8. F*CK*NG MEXICAN, CAN\'T READ MEXICAN - How to register at Decemuladores, and it\'s not \"Mexican.

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Table of Contents
1. ChinaGBA - I don\'t understand Chinese or...where do I click?
2. BitTornado & BitLord - No torrent please... (To be honest, any bittorent program is fine, these are just what I\'m comfortable with)
3. EmuParadise - How do I...
4. VisualBoy Advance Patching - The game is still in Japanese!
5. Game Saves - I downloaded GameFAQs saves, but I don\'t get it?!?!
6. DragonBall Z - The game will not run on this hardware!
7. Pokémon (GameBoy Advance versions ONLY) - CAN\'T GET PAST WHITE SCREEN, HELP ME!!! PLZZ!!
8. NEWEST F*CK*NG MEXICAN, CAN\'T READ MEXICAN - How to register at Decemuladores, and it\'s not \"Mexican.\"


Note: I know most of these don\'t concern Rom Requests, but I declare it as the Shit category. :bounce:

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You begin by clicking that for the enter the download section.




Then, you search up your ROM in that area.




After searching up your rom, you should get a page like this. Let\'s click one of the ROM links.




The link at the bottom is what you SHOULD use to download the ROM. However, due to frequent broken links, try the other links to the left and to the right if you must. The other two links aren\'t very good, but if you must... You can also search up another rom at the top if you like.

***NOTE: If you have SQUARE boxes, it\'s the same as having translated text. The links are in the exact same position as the square boxes. If you don\'t understand simple box representations...pleae get the fuck out and go back to school.



***NOTE: If you are being redirected, from what I\'ve experienced, it\'s because of high security. If the download cuts off prematurely, just click the link again. Your computer should resume where it cut you off. Because of it\'s overseas and slow servers, it\'s very sensitive to your bandwith. The minute you click elsewhere (off the download box), you run the risk of it ending prematurely. Though, it will still happen if you don\'t, it\'s best if you don\'t.

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First off, have a BitTorrent program, it helps. For this purpose, I\'ll use BitTornado.


First, find a site that has a torrent of what you want.




Say, you want Gundam SEED Destiny Episode 29. Click the link, and save the .torrent file to your computer.




So, save the file to an appropriate folder. You can place it anywhere you want, but lets put it here.




The .torrent file is pretty small. It shouldn\'t take too long to download.




Now, open up the .torrent file. You\'ll be prompted to save the .avi file (this is what the torrent is for).





After a bit of time, it\'ll start downloading.







2b. BitLord - No torrents please...

First, you download the BitLord program. Open up the .exe.




Then, open the .torrent file of the file(s) you wish to download.




With BitLord, it will initially ask you what files you wish to download. Most torrents do contain addresses to more than one file. In here, the checked boxes are what I\'ve chosen to download only.




After you hit okay, the torrent should (but not, always due to lack of seeders, bad tracker, or you\'re not connected).



[Edited on 7/12/2005 by theOtherGuy]
 

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Now, EmuParadise has trojans imbedded in their Self-Extracting files. These are common only to the first file of the parts (you do know they split up their files for easier downloads).

I will be working with Resident Evil - Director\'s Cut (PS1)...

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Note: I do not currently have one of those files, but I\'ll guide you through with basic .rar portions instead. Just assume as though everything were the same except the first file is a WinRAR Self-Extracting File.
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First you must download everything but the first file, as you see here, I have file two through seven...




We\'ll go about accessing the first file differently (Yes, I know it\'s a .rar rather than a WinRAR Self-Extracting File). If the file were a WinRAR Self-Extracting File, you\'ll do almost the same thing...




This time when you click the link, you\'ll want to select the Open With option instead...




Although you\'re downloading the file, it\'s actually making a temporary file rather than saving it to your hard drive...




After it finishes downloading, WinRAR should automatically start up (even if it were a WinRAR Self-Extracting File). When the download is almost done, you should save what else you were doing while it downloaded. You\'ll never know what might happen.



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Note: The top image and the rest that follow only applies to .rar files. Although you\'ll be doing a similar thing with a WinRAR Self-Extracting File, it\'s not the same. With a WinRAR Self-Extracting File, you\'ll simply need to choose the folder where the rest of the files are, and it will self-extract on it\'s own.
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When you extract the file, you should get this message (if you have the same version of WinRAR as me, but I\'m not sure). Select the first option of Process All files in all volumes from the current...




The file would start to extract...




After a while, it will encounter an error because it can\'t find the rest of the files. This is because the temporary file is stored in a seperate folder. I assume that you have downloaded every other part, except the first, and have organized it into one folder...




So, Browse... to find the second file. Then select it when you find it...




The file should resume extracting after that (because it will automatically find the rest of the parts if you have them all in the same folder)...




This is how you avoid the first file...

[Edited on 7/14/2005 by theOtherGuy]
 

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They\'re .exe contains a trojan, I haven\'t done the pictures to avoid it yet.
 

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Hey ToG Thanks a Whole Heap on the ChinaGBA Guide! This will probably Destroy n00bish questions!
 

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This is how you patch with VisualBoy Advance 1.7.2 (might also be true for a few older and newer versions). I will be working with Fire Emblem: Sealed Sword aka Fire Emblem: Fuuin no Tsurugi, which is roughly FE6.

First, have the appropriate rom and patch. Be sure to have the file names the same (except for the file extensions, e.g. .gba or .ips)...




Automatic IPS Patching is what you\'re going to use, but first, lets pretend that it\'s off...




This is how the game looks like without applying the patch or without having Automatic IPS Patching on...




