No the issue is: We don't even really know what to do to rewrite retail disks.
I may as well give some info: No it's impossible to rewrite a retail 64DD disk without potentially doing significant modifications to the 64DD...
Everything has been guessed from the BIOS ROM for emulation.
The interesting thing is that on emulator it's just 00030000 and USA IPL doesn't complain.
I suspect the internals are identical to the japanese one with one exception: CIC chip is not the same. I want to know the ID of it.
That's why this video exists, to get the word known :D
The IPLs are unique, and the disk they dumped contains something we already dumped though. And anyway we don't need to dump it to access it.
Well I would like to know too so I'm trying to contact the guy in private so we could talk better than using the comment section of a video.
Oh boy I didn't know about that, well at least it was an easy fix, just something I forgot to do :D
Double posting just to make a bump:
Video is out, all the info you need is there, and I released all the dumps on 64dd.org :D
Stay tuned, news very soon.
It's not really a waiting game for me as I know what's in it.
Considering I know what's going on I can tell you that it's not. And don't worry about the 64drive. ;)
しゅうりょうしました = Terminated.
That's really the translation I got....
Thrown out, but not because it was the SNES PlayStation, it was just a box of junk.
If it was supposed to be thrown out back then, Sony would...
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