Yggdra union on 256mbit cart?

Discussion in 'GBA - Console and Game Discussions, Help and Tips' started by ponjavic, Feb 4, 2007.

Feb 4, 2007

Yggdra union on 256mbit cart? by ponjavic at 2:04 PM (1,242 Views / 0 Likes) 6 replies

  1. ponjavic
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    Well can it be done? I'm trying to but it simply says cart full.
     
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    thanks man, didn't know you could disable the loader, it fits now =)
     
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    this rom cannot be trimmed at all, or if you find a way to get rid of like 500kb or 1 mb (or more) of the 32 MB please let me know..
     
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    It does trim enough to fit into a 256 Mb cart: open the rom in freeware hex editor and trim the 0XFF's
    manually (just those necessary near the end of the rom, save the modified rom under a different name , fire up VBA to see if it still works. As long as you can manage to shave off as much data as your loader's size, it should work on your flashcart fine).
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    i need at least 500kb so i can put on some books on the flashcard too [​IMG]

    i guess there is some useless space in the rom but i dont know how to remove it (as trimming wont work)
     
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    use the free hex editor, and just highlight the FFs at the end of the file - and hit DELETE.


    woops... this ones a tough one to trim. was thinking you were talking about riviera.
     

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