Super Mario 64 - The Missing Stars on Wii64 (Now able to save)

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  1. MHFsilver

    Newcomer MHFsilver Newbie

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    Hello everyone, I'm new here but I'm here to tell everyone that I have fixed Super Mario 64 - The Missing Stars to save on Wii64. Now I know a lot of people stopped using Wii64 since they stopped updating it. But for those of you who still play it, I have a fix for MS. If you didn't know, when trying to save on Wii64 with The Missing Stars, you'd just get an error, but not anymore! Anyway, here's the link to download the fixed version, if you'd like to know what I did, feel free to ask.
     
  2. pyromaniac123

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    Lol prepare for ban.
     
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  3. GamerzHell9137

    Member GamerzHell9137 GBAtemp Psycho!

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    Ohhh, someone didn't read the rules :3
    Ur gonna feel the power of the BANHAMMER!
     
  4. Jayro

    Member Jayro MediCat DVD Developer

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    Wow, and I thought the people on Facepunch were dicks...
     
  5. Krestent

    Member Krestent What to post?

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    You had best remove that link; it's a ROM and thus forbidden from GBATemp.
     
  6. Ron

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    Even if this is a legitimate "fix", lern2xdelta

    bsdiff works too, but I prefer xdelta :)
     
  7. DJPlace

    Member DJPlace Garbage Day!!

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    you do know we have a report button. just use that. still everyone makes mistakes (hell i make mistakes when i drink too much NOG!!)
     
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    Member Chaossaturn ローレンス

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    Poor guy, he being helpful and he gets shoot down but sadly your on the wrong forum, people here are elitist when it comes to these things.
     
  9. pyromaniac123

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    Making sure roms don't get posted isn't elitist.
     
  10. Thomas83Lin

    Member Thomas83Lin Retro Gamer

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    Since you ask, I'd like to know the details.B-)
     
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    Member the_randomizer The Temp's official fox whisperer

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  12. Chary

    Member Chary Fortune favors the bold.

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    You guys are being pretty harsh. I know roms aren't allowed, but don't ridicule the guy.
     
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  13. ComeTurismO

    Member ComeTurismO Member

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    Agreed with Chary. He may have not read the rules, but you guys don't have to go 42.
     
  14. nakata6790

    Member nakata6790 True Player

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    What is it with the unneeded irony?
    He is a new member, he meant good trying to help.

    Anyway, for those interested, in order to get ANY rom that refuses to save with Not64 simply do this:
    Use N64 renamer (or a similar tool) and remove the : from the game's title. Voila, problem solved.
     

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