Homebrew SNES Emulator won't show list of rom

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Which emulator? Does it require that the ROMs are in a specific path/folder? Does it require them to be in a specific file fomat?
Well I readme and say need DIDL patcher. But I have no idea how to use it because I forgot long time ago.

DJPlace. Not yet. I use other snes emulator. I do really want buy DS2 for GBA and SNES bulit-on emulator but price is high so I have to save my money so I will able to buy it online.
 

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are your roms zipped by any chance? don't know enough about the emu but if you are certain you have placed the roms in the right directory maybe the extention is wrong
 

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The problem is with the files you are using. I had this happen to me. Which version do you have WIP 2?
Also, do you have the snemulds.cfg at the root of your micro sd card?
 

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the m3 adapters have two dldi files. try them both.

http://chishm.drunkencoders.com/DLDI/downloads/m3sd.dldi
http://chishm.drunkencoders.com/DLDI/downloads/m3sd_alt.dldi

without a proper dldi file you can't read/write to/from the msd card, so you won't be able to load a list of games.

for patching instructions:
http://dldi.drunkencoders.com/index.php?title=Win32_GUI

i would recommend that you run a no-patch on it as well, so the m3 won't try to overwrite it:
http://dldi.drunkencoders.com/index.php?title=DLDI_No-AutoPatch

never patch a patched file. make sure you are only patching a clean copy of the .nds file.

if that fails to work then try a different version of snemulds. make sure your flash kit kernel is up-to-date. you should also try a reformat using the panasonic formatting tools.

-another world
 

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Dude the problem is you have no snemulds.cfg in the root (not in a folder) of your micro sd card. Your card is auto-dldi supported by snemulds, it's stated clearly in the readme file. Listen download snemulds wip2 and make sure you get a download that contains the snemulds.cfg file....put that file in the root or it will never work...you can dldi patch it till the moon falls out of the sky and it still wont work.

@anotherworld: He can't run the emulator without the .cfg (config) file.
 
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