If you\'ve started the game before, make a save state (Shift+F1,F2,F3,etc.). Note: You\'re only require to make a save state if you\'ve started the game already and do not wish to start over. You need to delete the battery file, or rather, the .sav file. If you don\'t the game will remain in Japanese...or whatever language the game is originally in...




So you deleted the .sav file, but you have a save state backup, so no worries. Now turn on Automatic IPS Patching...




When you start up the game, it should now look like this (if it was the correct patch for the correct game)...




Note: If you\'re wondering about save states...read on.

Now, remember how I mentioned save states? Lets pretend you made a save state here...




Now you did all the Automatic IPS Patching and deleting...so when you load the save state, it should look something like this...




Jacked up right? It should be because a save state is an image of the current data. Because the save state is the image of the current unpatched data, it should look wierd because all the data in the game has actually been changed. However, when you go to the next frame, everything should be fine...





And there you have it, patching games with VisualBoy Advance 1.7.2. If you really don\'t like this method of patching, you can always use IPSWin (I don\'t know where to get it...or if it has it\'s own site or not, maybe someone could tell me). However, using IPSWin you rewrite the rom file, so when you do that, be sure to copy a backup rom. With VisualBoy Advance 1.7.2, there is no need to make a backup because the patch only works when you\'re playing. As soon as you turn off the Automatic IPS Patching feature, the game isn\'t patched anymore, because it doesn\'t rewrite the rom\'s data.


Note: This is only for GameBoy Advance patching. Also, patching with non-translation type patches work the same. Remember to delete that .sav file and make a save state backup.

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So you\'ve downloaded a save, but you don\'t get it. There are a variety of files that are put up there. I will try to address the most common misunderstandings.

I will be working with MegaMan Battle Network 4: Red Sun (if you don\'t like it, too bad) and I\'m also using VisualBoy Advance 1.7.2 as the emulator.

I begin by placing all the files in one folder. Organization is a necessity. :bounce:




The main source of files on GameFAQs are GameShark SnapShot files. Importing is when you want to load someone else\'s file. Exporting (which is under it) is when you want to make your own file.




If you\'ve downloaded a .xps or a .sps, those are called GameShark SnapShot files. If you downloaded a .xps, just rename it to a .sps.




After you load the .sps file, the emulator should prompt you. That just means that your current data will be lost (which is anything you just did after your last save). It\'s always good to make yourself a save state of your own progress before you do this.




This is how my game looked like before I used a GameShark SnapShot file...




This is how it would look after I Imported the file.




Now, if you downloaded a .sav file, you\'ll just go to this option instead.




If you downloaded a save state, just use this option. Most of the time you\'ll need to rename the save state file. For example, VisualBoy Advance 1.7.2 uses X#.sgm where X is the name of the corresponding rom and # is the save state, be it 1st, 2nd, 3rd, etc.

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This should work for almost any game...any DragonBall Z: LoG game...Buu\'s Fury especially. So, I\'ll be using DragonBall Z: Buu\'s Fury as my reference.

I\'m assuming you get this exact message (if not, then this isn\'t for you)...




But make sure you saved before you decided to get to the point that gives you the message...




Set your emulator (I\'m using VisualBoy Advance 1.7.2)...




Now, completely exit the emulator. Restart the emulator and load your game save...




You should be able to get through now...



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This refers to any GameBoy Advance Pokémon game. I\'ll be using Pokémon Emerald as a reference.

I\'m assuming this is what you get...




You should look at this part of the emulator (I\'m using VisualBoy Advance 1.7.2). If you\'re looking at this, your settings may not be the same, but they\'re not working regardless...




Set your settings to this instead...




Completely exit the emulator. Restart it and load your rom...




Voila! It works. :bounce:

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hi.. when u were getting fire emblem the sealed sword patched ...where did u get the patch...plz plz plz i need it soo badly (i knoe im acting weird) plz!!
 

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Originally posted by theOtherGuy
This is how you patch with VisualBoy Advance 1.7.2 (might also be true for a few older and newer versions). I will be working with Fire Emblem: Sealed Sword aka Fire Emblem: Fuuin no Tsurugi, which is roughly FE6.

First, have the appropriate rom and patch. Be sure to have the file names the same (except for the file extensions, e.g. .gba or .ips)...

where do i get the ROM and PATCH!!
 

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First of all, posting stupidly like that will not get you anything, so keep that in mind.
 

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Originally posted by shadic
Originally posted by KeyBladeMasta
Si senor
Stop with that damn Mexican langauge. Speak American god damnit.

Dont do it Megaroms! You\'re making it to easy for the idiots who cant understand \"type a rom request\"

[Edited on 12.9.2005 by shadic]

http://www.decemuladores.com/

The site is also on mega\'s GBA site list: http://www.emulationgalaxy.co.yu/emuforums/forumdisplay.php?fid=60

This is another website that I frequently use to download ROMs. Give it a try, it won\'t disappoint you.


First, enter the site. By clicking accept (you\'re accepting to the site\'s terms).





If you don\'t have an account (which is why you\'re here), click \"Registrar.\"





You MUST fill out every piece of information...but it\'s all bull anyways. Do you honestly fill these things out with REAL information? Please say no...





Accept to the terms, and register.





And you\'re done...NOT. You\'re only have way there.





You can try logging on.





You should get this message...because you\'ve yet to activate your account (remember I told you to use a REAL email address).





So, go inside your email account. And read that message.





There is a link (to activate) and a bold four number code (activation code). Click the link.





Type everything in, INCLUDING the activation code.





Now, you\'re done.





Make a bookmark AWAY from the first page because of that stupid ad. The other pages should be free of it.



[Edited on 9/29/2005 by theOtherGuy]
 
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