So, in an effort to avoid the tedious measure of having to open every single file folder and move the required document, I just moved all the folders over and the system only loads the files that it can play. Only difference in the way I did it and moving each file individually is that all of my multi-disk games have their own folder now. System doesn't even register the CCD files.
Nope, since i didn't expect anything good from the capcom emulator (and i was right considering there was 4 frames of input lag at the release), i bought the game only because there was a limited edition with an artbook in my land, and it was console only. Since i don't have the steam version, i can't extract the rom, so i can't try to implement it in fba.
@yfzdude Owning a copy of a game does not grant anyone a free copy of existing ROM files of this game. First off, when you buy a cartridge (or any other physical media), then you buy this one single particular item. And you get the right to play and do whatever you want with it, including selling and reading its ROMs. You never paid for a digital representation of this game (ROM files), but you are allowed to read the data for yourself. The ROM files for this game are also read/dumped from other cartridges you never paid for. So downloading someone else ROM files means you never get the same game as you paid for and therefore cannot be seen as a "backup".
That is at least the situation is for cartridges and cds and other physical medias for games, at least from my understanding.