Touchpod Boot

Discussion in 'M3 Adapter' started by North_dan, Dec 19, 2009.

Dec 19, 2009

Touchpod Boot by North_dan at 3:47 PM (1,096 Views / 0 Likes) 4 replies

  1. North_dan
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    Newcomer North_dan Newbie

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    I got my M3i Zero and i'm not able to boot in toucpod (with the A button on startup) when i select touchpod i only get the black screen!!

    Sakura works not problem.
    I don't know if i'm missing something, but i taught that i could have both system (Touchpod & Sakura) on my card, that i just had to switch them with the A button on satrup.

    Please help

    Thanks in advance & happy holidays to everybody!!
     
  2. sumarth

    sumarth Newbie

    i dont think touchpod is neccessary, you will probably prefer sakura anyway

    download this

    http://down.gbalpha.com/GBalpha/Softwares/...;M3DS-R_M58.zip

    put it on your microSD

    then the dualboot should work

    you probably downloaded just sakura before
     
  3. BlitX

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  4. North_dan
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    Newcomer North_dan Newbie

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    Thank you for the reply's

    But it seems that i'm doing something wrong!

    What i did so far:
    - When i got the card i installed the core file
    - Then copied the system folder from the G6&M3DS-R_M58 file (witch only gave me the touchpod firmware with no dual boot screen)
    - After that copied the system folder from the M3Sakura_v1.44_2nd_Multi file (witch gave me Sakura with dual boot screen without being able to boot tochpod)

    I did those steps in this exact order and i also tried switching step two & three with the results stated above.

    Please help me!!
    Thank you!!
     
  5. Tux'

    Member Tux' GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    Maybe try backing up all your NDS games and everything on your SD card to your computer and format the SD card? Then put in the multi-boot file and put your DS games and all back in, maybe it's your SD card?
     

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