n64 rom inject setting for 8mb of ram ?

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  1. Pikachuk
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    Hi,i would like to inject super mario star road on my wii u,but the game freeze at the start because i haven't the setting to use 8mb of ram,what is the line to use with the config file ?
     
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    From what I remember, there is none. Maybe @pedro702 knows. I haven't touched n64 inject for a very long time.
     
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    I saw on the falcon64 file a line "ram size" and the value is 0x400000 Is it that ?
     
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    Oh now that's interesting.
    Maybe changing it to 0x800000 would work?
     
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    I'll try it
     
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    i tyred getting that game to work i also did the ram thing and such and nope it doesnt work remenber that star road doesnt even work on original hardware so yeah it probably will never work, i tryed a bunch of config stuff and never got it to boot.
     
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    Personnaly i got the title logo with the mario's voice but after that,black screen