Some questions about EZFlash Vi

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Aug 9, 2010

Some questions about EZFlash Vi by HBK at 2:47 PM (949 Views / 0 Likes) 3 replies

  1. HBK
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    Okay, I got my new EZFlash Vi today, and had no problem getting 3.0 OB1 on it (had to upgrade to v101 and then it said 3.0, otherwise only 2.0 RC16). Problem is, I got two annoyances that I'd like to see solved:

    1) It DOESN'T recognize my Acekard saves! I mean, I launch a game, and it creates a new .sav, and then I have to start again? I want it to read my AK saves. I thought it was gonna overwrite my AK save, but then I launched it on AK and it loaded up the .sav no problem.

    EDIT: FIXED, just needed to create a SAVE folder and drag all my saves there.

    2) The NDS listing is TERRIBLE compared to my AK. I want it to display .NDS files ONLY, and it's displaying .nds, .sav and tons of other formats I don't want. How can I control this?

    Thanks.
     
  2. Mbmax

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    Tons of other formats ? what do you mean by that ?
    You just need the .nds file to play a game on ez5i, nothing else but the save file located in /SAVE folder. That's all.
     
  3. HBK
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    I mean I want it to display like my AK, there is a setting to display only .NDS files, all files, .SAV files, etc...

    Anyway I gave it to my sister, the extra features don't really compensate the user experience I have on the AK. The user interface on the AK is also light years ahead.
     
  4. KidIce

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    Just set the hidden file bit, the EZV will respect it.
     

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