anyone know about r4 cards for nintendo ds?
ive bought my lad a ds for crimbo and was told to get a r4 card for it to put loads of games on?
my other lad has a ds already with a sd card thing that goes in the top of the ds with loads of games on.
is this the same thing??
if so how do i copy games from one sd card to the other??
stevePosted 10 years ago
Use a micro sd usb card reader.Posted 10 years ago
oops.Posted 10 years ago
yeah just copy the cards using a PC based card reader.Posted 10 years ago
Is it the latest DS, the one with the camera you have bought? If so, I know my brother had problems using his R4 card with his, seems to work fine with his earlier DS, but for some reason the latest DS did not play ball.Posted 10 years ago
^ You need an R5 card with the DSi
NTTDS cards seem to more reliable on DS LitePosted 10 years ago
just sorted this out for my son,
1st by the card reader r4 for ds and ds lite or r4i for the dsi,www.r4i.co.uk is the website.
2nd download the software onto your pc and then transfer onto the memory card which slots into a usb port thingy.then stick that on your desktop.
3rd if you haven't put the games into a folder on your pc you'll need to do that and then just copy and paste into the your folder and the games will go in.
Takes about 30 seconds to put the games onto the card once you've run the software.
Email me if you get suck as I'm no good with these sort of things but even I managed it with HELP from my auntePosted 10 years ago
try googling Frozen RomsPosted 10 years ago
Also google RomulationPosted 10 years ago
dogs danglies cyclo ds evolution
then buy a micro sd card
then google 'nds roms' and pick any of them to get the gamesPosted 10 years ago
don't forget to keep upto date with the firmware to keep new games workingPosted 10 years ago
I use Acekards (from deal extreme). You need the Acekard 2i for a DSi. Tried these and n5 cards. Acekard interface is way nicer.
Apparently games can be downloaded as torrents 😉Posted 10 years ago
I find this thread a little unbelievable. If I was to start one asking where to buy stolen bikes or how to go about stealing bikes I don't think there'd be many helpful responses!Posted 10 years ago
it's a big bad world out there!Posted 10 years ago
…in other news…people also tape stuff of the radio 😐Posted 10 years ago
and people taping off the radio still results in the artist being paid – pirating games is a different story. And you don't get the nice boxes!Posted 10 years ago
Barry, piracy forces the price up for the rest of us 😆Posted 10 years ago
Haze – Member
Barry, piracy forces the price up for the rest of us
Posted 10 years ago
hold up i never said anything about downloading games!!
i was given a card with loads of games on and i simply want to put these games on another sd card so my other lad can play them on his ds.
i have not and never will download anything!!Posted 10 years ago
It's a bit like…
hold up i never said anything about
downloading gamesstealing bikes!!
i was given aPosted 10 years ago
cardtrailer with loads of gamesbikes on and i simply want to putput these gamesbikes on another sd cardshed so my other lad can playride them.
i have not and never will
😀Posted 10 years ago
I find this thread a little unbelievable. If I was to start one asking where to buy stolen bikes or how to go about stealing bikes I don't think there'd be many helpful responses!
Ah yes but bikes are generally stolen by lower-class people – nice middle class crimes like pirating games/movies/music, import duty evasion and fiddling the cycle to work scheme are fine apparently.Posted 10 years ago
It's a "victimless" crime.Posted 10 years ago
Makes the kids happy anyway.
It's a "victimless" crime.
Bit like stealing a bike off someone with insurance?Posted 10 years ago
Bit like stealing a bike off someone with insurance?
Nah – A bit like making an exact copy of your mates bike without paying the original designer any royaltiesPosted 10 years ago
Foregt the commercial crap…
Homebrew om the DS…
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