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Discussion in 'NDS - Flashcarts and Accessories' started by Diablo1123, Jun 28, 2008.
Just wondering, would adding a whole bunch of FFFFs in a rom file with a hex editor still work?
Perhaps, although it would be much easier to write a program which reads the actual size from the ROM, and add the necessary empty data back on. I'm thinking something out there already does this, did you take a look at NDSTokyoTrim?
I'm not sure if there's any software for padding roms.
My question is is why the heck would you want to do that anyway? What possible use would it serve?
how about filechop?
Or rom patching?
I don't want to restore a trimmed rom, what I want is a rom that is normally like 64 MB to be 128 MB
Just to screw with my cousin
It will work.
Why not go the full way? Pad it to 256MB. Heck, make it a 2GB rom. Say it's a "special" version and full of vocals/graphics/movies and whatnot.
do you want it to ROM hack, for things like DP
I'm sure there's an easier way to do it than this (perhaps Destructobot already made a tool for it) but I usually use the GBAfix command-line program with the "-p" argument to make it pad up to the next power of 2. If I need to do it again, I open the file with a hex editor, add a single blank byte to the end of the file, and use GBAfix -p again.
Ah, for the cause of justuice eh?
Patch an empty rom file with the same name into it, It worked once... I think...