May 12, at 4: They use a USB cable, which plugs into a mini-USB port on the flash cart itself, then attaches to an open USB port on your computer, eliminating the need for a large external writing device. Every USB port out there can do that. May 10, at 9: I didn’t know that they had flash carts that used SD cards. Tom Bombadildo Dec 11,
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If you can’t pick it up on the usb port, it is most likely an incompatible usb controller. Warning Most vendors will report the size of flash carts in megabits Mb. Please be advised, all buyers and sellers should satisfy themselves that the other party is genuine by providing the following lnker private conversation to each other after negotiations are complete and prior to dispatching goods and making payment: Similar threads with keywords: You can look in the device manager, under Universal Serial Bus Controllers and it will say what type you got, intel via nvidia etc.
May 16, You have insufficient posts to view user location. The EFA has the fastest writing speed of any flash cart.
Computer Hardware, Devices and Accessories. The software, FA Writer, was included on an unmarked 3. I read somewhere that it might work.
Do anyone have a older version of EFA? European homebrewers may wish to check out http: I tested it in my GBA and it still worked. PriorityApr 20, May 21, at 7: Tom Bombadildo Dec 11, Most macbooks have rebranded asus motherboards depending on when you got it and what version it is.
I want to get one for nes roms I have but playing snes roms sounds like fun as well.
I ordered the 4Gbit G6 Cart. I get the unknown device properties and select the driver tab 3. Yes, my password is: It would still find the driver, but it’d give issues when using the software. May 14, at You must log in or sign up to reply here.
If you don’t want to mess with it, I’ll buy it off you for 20 bucks as is. One major advantage to playing GBA homebrews via a flash linker is that they will play perfectly.
Unfortunately it looks like you either need a virtual machine running XP within W7 to use the card and even after that the process is slightly long-winded! Most writers will flash multiple ROMs to a cartridge at once, and automatically include a small menu program so you can switch between them when you boot up your GBA. However, when I tried to install the drivers etc.
OP Is the hardware detected in your device manager?