The perfect DS EMulator ( No$GBA )

Discussion in 'NDS - Emulation and Homebrew' started by tooneyz, Feb 24, 2009.

Feb 24, 2009
  1. tooneyz
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    Hey ist my 1st time posting on this iste i realy luv this site it always help me but i finaly got a a probleme yeahh [​IMG]
    i was wondering if u can used
    DSOrganize
    or
    Moonshell
    or
    The Supercard

    on NO$GBA or ideas because am gonna buy the dsi and i sold my ds so am playin ds on my pc now so ist it possible yo dot if so how i already use a super card once and ist was pretty easy
    thx in advance
     
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    I don't understand your question [​IMG]

    You want to emulate SuperCard firmware on your PC?
     
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    tooneyz

    (Hey ist my 1st time posting on this iste i realy luv this site it always help me but i finaly got a a probleme yeahh yaynds.gif
    i was wondering if u can used
    DSOrganize
    or
    Moonshell
    or
    The Supercard ) on NO$GBA or ideas

    The answer is no
     
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    The answer is only no if you're wrong. Apps which use DLDI are a bit of a bitch to get running on some emulators, but it's not inherently impossible. For no$gba, you need to make an FCSR image, which builds all of the external files into the ROM (so, for say Moonshell, all the skin data, etc. is part of moonshell.nds). The easiest way to do this is with DLDIrc, but the release version often fails when creating FCSR images; so you'll need to replace one of the files in it. I'll quote the ever-helpful dantheman here, since he explains it better than I ever could:

     
  5. tooneyz
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    thx 4 the info guyz but do u know why the FCSR can save like dantheman man said
    and aslo did someone already try it
     
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    i cant understand.... [​IMG]
     
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    There actually is an experimental FCSR DLDI file that has partial save support, but it probably won't work too well. See http://dev-scene.com/NDS/FCSR_Tutorial for the DLDI file to download. Either replace the old "fcsr.dldi" file with that one or modify the build.bat file to point to the new filename.
     
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    OK, since not everyone knows how to do this, how would one create and add Files to a dldi.img under Windows 7???????? Asking so I can get Neo.ds working using DraStic
     
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    Where is the Windows Instructions? Everywhere I go on making a dldi.img, they write the Directions as if everyone uses Linux.
     
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    Real devs use Linux
     

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