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Hello It has been a while since I've messed around with Ninja and was wondering since I have a drive thats split into two 70 gig parts f &g how do I get lets say a folder with games in it to show in Ninja? So lets say I put everything in F drive but some games didn't fit how do I make those show in ninja? I saw no option to "scan" folders.... Thanks !!!
For those of you like myself who were looking for a way to have multiple instances of a multisystem emulator (instead of having seperate rom folders for each system within one emulator) without overwriting configs/saves, Any hex editor should work, I used this one http://www.chmaas.handshake.de/delphi/freeware/xvi32/xvi32.htm#download Make a copy of the desired emulator folder on your pc. In this example I used Xboyadvance_v24b07 Rename the folder to something more specific: I chose Xboyadvance_GB Open the default .xbe in the Xboyadvance_GB folder in your hex editor Select search > replace - Make sure you've clicked the boxes labelled "text string" under the "find" and "replace with" sections, and uncheck the "case sensitive" option at the bottom. In the "find" field enter xboyadvance In the "replace with" field enter xboyadvanca (replace with whatever name you like, but it must be the same number of characters as xboyadvance - 11 characters) Save the .xbe and ftp the folder to your xbox, you'll have to setup the default directories and configure everything, but once you're done it should be all set. You can follow the same method, and replace the xboyadvance with something different the second time, I just used xboyadvanca, and xboyadvancb, on mine., and the default that came with the emu for the third, and I now have 3 independent versions with their own configs, previews, saves etc. I posted this tutorial hoping it would help some other picky people like myself, you can use it for different emulators like Neogenesis or Meka-X, but the search strings would change according to the name of the emulator of course. I'm also attaching two edited Xboyadvance ..XBE's. You should be able to just plop these into copies of the emu folder and ftp it to your xbox, though you'll still have to configure the emu of course. Edited XBE's.rar
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