1. flinto

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    A forensic style examination would reveal what was previously installed on your system, unless the data has been over written rather than just deleted. Even if over written in some circumstances it can still be restored.

    But relax....you live longer
     
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    Shaders and smoothing option in the tool would be awesome!
     
  3. the_randomizer

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    Does anyone know the exact resolution of game art that is on the SNESC? Assuming the same maximum dimensions as NESC (only turned 90 degrees), it should be 204 pixels by xxx pixels.
     
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    Hackchi can actually upload or find the images on Google and automatically resize and convert them to the right format and resolution
     
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    just checked CLV-P-SADJE - 228 × 160 pixels / 72 pixels/inch
     
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    If you are using the 2.20 final release of Hakchi2, then yes, you need to select original games to have the default 21 games on your list.
    When you first start Hakchi2 it will ask you what kind of system you will be using. If you have a Super Nintendo Classic Edition, for example, then you would choose "SNES Classic Mini" from the list.
    Make sure to click the "Kernel" menu and choose "Dump Kernel". Just follow the instructions that pop up. When that is done, make a backup copy of the file you just dumped, and keep it somewhere safe. Next click on the "Kernel" menu again and choose "Flash Custom Kernel". When that is done, you will be ready to add games.

    Click the "Add More Games" button, go to where you put your roms (they must be .sfc or .smc format to work) and start adding them, one by one.

    Most games you add will auto fill in all of the game info for you, including if it's 1 or 2 players. It won't give you the box art by itself, but you can add that very easily. Just select the game and the click the Google button. When you see a picture you like, just double click it to set it as the box art for the game.

    Just choose "Synchronize Selected Games With NES/SNES Mini" when your done adding games to the list, and Hakchi2 will tell you what to do to flash the games to your SNES Classic.

    That's the best I can do for you. That's all I currently know.
    Good luck!
     
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  8. flinto

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    How do you convert pal rom to NTSC?
     
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    Installed RetroArch, but every time I load up Super Street Fighter II, it still gives me the C7 error. I have installed it properly and it updated the kernel on the SNES, and then I added --retroarch to the command line of the game.
     
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    Uninstall != Original kernel flash

    — Posts automatically merged - Please don't double post! —

    https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet...vh8t2aV5cVswYlnsdKxn9xoIW2Y/htmlview?sle=true

    Check "My documents" folder, it should be there.

    Uninstall removes the whole hakchi folder.

    Thank you!

    It should be detected automatically based on ROM header. Maybe I'll add setting too. But I don't want to enlarge main window.
     
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    I guess you are talking about two different aspects of the question. As far as I understand from the technical implementation:
    Cluster is right: When you return to the original kernel, the System will behave exactly as before since no hakchi related code is neiter active nor present any more. So by using the System there's no way to tell if it was modified.
    cokeaddict is right: There might still be files (games etc.) in a special folder in NAND Memory. That's the reason they survive a kernel restore and re-patch. Even if you removed them before restoring, there might still be these (empty) folders. Since they are not used by the original kernel it does not affect the functionality of the restored device.

    As far as I understand, in case of a return Nintendo might be able to detect a modified and restored console if they evaluate the full NAND Memory / file system. Even if the kernel is original again it can be expected fo find traces of the added games etc. Even if you deleted the games, there will be traces of their raw data in the (now unused) NAND memory. The only way around this would be to not only restore the kernel but also a full NAND backup. A NAND backup was not possible to create in the RCs, I could not test the final version yet. But if you already modified your SNES mini it's too late to create the NAND backup, anyways...
     
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    But I seriously doubt they are going to do a forensic analysis on a device that's sent in for repair. If at all, they are going to look on a filesystem level.
     
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    Hi ! I have 270/300Mb games on the snes mini.
    Are the 30Mb enough for save games ?
    Thx !
     
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    can someone provide me the original kernel please? i somehow messed it up and always when i backup the original kernel now it tells me that md5 checksum is wrong.... lol
     
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    Once I've installed the hmod What do I need to change the command line to if I want a game to run via retroarch instead of canoe (a PAL game)?.

    Edit: I've got the games running via retroarch from following kdfmanics post... But get c8 errors when existing those particular games? Any idea how to fix this?
     
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    The original kernel is copyrighted material and it's against GBAtemp's rules to request copyrighted material or links to copyrighted material.
     
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    Does ROM compression in Hakchi 2.20 also work for Classic NES and its games?
     
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    If you keep 21 orginal games, you can have 145 games; if you decide to hide them, you can up to 204 games, it seems to me. Rgs.
    PS : 21 original gamestake a lot of space!
     
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    Does anyone know how filters are put through retroarch with snes9x? I've been looking into setup, video options, on all sites and found nothing filters.:unsure:
     
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