1. Cilerba

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    I noticed some other people were having trouble extracting a romfs directory from a decrypted romfs.bin due to the Japanese characters in the file system, but I never came across a fix for this. Any idea how to fix this?
     
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    Have you tried RomFS Extractor?
     
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    Yes and I received that error in my title.
     
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    A valid RomFS file should have "49 56 46 43" (IVFC) as its first four bytes. You probably did something wrong in the decryption process.

    • If you use ctrtool, make sure that you use -p option in ctrtool.
    • Generate xorpads again. Your xorpad might be bad.
    • Only original, unmodified ROM need xorpads. If you are working with modified ROM, xorpads is not needed.
    • Verify your ROMs. Here are some MD5:

      • Special Edition: A0920FA35935C8D02C89158B6855C7A9
        Anya Oukoku: 900DB07D8603CAB160B89C6749432CC2
        Byakuya Oukoku: F92A09512A6F2507B27241DAEB4DCF37
      If you are using your own dump, remove the header first before checking its hash.
     
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