I have a huge collection of SNES VC titles downloaded through the Wii Shop and want to extract the ROM files in order to be able to play them with Snes 9x GX. I have two questions: 1) I extracted for example F-Zero, it's called JACP.rom. It works with Snes 9X but it's missing sound. I learned that Nintendo removed the sound of many Snes titles to a separate PCM file, in my case the PCM of F-Zero is called JACP.pcm. Now, anyone knows how I can insert the PCM file to the F-Zero rom in order to gain a fully working ROM? 2) Some VC games like ActRaiser have two ROMs packed. One ROM is the Rom without sound and one ROM is complete and has sound (dunno why Nintendo did this). Anyway, as I'm from europe it's common that VC titles don't support 60Hz video mode. I compared the PAL version of ActRaiser with the NTSC one and the NTSC one runs a bit faster. Snes GX says that the NTSC rom runs with 60Hz and the PAL one with 50 Hz. Is it possible to edit the PAL rom, so that it runs with 60Hz? Changing the video mode of Snes 9x GX doesn't change anything. The video output is still 60Hz, but the PAL game runs nonetheless slower than the NTSC one. Oh, before anyone mentions it, yes, I looked at ncon64, but this thing doesn't change anything.