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    Change all $FF's to $00's in the expanded ROM area from location $20000 Nothing else in the ROM have been changed.
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    Change all $FF's to $00's in the expanded ROM area from location $20000 Nothing else in the ROM have been changed.
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    Change all $FF's to $00's in the expanded ROM area from location $20000 Nothing else in the ROM have been changed. Fogot to change the File Information on Version to 1.3.

SNEStuff

Miscellaneous

Description:

SNEStuff is a tool inspired by FuSoYa, byuu, and Ersanio. It contains an address converter like Lunar Address, a ROM expander like Lunar Expand (expansion beyond 4MB is still WIP), an IPS patcher like Lunar IPS, an ASM patcher using xkas v0.06, and a color converter like Ersanio’s HDMA color converter. It can also add or remove ROM headers.

More info here: http://www.smwcentral.net/?p=viewthread&t=26313

This utility will alter patches by adding a $#01 or $#02 byte at the end of the ips file when the “Format and continue” option is selected. This format setting will either add or subtract $200 from the original patch addresses. If you do not want your patch addresses to change it is recommended to select “Continue unformatted” from the options. If you want to remove the formatting from your patch after it has been altered by this utility then you can open it up in a hex editor and remove the $#01 or $#02 after the “EOF” bytes.

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User Review Information
User Reviews
HeadlineAuthorDateVersionRecommended
Great Patching Programpianohombre12 Apr 20171.2.1Yes