A strange thing that happens is that when firmware is v3.02, connection state appears and eeprom volume is unknown, but nothing is written on the other fields, but when firmware is v2.1, connection state appears, eeprom volume is unknown too, but this time, flashrom volume appears as unknown too.
Maybe it'st really a firmware problem, could you give an extra attention on that for the next firmware version, please?
Also, could you please try installing a brand new NDS Adaptor Plus on a 64bit Windows 7 PC and test if Pokemon Platinum works?
Thank you for your attention. HKEMS is really a friend based group.
In this case, I think it's the first option, because I checked every possibility that it would be a fake gamecard, and it appears to be original. The main proove to that is that to transfer pokemon from Pokemon Platinum to Pokemon White for example (4th to 5th generation games) it IS obligatory that both games are original, and the transfer worked on my game cards. So, my gamecard is original for sure (and that's why I wanted this game to work.. I need to put my old flashcard-save on the original game to transfer my old pokemons to Pokemon White).
I would really appreciate if one of HKEMS costumers help with that, and the game gets a fix for the next firmware upgrade. I know that a lot of Pokemon fans who played on a flashcard before would like to transfer their Pokemon from 4th to 5th generations, and then to the newest Pokemon games that will come for 3DS. The NDS Adaptor Plus is a big hand on that and now that this product is getting well known to the public because of that Resident Evil Mercenaries 3DS problem (that only NDS Adaptor Plus can solve) a lot of people will buy the product, and some of them will ask about this Pokemon game. I think that, with that on mind, somehow I helped you and them asking about this problem!
I recently bought the NDS Backup Adapter+ to dump my SoulSilver/Black saves, and am running into a problem with installing the drivers.
My desktop is Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit. I've unzipped the proper drivers and signed them using the driver signature override; there was an additional radio button under the driver files' Properties "This file may have been blocked to protect your computer. Unblock Y?N?" (Y)
The NDS+ shows up in my Device Manager as "Unknown Device", and I am not able to get Windows to recognize that the drivers even exist (Windows is in Test Mode while I'm doing this); when I browse to the folder that contains the signed drivers I get an error message that the drivers do not exist in that location.
The adapter does light up when plugged in, so it does work and the computer sees it.
Would anyone who has successfully installed it on Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit be able to tell me exactly what they did?
Oh man...I have been saying this over and over...forget this overide stuff...reboot your PC and invoke the option menu...something like F8 with maybe a Fn or Alt key. Once in the boot menu select Disable Driver Signature check...continue boot and that will be all you need for it to work. I do this all the time. Good Luck