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Off Topic / Re: the next everdrive?
« on: December 03, 2016, 08:24 PM »
PS1 has to be the first.  While we're on the subject, isn't it possible to have a GC Everdrive of sorts by putting that Homebrew channel sort of deal on the Wii and then using an external hard drive (I think you need at least 2 TB if you want the whole set) for your GameCube isos?  I would try this but I'm afraid I'll end up screwing it up and bricking my Wii and it was a gift from my wife in 2008 so it kinda has sentimental value too. 

Why would that matter?

Off Topic / Re: Would a DS Everdrive be possible in the near future?
« on: November 20, 2016, 08:42 PM »
I'm just confused about which one is the best...and I should be able to fit as big a micro SD card I want as long as I got that work around program so it's formatted to FAT32?

It's a real cable (first party, for GBA's)...I sure hope I don't need a replacement... :-\

Here is what I mean, I was trying to have Metroid Zero Mission from the Everdrive (on my Game Boy Player) connected to Metroid Fusion (real cartridge, on GBA SP) but whenever I do the connectivity (to unlock the Fusion gallery in Zero Mission) I keep getting a connection error.  Does the Everdrive not allow this yet or do I need a new cable?

Off Topic / Re: Black Friday
« on: November 15, 2016, 07:47 AM »
Forget the student loan, when will Krikzz tell us what the meaning of life is?  ;D

Off Topic / Re: The Nintendo NX is now the Nintendo Switch...
« on: November 14, 2016, 08:36 PM »
At least it doesn't have a funny college sounding name this time! ;D

Off Topic / Re: Would a DS Everdrive be possible in the near future?
« on: November 14, 2016, 07:57 AM »
I was able to find a program (I forget where) that lets you do FAT32 (or should that be big boned 32?) format.  That's how I was able to make a 64GB card to work on my Ultra 64 EverDrive and a 128 GB one on my GBA Everdrive.  I mean I was careful to get the best available Everdrives and big enough (micro) SD cards to get "the works" for each system (with just under half the space on the card to spare) so I want to do the same for the DS one.

Off Topic / Re: Would a DS Everdrive be possible in the near future?
« on: November 12, 2016, 11:20 PM »
Is there such a thing as a DS no-intro rom set?  The rom set I found is not only huge (but at least completeish) but for whatever reason, the games are numbered from 0000-6000ish seemingly at random (like most baseball card sets).

And which one is the better one, the DsTwo or that RiDi (or whatever it's called) one?  It's easy to tell among the different Everdrives which one (if there is more than one for that console) is the best but I guess with the DS it sound a bit more tricky :(  BTW, I don't care about 3DS compatibility, just DS is fine.

EverDrive GB / Re: Zelda Oracle Series (Advance Shop)
« on: November 12, 2016, 11:15 PM »
On that note, do any other GBC games give bonus content like that if it's played on a GBA or Game Boy Player?

Off Topic / Re: Would a DS Everdrive be possible in the near future?
« on: November 11, 2016, 08:44 PM »
Oh no no no, my GBA Everdrive is all set (with a 128GB card so that "the works" can fit easily)'s the DS Everdrive/flash card/whatever I'm curious about.

Off Topic / Re: Would a DS Everdrive be possible in the near future?
« on: November 11, 2016, 07:06 AM »
i think the ds nointro set is 30gb

Let me see if I can find it...

I wasn't too happy about having to unscrew it, but YES, the little switch was in the PAL position (I guess seeing as how Ukraine is in Europe/PAL I guess it would make perfect sense for Krizz to have that set by default.  I switched to NTSC and it works mostly perfect...but for some reason the menu screen kinda looks like it's shaking a little (not the games thankfully).

So now I got Everdrives (which are like master keys for each console) for NES (N8), SNES (SDSNES), GEN/MS (Mega Everdrive), Everdrive GB, and GBA Everdrive X5...yay! ;D  I guess the Harmony (Atari 2600) should be next?

So I got an Ultra Everdrive 64 v3 from Stone Age Gamer (where I also got all my other Everdrives) and for whatever reason when I turn it on all I get is a black screen :(  I tried two sd cards already and I put in the ED64 folder downloaded from SAG exactly like I'm supposed to...what am I doing wrong?  I mean this is supposed to be the best N64 everdrive yet it won't work at all :(  I live in the US by the way.

Off Topic / Re: Would a DS Everdrive be possible in the near future?
« on: November 08, 2016, 05:14 AM »
Hello the DSTWO support SDHC, up to 32GB.
I usually use Transcend or Sandisk Micro SDCards.

Oh that's way too small.  I need a 128 micro sd kingston card for the GBA Everdrive X5 (yes it does work for anyone curious) to hold its complete library and I would ideally like to be able to at least have all the US DS games on one card...maybe 256 gb would do it?  Hey all my other Everdrives (NES/SNES/GEN+MS/GB/GBA/N64 can hold the entire goodrom sets, why should the DS flashcard be any less?

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