Top screen error when trying to load a game

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Aug 8, 2010
  1. matt9210
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    Newcomer matt9210 Newbie

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    My friend is trying to run DS roms on her R4-DS, using the latest firmware from www.r4i-sdhc.com (firmware for 1.4). Her R4 cart is a 3rd gen SDHC. She's tried several games, and each game, she gets this on the top:

    [​IMG]

    uched is different from the last cursor position
    Load Launch Data '/MOONSHL2/LAUNCH.DAT'
    aunch data load from '/MOONSHL2/LAUNCH.DA

    BootROM.cpp:196 BooROM Execute: ~10005:
    Not support commercial NDSROM file.
    Application halted!!
    Please refer [/moonshl2/logbuf.txt]

    The top screen says this on the first 4 lines, and last 4 lines. Sorry I can't be clearer, this is for a friend, and the pic of the top screen is through webcam. She's using a DS Lite.

    The bottom screen says the game can't be loaded or found and there was an application error. It completely freezes after this.

    I hope this is enough info ^^;
     
  2. KevFan

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    try backing up the micro sd and reformatt the micro sd card with panasonic sd formatter
     
  3. matt9210
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    Newcomer matt9210 Newbie

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    Already tried [​IMG]

    And we're pretty sure it's not a clone, ordered from official distributor.
     
  4. KevFan

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    Try downloading the firmware again, and put a fresh copy on the micro sd card
    (actually it is a clone of the original R4 [​IMG])
     
  5. injected11

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    No, it's a DSTT clone.

    There should be some sort of sticker on the back of it that will let you confirm authenticity by entering the code on their web site.
     

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