Yesterday, I released a new utility called vcromclaim. Its primary purpose is to extract ROMs from Virtual Console games on NAND dumps created by BootMii and other NAND dumpers. It also extracts manuals and some game saves as an added bonus. The ROMs and saves it outputs are compatible with popular emulators. The manuals are HTML files. It can decompress virtually any compressed file it encounters. At present, it works almost flawlessly with the following VC platforms: NES (tested with FCEUX, save extraction supported) SNES (tested with Snes9x and ZSNES, save extraction supported) Nintendo 64 (tested with Mupen64Plus and Wii64, save extraction supported) Master System (tested with Dega) Genesis (tested with Gens/GS and Genesis Plus GX, save extraction supported) TurboGrafx-16/PC-Engine (tested with Hu-Go!) Another huge feature: vcromclaim automatically restores the sound to VC SNES games where the original ROM with correct sound is not included. To my knowledge, there is no other software in existence that can do this - I reverse engineered it myself. It requires Python 2.6 or 2.7. You can get it from my vcromclaim GitHub repository. Enjoy!