Wood R4

Discussion in 'M3 Adapter' started by Excellentnuke, May 12, 2010.

May 12, 2010

Wood R4 by Excellentnuke at 1:36 AM (1,041 Views / 0 Likes) 2 replies

  1. Excellentnuke
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    Member Excellentnuke GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    I know that Wood R4 doesn't work on M3 Reals. However, I have some questions and discoveries about it.

    Discoveries
    -Wood R4 only works on clones (Including M3 Real) because the .NDS file was edited. As far as I can tell, the loaders are shared between the edited versions and the official versions.
    -Wood R4's loading is broken on M3 Reals, including reloading Wood R4.

    I'm not sure if those discoveries are any good, but hey, it'll do, I guess.

    Questions
    - How exactly does one edit the source? I noticed the C++ formats, but is it still edited using Visual C++ or something?
    - What files handle ROM loading?

    Thanks. Maybe someone can refer Rockstar to this topic [​IMG]
     
  2. Bently

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    Answers to your questions:
    1. From what you wrote, it doesn't seem you have any kind of experience coding/programming at all.
    But to answer that question, you can use any program other than Visual C++ such as Blood shed dev C+ and Notepad++
    and a bunch others.

    2. I can't answer this question but If it were a loader than im guessing you would need the DLDI files although im not certain as
    i am not an expert.

    Try asking someone with more knowledge of the innerworkings of a flashcart.
     
  3. DeltaBurnt

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    Someone (who will remain unnamed) has already gotten Wood R4 working on the M3. It's just quite buggy at this point and you have to have a 1-2GB SD card.
     

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