Warcraft Tower Defense

Discussion in 'NDS - ROM Hacking and Translations' started by godlykilla, Feb 10, 2008.

Feb 10, 2008

Warcraft Tower Defense by godlykilla at 9:45 AM (1,075 Views / 0 Likes) 3 replies

  1. godlykilla
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    Newcomer godlykilla Newbie

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    Well, I wasn't sure where to put this so sorry if i posted this in the wrong forum. Anyways, I THINK I patched Warcraft tower Defense with DLDI, but each time I press solo it says" Folder Maps cannot be found" so I tried to mess around with the options and the only thing that happened was under the "Folder maps cannot be found" it said F8 >_
     
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    when downloading warcraft towerdefence there is a readme file that tells you the instructions.
    The zip file comes with the map folder, and you need to place that on the root of your card.
     
  3. godlykilla
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    umm....i read the readme and it was confusing all I came up with was to put the .nds warcraft into the map folder, that didn't work so I put the maps folder int othe FAT folder and that didn't work either I don't understand root of your card >.
     
  4. Tweaked

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    lolll my friends 11 year old sister got that to work.... pretty sure the readme wasnt complicated for her o_o.



    Anyways, no offense, we are all new at some point after all, but heres some advice.


    NEVER, EVER, EVER say a readme is "confusing", just say strait up, i dont know what root of your card mean.

    its the base of your card, not inside any folders on your card, just the base good sir


    Hook your card up to the computer, click my computer, and then go to whatever drive is representing your card, and open it. that is the root of your card, if you go into any folders after that, ITS NOT THE ROOT OF THE CARD
     

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