I've acquired a Special partner Super Nintendo game copier. I've got it all working, I can back up games to the floppy and play them off internal flash. Sweetness. But then I went to investigate if I could put my own ROMs on the floppy and run them. For game mods, fan translations, etc. The copier has 4MB of memory, so I'm good there. The floppies, however, didn't. Every single one of my floppy disks is 2MB or lower. Too small for games like EarthBound or most Super Mario World mods. The picture of a floppy that appears on the screen says 2HD on it, which is the 2MB floppies. Do you think it couple possibly work if I went and found some 4MB MF2-ED floppies somewhere? Can you think of any other way? It says on the box "Build-in multi function external interface (Can connect to CDROM drive and Computer... *Optional) But I see no external port. Any of you fellows have experience with this? Edit: Erm, I copied a really big game onto floppies from the adapter its self, and it took 4 floppy disks. I suppose I have to split the files in my converter. Still, I picked up something awesome Double edit: I still don't the format of ROMs it takes from my converter. Anyone know, give me a shout. Tripple edit: I also don't know how to split them. Into sections of 4Mb, as the memory banks in the SP are, or the max my floppies can hold?