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M3 DS Simply problem

Discussion in 'Nintendo DS' started by FayePrefect, Jan 17, 2014.

  1. FayePrefect

    FayePrefect Newbie

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    So I got a hold of a M3 DS Simply, with a 2gig drive full of games. Most of them I didn't want, so I put the disk in a card reader, deleted some games, plopped it back in... And they were back.

    Odd but whatever, I go and decide to reformat the disk and after some searching around decided to install Wood after the reformat. So I reformat it, put wood in it, put it in my DS and all of the games are back again! When I put it back in my reader Wood was gone and all the games were listed.

    Am I just stuck with the games that are on it? From my research I should be able to add and remove any games I want, right? Is the device broken? Why do the games keep coming back even when I reformat the disk, which I have formatted in both FAT16 and 32? I'm so confused @_@
     
  2. Polaris813

    Polaris813 Regular member

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    I don't know why the game keeping back... How about try change another sd card?
    by the way, M3 DS use wood kernel? as i know, r4i gold 3ds use the original wood kernel..
     
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  3. megadunderhead

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    the reason the games keep coming back is if the sd card was formatted on a macintosh you have 2 files not one example.

    pokemon (black).nds

    because the mac reads files that are hidden in windows you get a hidden file as well called

    ._pokemon (black).nds

    which isn't the rom but a file macintoshes use.

    go into windows and show all files and folders including hidden ones

    then delete.

    the garbage
     

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