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Re: NDS Adapter Plus - How to Install (Windows 7 & Vista)

Postby MissDorkie » Wed Dec 31, 2014 9:15 pm



superus_malum11 wrote:



MissDorkie wrote:



superus_malum11 wrote:



MissDorkie wrote:

My NDS adaptor isn't even showing up as unknown device. All I see are 3 bluetooth thingies in the other devices section



did you shut the driver reinforcement off?



Yeah I did.



this may be a dumb question is your OS Windows 7 or Vista?


and if yes to either, did you select Device Manager?




My OS is windows 7 and yes I did select Device Manager. The problem is that the adaptor doesn't even show up at all. There's nothing that says "unknown device".

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Re: NDS Adapter Plus - How to Install (Windows 7 & Vista)

Postby superus_malum11 » Wed Dec 31, 2014 9:37 pm



MissDorkie wrote:



superus_malum11 wrote:



MissDorkie wrote:



superus_malum11 wrote:



MissDorkie wrote:

My NDS adaptor isn't even showing up as unknown device. All I see are 3 bluetooth thingies in the other devices section



did you shut the driver reinforcement off?



Yeah I did.



this may be a dumb question is your OS Windows 7 or Vista?


and if yes to either, did you select Device Manager?



My OS is windows 7 and yes I did select Device Manager. The problem is that the adaptor doesn't even show up at all. There's nothing that says "unknown device".




huh. that is weird. I have 7 as well and it popped up for me when I first plugged it in.


did the adapter light up at all when you plugged it into your computer.
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Re: NDS Adapter Plus - How to Install (Windows 7 & Vista)

Postby MissDorkie » Wed Dec 31, 2014 9:43 pm



superus_malum11 wrote:



MissDorkie wrote:



superus_malum11 wrote:



MissDorkie wrote:



superus_malum11 wrote:



MissDorkie wrote:

My NDS adaptor isn't even showing up as unknown device. All I see are 3 bluetooth thingies in the other devices section



did you shut the driver reinforcement off?



Yeah I did.



this may be a dumb question is your OS Windows 7 or Vista?


and if yes to either, did you select Device Manager?



My OS is windows 7 and yes I did select Device Manager. The problem is that the adaptor doesn't even show up at all. There's nothing that says "unknown device".



huh. that is weird. I have 7 as well and it popped up for me when I first plugged it in.


did the adapter light up at all when you plugged it into your computer.




Nope. I didn't even know this thing could light up. I've tried plugging it in all my usb ports but no dice. and I know they're all working as I have my fan, mouse, and tablet working with all 3.

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Re: NDS Adapter Plus - How to Install (Windows 7 & Vista)

Postby superus_malum11 » Wed Dec 31, 2014 10:26 pm



MissDorkie wrote:



superus_malum11 wrote:



MissDorkie wrote:



superus_malum11 wrote:



MissDorkie wrote:



superus_malum11 wrote:



MissDorkie wrote:

My NDS adaptor isn't even showing up as unknown device. All I see are 3 bluetooth thingies in the other devices section



did you shut the driver reinforcement off?



Yeah I did.



this may be a dumb question is your OS Windows 7 or Vista?


and if yes to either, did you select Device Manager?



My OS is windows 7 and yes I did select Device Manager. The problem is that the adaptor doesn't even show up at all. There's nothing that says "unknown device".



huh. that is weird. I have 7 as well and it popped up for me when I first plugged it in.


did the adapter light up at all when you plugged it into your computer.



Nope. I didn't even know this thing could light up. I've tried plugging it in all my usb ports but no dice. and I know they're all working as I have my fan, mouse, and tablet working with all 3.




yeah, it lights up red when you plug it in (even if the computer doesn't recognize it.) BUT that most likely means that your NDS adapter is unfortunately broken.
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Re: NDS Adapter Plus - How to Install (Windows 7 & Vista)

Postby MissDorkie » Thu Jan 01, 2015 5:12 am



superus_malum11 wrote:



MissDorkie wrote:



superus_malum11 wrote:



MissDorkie wrote:



superus_malum11 wrote:



MissDorkie wrote:



superus_malum11 wrote:



MissDorkie wrote:

My NDS adaptor isn't even showing up as unknown device. All I see are 3 bluetooth thingies in the other devices section



did you shut the driver reinforcement off?



Yeah I did.



this may be a dumb question is your OS Windows 7 or Vista?


and if yes to either, did you select Device Manager?



My OS is windows 7 and yes I did select Device Manager. The problem is that the adaptor doesn't even show up at all. There's nothing that says "unknown device".



huh. that is weird. I have 7 as well and it popped up for me when I first plugged it in.


did the adapter light up at all when you plugged it into your computer.



Nope. I didn't even know this thing could light up. I've tried plugging it in all my usb ports but no dice. and I know they're all working as I have my fan, mouse, and tablet working with all 3.



yeah, it lights up red when you plug it in (even if the computer doesn't recognize it.) BUT that most likely means that your NDS adapter is unfortunately broken.




I had just gotten the device yesterday too no less. Figures amazon would send defective devices. =x=; Oh well, thanks for trying to help me though. TuT

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Re: NDS Adapter Plus - How to Install (Windows 7 & Vista)

Postby Neo_Angelo » Tue May 26, 2015 12:54 pm

Hey guys, i was wondering if you could help me, I've followed the tutorial and have done all the installs of the drivers up till the point i'm supposed to use the bundled upgrade file, now in the tutorial the picture shows that when you open the upgrade it says V302, now when i open up mine it shows V0, when i hit upgrade it shows as being sucessful however doesn't change to Ver302. When i go into the other bundled software to transfer my game save to my PC, i insert Pokemon white into the card slot and it will not recognise it, both options are greyed out whether there is a game in or not. Can someone please explain what i've done wrong, or how to fix this?

I get a red light showing when i plug the adapter in, so i know it must be working. however i cannot get the upgrade to show VER302 nor get the two greyed out buttons to become useable.

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Re: NDS Adapter Plus - How to Install (Windows 7 & Vista)

Postby LadyAquarii » Mon Aug 03, 2015 5:49 pm

getting the "no drivers foud for your device"" here using win 10

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Re: NDS Adapter Plus - How to Install (Windows 7 & Vista)

Postby domocoNT1 » Mon Aug 03, 2015 6:40 pm

LadyAquarii wrote:getting the "no drivers foud for your device"" here using win 10

The drivers aren't compatible with Windows 10 yet.

Also, please make a seperate thread instead of posting on old topics.
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