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#23
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How do I save my connection settings with DS2Key? I'm using a SuperCard SD. It's a great program, but manually typing in all that info every time is kind of tedious.

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How do I save my connection settings with DS2Key? I'm using a SuperCard SD. It's a great program, but manually typing in all that info every time is kind of tedious.

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It's in the readme (afaik), you need to switch you ds off and on (quick),
and then go to "Save", and select the DS2Key.sav (if any, if you don't have
one you need an 64kb file with nothing in it (I'm not sure if it is 64kb
but I'll make sure when I'm home), the file must have the same name
as the DS2Key binary except for the extension (DS2Key.nds -> DS2Key.sav,
DS2Key.ds.gba -> DS2Key.ds.sav, but I'm pretty sure you use something
like DS2Key.sc.nds -> DS2Key.sc.sav). Just put this file in the same
directory where the binary is.

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It's in the readme (afaik), you need to switch you ds off and on (quick),
and then go to "Save", and select the DS2Key.sav...

Thanks for the polite response. I should have already mentioned, but I tried this with a 64kb.sav file and it's still not loading my settings on startup. The files are named DS2Key.sc.nds and DS2Key.sc.sav

Edited by Bleepblip, 17 May 2006 - 07:23 AM.


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It's in the readme (afaik), you need to switch you ds off and on (quick),
and then go to "Save", and select the DS2Key.sav...

Thanks for the polite response. I should have already mentioned, but I tried this with a 64kb.sav file and it's still not loading my settings on startup. The files are named DS2Key.sc.nds and DS2Key.sc.sav

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Try renaming the save to DS2Key.sc.nds.sav?

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It's in the readme (afaik), you need to switch you ds off and on (quick),
and then go to "Save", and select the DS2Key.sav...

Thanks for the polite response. I should have already mentioned, but I tried this with a 64kb.sav file and it's still not loading my settings on startup. The files are named DS2Key.sc.nds and DS2Key.sc.sav

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Make sure that both files are in the same folder, if their named as you
mentioned there shouldn't be a problem (it's case sensitive btw.).
You to turn off and on the ds quickly after setting up and saving the
WiFi data, the save should be still in the sram of the sc now. Go to the tab named "SAVER" select the DS2Key.sc.sav, Press A and then again for
saving the sram into the file. Now as long the.sav file is in the same
directory and is named right the sc loads the data into the sram automatically.
I'm not sure if that still works for the latest release, I just remembered
that it writes the save into the FAT system (which works only for CF media
right know due to the used version of the CF driver).
the 0.3 does for sure, so may be you should use that version.

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Program is great, when it works. Everything has to be in absolutely optimal condition for it to even send a signal to the computer through DS2Key, and even then it often doesn't work.

I'm waiting for the next iteration when this is fixed. I don't recall any of this crap happening with the non-GUI version.

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Is this dead? If so, are there any objections to me recompiling this with the newest wifi lib so we can all use WEP, DHCP etc?

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he is working on it when he gets time

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Amazing program!!! had a little trouble getting.4 connected properly, but.3 works great! thanks everyone who contributed, or posts in this forum, it's very helpful. and to think, I almost blew the cash on one of those SNES pad USB adapters! :P

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I need some help here. My Access Point is a PCI card: Gigabyte GN-WP01GS. It is working without any problems in Nintendo WFC games like Mario Kart DS and such. When I'm turning DS2Key on then it's searching for the Access Points and it's seeing my PCI card. Then I'm trying to connect, but in the lower left corner it's "Searching" the whole time. I've checked my firewall, ports etc. but there's nothing blocking. What am I doing wrong?

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I need some help here. My Access Point is a PCI card: Gigabyte GN-WP01GS. It is working without any problems in Nintendo WFC games like Mario Kart DS and such. When I'm turning DS2Key on then it's searching for the Access Points and it's seeing my PCI card. Then I'm trying to connect, but in the lower left corner it's "Searching" the whole time. I've checked my firewall, ports etc. but there's nothing blocking. What am I doing wrong?

Do you have the pc ds2key software up running properly?
If yes, check if you have the same port for the software and the ds side
and keep in mind that the ip for pc and ds need to be different.
If your pc has something like 192.168.1.1 then just use something like
192.168.1.101 for the ds.




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