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Recently added GBA dumps

Post by C. V. Reynolds » 30 Aug 2017 00:21

Recently DeriLoko3 added a lot of GBA dumps on the DOM. Where did these dumps come from? Are they from legitimate carts? Are they unhacked/unaltered?

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Re: Recently added GBA dumps

Post by xuom2 » 30 Aug 2017 05:43

honestly I don't understand what he is doing. he added n64 archives without adding hashes. i think he has to better understand the interface. i sent him a mail.

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Re: Recently added GBA dumps

Post by xuom2 » 30 Aug 2017 05:49

same question about NDS z142 and z143

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Re: Recently added GBA dumps

Post by Collecter » 30 Aug 2017 15:50

i herd the gbas are in the goodgba set as for who dumped them i dont know, i tried some of the roms and they seem to be test thingys and some are dumped from a gamecube or whatever

Was he who added the dsi bios?
The 2 nintendo 64 roms had no crc and size but were those legir roms which were missing from no-intro and are they needed? -_-

im very confused after all of those new additions

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Re: Recently added GBA dumps

Post by Hiccup » 30 Aug 2017 17:17

maybe some of the GBAs are from dev kit(s) or they are multiboot ROMs.
multiboot ROMs used to have a dat, btw.

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Re: Recently added GBA dumps

Post by jimmsu » 30 Aug 2017 20:36

xuom2 wrote:same question about NDS z142 and z143
Those 2 games he hexedit the data in the roms at offset 0200 til 0210 with 00.
That data need to be there in clean roms.

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Re: Recently added GBA dumps

Post by xuom2 » 31 Aug 2017 05:32

jimmsu wrote:
xuom2 wrote:same question about NDS z142 and z143
Those 2 games he hexedit the data in the roms at offset 0200 til 0210 with 00.
That data need to be there in clean roms.
http://datomatic.no-intro.org/index.php ... =28&n=z142

DOM should pick up 3E6924F6?
at this moment it can't work (it takes the first bad dump ignoring the newer), but i will fix.

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Re: Recently added GBA dumps

Post by DeriLoko3 » 01 Sep 2017 21:19

Hi. Let me describe a few things.

1. No, I did not dump those ROMs, which they were not added into DAT-o-MATIC, until now. I do not know who dumped those GBA ROMs and those N64 ROMs. Those ROMs, which they were never-before-seen, are just posted into random gaming websites, which they are not hacking websites. This includes two Zelda ROMs (They are only big-endian). Let me show you the ROM data.

Legend of Zelda, The - Majora's Mask (Europe) (Collector's Edition)

Code: Select all

Size: 33554431
CRC32: 3bed3980
MD5: 7d55045063cb66ca770d7c64f1b77294
SHA-1: 3522e96ad66991ccb7575b98cb97dbd629e240d1
Zelda no Densetsu - Toki no Ocarina (Japan) (Zelda Collection Edition)

Code: Select all

Size: 33554431
CRC32: 87864287
MD5: ddc81d959f170a593708fad73f7589eb
SHA-1: 2e72e5423fa2dacddb8909e33eb87fa63261610a
2. All those GBA ROMs that I added to DAT-o-MATIC are un-hacked and unaltered. This includes the demos and the Advance Play Edition games. Again, they were never-before-seen. To me, those demos must have come from the development kits. Do you know the Yoshi SDK demo? That came from the development kit.

3. The Korean versions of Pokemon - Black Version 2 and Pokemon - White Version 2 are the things that I was supposed to look at. I was looking around the web to see, if there are more copies of those two games, but there is no luck. So, I decided to find another way to make those two games proper, which is to add the DSi data into the two ROMs. I am not sure, if this might help, but I think that using a hex editor might do the trick.

4. You know those two Zelda ROMs that I mentioned. I was only trying to add the big-endian ROM data, not the byte-swapped ROM data, but it did not work.

You may want to look it up on the Old Computer website or the Iso Zone website.

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Re: Recently added GBA dumps

Post by Collecter » 01 Sep 2017 21:48

yes pls can a expert look at the 2 n64 roms if we miss them then add them.

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Re: Recently added GBA dumps

Post by Hiccup » 02 Sep 2017 14:45

Its probably best to make a post here if you aren't sure of the origin.

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Re: Recently added GBA dumps

Post by Collecter » 02 Sep 2017 23:20

if somebody manages to dump the whole dsi bios will the bios be added to encrypted dat or both enc and decrypted?
Are the the 4 bios files we got in the decrypted dat now good and will be kept?

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Re: Recently added GBA dumps

Post by C. V. Reynolds » 11 Sep 2017 18:25

DeriLoko3: Please be sure to never assign a clone entry as another entry's parent. It messes up the system. I cleaned it up last time it happened in the GBA section, but this time I did not. I'm letting you know for the future. Please be aware that I'm only interested in helping, not scolding.

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Re: Recently added GBA dumps

Post by xuom2 » 13 Dec 2017 20:07

C. V. Reynolds wrote:DeriLoko3: Please be sure to never assign a clone entry as another entry's parent. It messes up the system.
Hi, please PM me an example, I see if I can do some check during edits. Thanks.

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Re: Recently added GBA dumps

Post by xuom2 » 13 Dec 2017 20:11

xuom2 wrote:
jimmsu wrote:
xuom2 wrote:same question about NDS z142 and z143
Those 2 games he hexedit the data in the roms at offset 0200 til 0210 with 00.
That data need to be there in clean roms.
http://datomatic.no-intro.org/index.php ... =28&n=z142

DOM should pick up 3E6924F6?
at this moment it can't work (it takes the first bad dump ignoring the newer), but i will fix.
This was finally implemented. We can force DOM to pick up the files we specify.
Archive table now holds a new field: "FORCE_BINLIST" (by default: empty).
DOM usually picks up the files in an automatic way, based on submitted sources and releases.
If you add a binlist in "FORCE_BINLIST" field, DOM will pick up that list instead the automatic way.
I remember that what I call "binlist" is a list of file ID, with "-" as separator.
Example: -123-177- loads 2 files with ID 123 and 177.

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Re: Recently added GBA dumps

Post by SysopGrace » 21 Jan 2018 15:17

What are "Advance Play Edition" games anyways?
Were these released on some other platform?

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