Trouble with some games

Discussion in 'DSTT' started by zant, Jul 17, 2008.

  1. zant
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    zant GBAtemp Fan

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    Hey. Im tryin to get New super mario bros working, but it keeps sayin that save is corrupt (3) will format, it just loops back to that again. and metroid prime hunters has black text and a messed up title screen. How do I fix those? Thanks!
     
  2. MolotovC

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    Try the new 1.15 software.

    Also make sure not to have lots of .nds file on the root of the mem card, organise them into folders like games1/2/3 ect, put about 10-20 games per folder and note the folders can be named anything, the dstt will find the .nds files wherever they are.
     
  3. zant
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    i did. I have this structure- E:/GAMES/folders labed A-Z/my game.nds
     
  4. Bri

    Bri GBAtemp Psycho!

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    zant, have you tried backing up and reformatting your microSD card?

    BTW, there's no need to store the games into sub-folders within the "games" folder (unless you want to). As long as they're not on the root you should be fine. The FAT file system has a small limit to the number of files that can be at the root of the microSD, but the limit to the number of files that can be in a folder is much larger.

    -Bri
     
  5. MolotovC

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    Just checked nsmb and it seems fine, try redownloading the roms again.
     
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    X D D X GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    Both work fine for me, might be a problem in the rom you downloaded. You could find a .sav for NSMB in the GBAtemp downloads section and start a new game.
     
  7. zant
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    fixed. had to reformat to FAT32