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Discussion in 'NDS - Emulation and Homebrew' started by CrimsoniteX, Dec 24, 2007.
Has anyone had this problem? I'm using the latest version of nesDS. Thanks in advance!
I had the same problem, i dont know if its the emulator or the rom im using, i ignored it since i have it on All-Stars and Lameboy (or whatever the DS GB/C emulator is).
It's a bad rom. Get a good one.
If you've got a GoodNES set you want to use the files that have [!] in the filename, that means it's a confirmed good rom.
yup, i had this problem and getting a different rom fixed it.
An alternative fix is to hold the A button while you press Start, though the better solution would be to get a good rom.
Either use a different rom, or when pressing start to play it, hold the button that you've set to be A (default is Y is B and B is A, so if you haven't changed anything, then hold B while pressing start)
Hope that helps
EDIT: Oh, you beat me to it
Thanks guys, works nicely.