Using dslazy?

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Aug 29, 2007

Using dslazy? by GeekyGuy at 9:10 PM (1,299 Views / 0 Likes) 6 replies

  1. GeekyGuy
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    I'm wanting to try the arm7 fix for Worms OW2, and downloaded dslazy to do that. I've never used any of this stuff and I don't want to brick my DS. In the "read me" doc for dslazy, there's this mention: "grep for bricker code in .nds" Just reading the word "brick" in relation to my DS gives me pause, so I thought I'd better ask before screwing with anything.

    The readme doc is fairly vague, especially for someone who's never done this before. I have the arm7 BIN file and dslazy...is there someone who can perhaps walk me through the process of working this fix for Worms OW2?

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    unpack .nds with program
    replace the old file with the new file
    repack with the program
     
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    Hmm...okay, so all the other items inside the unzipped dslazy folder I don't need to worry or mess with, eh?

    Thanks

    One more question, though. When I go to repack the nds file, do I choose "current" or re-choose the original file (in this case Worms OW2) that I unpacked. I ask because once it's unpacked it appears as a folder.
     
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    Yes you don't need to mess with those files. when asked to save select the original rom
     
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    Appreciate the help. Thanks again.
     
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    Might you also consider dsbuff for ARM7 Swapping? [​IMG]
     
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