Super Card One I Questions

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Dec 19, 2010
  1. Austindo140
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    Hey guys, i haven't really done much on this forum before, but i joined for cases just like this. I've had a few questions about the super card one i, and haven't found the answers yet. Ive tried posting on the official super card forum, but its garbage, it takes four days for one person to reply...
    But my questions are:

    Is the ds one i able to play retro games? As an example: NES games, SNES games, Gameboy games, Gameboy color games, Gameboy advance games?

    When placing moonshell on a ds one i, where exactly do you put it in the files?

    About a month ago nintendo released a new dsi update. Im not sure what the exact name of the update was, but i know its after 1.4. If i update my dsi, will the supercard one i still work? I havent updated it yet, im still using 1.4
     
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    There are some emulators but snes, genesis and gba don't play that well. GBA plays okay and only plays with expansion though.

    Moonshell should be placed in the root if the version haven't changed Moonshell Folder and moonshell.nds

    If you upgrade the firmware it should work on the most recent DSI firmware.

    Edit: Added Link Below
    http://gbatemp.net/t255764-list-of-all-emulators-for-ds
     
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    Where do i put the retro emulators on the supercard?
    Also where do i put the retro games themselves?
     
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    ??????
     
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    nvm = nevermind

    I thought you were trying to get DSTWO emulators running on your DSonei [​IMG]
     
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    i know what nvm means, i was just wandering what you changed your mind about
     
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    Depending on the emulator different steps should be taken but it should have a read me included when you download it so follow that.
     
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    NES games, SNES games, Gameboy games, Gameboy color games, Gameboy advance games?

    IDK about the SCDSonei, but I know about DSTTi, which would run emulators at the same speed.

    NES games: all playable that I tested, full speed, slight graphic compression.
    SNES: SNEmulDS does some games well, some near perfect, and some cruddy. It's a hit and miss.
    GB/GBC: Good, see NES above
    GBA: Nothing but DSTWO and iSmartMM (and some other one I think) can do it, unless you get a slot-2 solution for it, which is expensive. Search for it here.
     

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