Are there good dumps of....

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Aug 28, 2010
  1. RisnDevil
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    Newcomer RisnDevil Advanced Member

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    I am NOT asking where to get these games, but I am just curious if there are good/working dumps of Sonic Collection and Mega Man Zero Collection? Sonic didn't work for me, and Mega Man played, but the graphics were all sorts of fracked up.

    Thanks, (sorry if it's in the wrong board)
    RisnDevil
     
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    Was the sonic complaining about the save data?

    If so, yes, those ARE the good dumps. It's called "AP", anti-piracy, it purposely fucks up the game if it detects it's running on a flash cart.

    Whatever cart/firmware you're using, update to the latest firmware.
     
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    just look around on the net with stuff like " Sonic Collection fix" or "sonic collection patch"
     
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    I have a dstwo and those two games works great for me
    when a game don't work or not working properly, it's most likely the flash cart, only sometime will it be a bad rom
     
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    With these two it's the AP. The cart's firmware should fix that automatically, they should update to the latest.

    If they're using an unsupported cart, then they would want to google for a patch.
     

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