v1.11 Game to MoonShell problem

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Sep 6, 2007
  1. Blackout
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    I have a Chinese R4, made it English with this link: http://ehsia.com/nintendo-ds/howto/r4-chinese-english. However, I do have a problem, if I run MoonShell, it will work for the 1st time. If I run the Game directory, THEN try to run MoonShell, I either get stuck at a loading screen or two white screens. I put official Chinese firmware on then ran it the same way. I got the same problem. Is there a way to fix this?
     
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    redownload it. may be as simple as a file missing/name is wrong.
     
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    why do you need to run moonshell from the games section...?

    But I get why you're irritated. It's not doing what it should.
     
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    I'm not. but trying to switch between the 2. Games and MoonShell.
     
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    It seems to me that entering and exiting various games and apps AND Moonshell multiple times without rebooting the DS itself will cause problems.


    Could be why Ninty decided to shut the DS down after doing anything.....to clear garbage memory from corrupting the overall system operation. I'm sure that applies to just about everything else the DS does with flashcarts too.

    I do, after all, have telepathetic powers you know. LOL [​IMG] . So I'm sure I'm correct in this assumption.
     

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