoochild81
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    yea, I hear you, but its times like these you feel grateful to have a psp ha.
     
  13. DanTheManMS

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    If you tinker around with the options you can sometimes get lucky and find a decent set of graphics configurations. There are a couple of compatibility lists about that may help you with this.