Snes emulator help?

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  1. ImNotSkilled
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    I can't find a working Snes emulator for my Acekard 2i for Ds Lite.
     
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    Because SNES emulation hardly works on the DS. Get a DSTwo if you want SNES emulation on a DS or just buy a PSP.
     
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    these are your only choices:

    snesDS 0.6a
    SNEmulDS 0.6 wip2
    SnezziDS 0.25

    none of them are going to give you a perfect experience. snemulds is probably the best choice but be prepared for non-supported roms and spending time toying with the graphic layering options.

    if you happen to own an ez flash 3in1 or another slot-2 flash kit for your ds lite, then you can try some of the gba solutions as well.

    these topics should help you further research that:
    Slot-2 EMU listing
    http://www.pocketheaven.com/ph/boards/viewtopic.php?t=3366
    http://www.pocketheaven.com/ph/wiki/index.php?title=Snezzi_dat

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    extracted all of them to my sd card.
     
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    Zipped files don't work on a snes emulator, make sure they are unzipped.
    I recomend using snemulds it works really well.
    If your trying to play super Mario kart and certain other games, they won't work at all.
    Look up a snemulds compatability list to find out what games you can play.

    EDIT: I use my snemulds on my acekard 2i so I know from experience.
     
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    I'm trying to run Super Mario all stars, and Lttp, which are both compatible and unzipped into my rom folder for my Snes roms.



    No roms are appearing at all.
     
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    Alrighty let's see. Do you have the roms in a folder at all, or on the root of your SD
     
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    if you are using snemulds then the roms must be in a folder named "SNES". that folder must be in the root directory. also in the root direction should be the "snemul.cfg" file.

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    What exactly do you mean by root directory?

    On the root of the sd card, I have a folder named Snes Emulator, within that folder, I have 000SNSmuIDS.nds, the readme, and snesmul which is the .CFG

    Do i place the .CFG in the folder with my roms?

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    Got it to work! I put the .CFG into the rom folder named SNES, then the roms appeared when I started the emulator. Thanks everyone.
     
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    Root directory is dragging and dropping onto the sd card without placing anything in its own folder.
    But for that emulator, I am unsure what emulator you are using...