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putting emulaters on the ds

Discussion in 'Nintendo DS' started by cac, May 25, 2007.

  1. cac

    cac Regular member

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    is it possible and is it easy? Im wondering or not to buy a psp or a ds. Just for the emulated games.
     
  2. mr_hanky

    mr_hanky Regular member

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    Yes it is possible, and reasonably easy (providing you do read up on it)

    I would personally recommend a PSP over a DS if your only interested in emulation, the power of the PSP processor is much better for emulation than the DS.
     
  3. HG27

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    Yeah, the only emulator that works really nicely on the ds is the snes emulator called SNEmulDS, but even this emulator doesn't work perfectly with all games. The ones it does work with are emulated very nicely though.
    PSP for emulation
     
  4. cac

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    k thanx ppl :)
     
  5. DVDBack23

    DVDBack23 Administrator Staff Member

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    Mind pointing me in the direction of how to get SNEmulDS to work on my DS (r4 with 1 gig tf)? Have not used homebrew to date but would love to try. thanks in advance.
     
  6. HG27

    HG27 Guest

    Sure thing, DVDBack23
    What you will need is the .nds file called SNEmulDS_M3S_R4.nds
    You can get it here from the official site
    http://snemul.com/ds/SNEmulDSv05b_M3S_R4.zip
    Put this .nds file along side your games in the same folder or make a separate folder called homebrew, that is what I do. You just need to be able to run SNEmulDS_M3S_R4.nds
    Now in the root of your memory card make a folder called SNES, put all your snes games in there and your ready to go
    Turn on the nds(l)
    run SNEmulDS_M3S_R4.nds
    choose your game with the stylus
    press start when prompted and then enjoy
    you can change to another game without turning off the ds by choosing select ROM on the touch screen
    I recommend this site for emulators and homebrew on the ds
    http://nintendo-ds.dcemu.co.uk/scummvmds.shtml
    Sometimes a emulator/homebrew app needs to be patched with the dldi tool in order for it to work.
    When that is the case just go here and download the DLDI tool and patch your .nds file with the appropriate patch for your flash cart.
    http://chishm.drunkencoders.com/DLDI/
     
  7. DVDBack23

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    thanks alot man, i will try it out tonight :)
     
  8. HG27

    HG27 Guest

    no problem
     

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