TTDS Dldi Patch for Video Game Hero

Discussion in 'NDS - Emulation and Homebrew' started by Malamear, Apr 5, 2009.

  1. Malamear
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    Malamear Newbie

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    Is there anyway to do a dldi patch for the TTds? or did I get owned? I'm tying to play vgh and I don't know how to do it. and am I in trouble with other homebrew, or can I patch them to R4 or something to make it work? Help?
     
  2. osimonbinladen

    osimonbinladen Advanced Member

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    TTDS doesn't a DLDI patch.
    It should work without it.
    Um, I haven't had this problem before, but try boot it through DSOrganize.
    DSOrganize will auto patch it according to your card type, so it should work.
     
  3. Malamear
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    Malamear Newbie

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    could you give me a link? and do I have to put DSOrganize on my card? Or is it like a patcher?
     
  4. osimonbinladen

    osimonbinladen Advanced Member

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    DSOrganize is a program.
    If you wait a bit, I'll just try get it working on mine and tell you what I did.

    EDIT: What was your error?
    I ran it fine without having to do anything to the file. [​IMG]
     
  5. dark-koopa

    dark-koopa Advanced Member

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    VGH worked on my DSTT without any patch.. you must have the wrong version.

    You can also try this :

    Be sure to be 1.17 and download this ->

    http://gbatemp.net/downloads/%5B5157%5Dttdldi_v02.zip

    Put in in the root of your microSD (not in the TTMenu, the root)

    Try the homebrew, normally.. the loading bar should be green.
     
  6. SifJar

    SifJar Not a pirate

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    Apr 4, 2009
    TTDS auto dldi patches, so you shouldn't have a problem. There was never an officially released DLDI patch as it was inside the kernel, but i think someone managed to hack it out and released it. Found it. Go to YasuSoft's Japanese Page and search for ttio. You should find a link "ttio.dldi" that is the patch. He decrypted the kernel and managed to make a dldi patch from what he found.
     
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