What's this file type?

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May 12, 2011

What's this file type? by ShadowSoldier at 7:19 AM (2,571 Views / 0 Likes) 8 replies

  1. ShadowSoldier
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    I've never seen the filetype .dtc before. I have it for Dragon Ball Origins and Elite Beat Agents.

    I have the .sav on there, but I don't know what the .dtc is or if I should even delete it.
     
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    The .dtc file is for the DSTWO. It's just where the DSTWO saves all of your game options (if you turn on cheats, patched or clean mode, save slot, etc.)...It's even in plain text so if you just opened it you would have found that out.
     
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    Wow, dick much?

    I never opened any cheats or save slots or anything like that. I don't even know how, I just go to the games and select it, so in other words, I don't know how it got there.
     
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    o.0 You don't have to open anything...it's settings...it's made for every ROM...whenever you run it...you don't need to set anything for default settings...but they are still settings...Rather, it's slightly peculiar how you could have noticed it now of all times...unless you needed to change to see all files rather than the usual default .nds...
     
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    Didn't.

    Plugged MicroSD into computer, wanted to add games to it.

    Noticed I had:

    Elite Beat Agents.nds
    Elite Beat Agents.sav
    Elite Beat Agents.dtc
    Dragon Ball Origins.nds
    Dragon Ball Origins.sav
    Dragon Ball Origins.dtc
     
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    while that was kind of a harsh reply, it is right

    however this didn't really need to be a separate topic, please try to post simple questions like this in the General Discussion & Questions thread in the future
     
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    The DSTwo adds those for every game, it's like a .sav but it tells the DSTwo which options/configs you have on/off for he ROM (yes, even if you didn't change them).

    Make a stupid question, you'll get a harsh reply. That's how the Internet works.
     
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    First of all, I don't see how questioning what a file type is that's never been seen before is a stupid question.

    Second of all, trying to open an unrecognized file with a text editor isn't exactly the first thing that springs to the average person's mind.

    Seriously guys. Heads out of asses please.
     
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    when i said it was right i meant the part before the ellipsis
     

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