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Warlockplayer
Posted on 06-11-23 03:43 PM Link | #6034
So, I did a massive oopsie and have no idea how to fix it. I was using MelonDS for a DSIware game, and it was fine for a few days, was messing around with some settings because a Japanese version of the game wasnt showing in Japanese , deleted the title data, realized that was a mistake, thought i fixed it, but now no games are showing up in the game slot.

When i try a pokemon rom no game shows up in the card slot, same with other roms. i tried to delete the emulator and started fresh but nope.

Also, it boots normal nds games fine with the "boot game directly" setting on, but to use DSIware games i have to have it off, or the emulator has a very bad time.

Sorry if i explained that poorly, this issue has been going on for quite a few hours now.

Generic aka RSDuck
Posted on 06-11-23 04:15 PM Link | #6035
well sounds like you maybe broke something in your NAND. Have you tried starting again from a fresh dump? You can use the title manager to move the savefiles from one NAND to the other.

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Warlockplayer
Posted on 06-11-23 04:27 PM Link | #6036
Posted by Generic aka RSDuck
well sounds like you maybe broke something in your NAND. Have you tried starting again from a fresh dump? You can use the title manager to move the savefiles from one NAND to the other.


Thank you so much, i completely forgot about that when i was trying to fix it. It all works now, thanks


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