What ROM manager is best for the M3?

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Jul 10, 2008
  1. MitchStar
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    So my Kingston 4gig just got here and I'm waiting for my M3 Real to get here. I just put the triple boot stuff on the card as well as all my games.

    So while I wait for the M3 to get here, I want something to distract me, so I figured I would try out a ROM manager.

    Whats the best rom manager for OSX Leopard?
     
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    Rominator

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    I originally put up the link to the old Rominator. The link above is the most recent one.
     
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    rominator is the best made
     
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    Isn't Rominator made by Hankchill? He's got an awesome Mac Pro.
     
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    yep it is.. he is around here somewhere...
     
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    I think rominators the best, I use it on my window xp though. I think it supports mac
     
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    NDScrc is pretty good , if you managed it to configure [​IMG]
     
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    That reminds me, RToolDS is another pretty good (and relatively new) ROM manager after Rominator. Like NDScrc, you can get it at ADVANsCEne (direct download link here). Unlike NDScrc, RToolDS is much easier to configure and the interface is nicer. If you already use NDScrc, there's no need to download the image and nfo files again because RToolDS uses the same cache. It also has support for .rar and .7z files (in addition to .nds and .zip, of course).

    I used to swear by NDScrc, but that was before I knew about Rominator and RToolDS. The only reason I use NDScrc now is to manage my GBA ROMs because the other ones only support NDS ROMs. If either Rominator or RToolDS ever incorporates GBA ROM support, I'll drop NDScrc altogether. That also reminds me, another one that I'm waiting to try is NDSTokyoManager. BrianTokyo (the creator of NDS TokyoTrim) plans to include support for both NDS and GBA ROMs.
     
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    Wow, sounds great. GBA support would be awesome.
     

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