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Why are some of these dats lacking the [System] section?

Also, I tried the Matrimelee dat on this thread and it just crashes nebula when I try to rescan roms :D

Why is that :lol:

And even my MS5 p and v roms are different than that dat on here! How is one supposed to know which are the good ones (by good I mean 100% non-hacked).

Edited by Class316, 01 October 2004 - 04:35 AM.


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Why are some of these dats lacking the [System] section?

Also, I tried the Matrimelee dat on this thread and it just crashes nebula when I try to rescan roms :D

Why is that  :lol:

Yeah, the Matrimelee does that for me too...that's why I use Kawaks.

And not all of these dats are universal, there are many different versions especially for SvC.

I suggest you use RomDataMaker to make DATs specific to your ROM sets.

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I suggest you use RomDataMaker to make DATs specific to your ROM sets.


I just tried that with Ghostlop, I just got garbled graphics! Here's the dat it generated:

%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%

System: Neo
RomName: ghostlop
Game: Ghost Lop

[Program]
gl-p1.rom,0,100000,6033172E,0

[Text]
gl-s1.rom,0,20000,83C24E81,0

[Z80]
gl-m1.rom,0,20000,FD833B33,0

[Samples]
gl-v1.rom,0,200000,C603FCE6,0

[Graphics]
gl-c1.rom,400000,400000,BFC99EFE,0
gl-c2.rom,400001,400000,69788082,0

[System]
CartridgeID: 228
GfxCrypt: 0
GfxKey: 0
ButLayout: 9
Fix: 0

%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%



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Encrypted graphics would be the problem. That happened to games such as MS5 when it was first released.

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Encrypted graphics would be the problem. That happened to games such as MS5 when it was first released.


Ghostlop is not encrypted, is it? Cause the C roms compress well. So how do I correct that dat file??

For MS5, does the encrypted set work on any emu?

Also, I tried the dat file generator on powerin4.zip and it seemed to work.

Edited by Class316, 01 October 2004 - 04:36 AM.


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Encrypted graphics would be the problem. That happened to games such as MS5 when it was first released.


Ghostlop is not encrypted, is it? Cause the C roms compress well. So how do I correct that dat file??

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Ghostlop is not encrypted, as it is a proto that should have been released years ago.

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Also, I tried the Matrimelee dat on this thread and it just crashes nebula when I try to rescan rom


I found out that the Matrimelee dat has an extra space after 1 or 2 of the lines. I'm not sure which one. It's this extra space that's causing the crash.

Try putting your caret at the end of each line, press right, and see if you get taken to the next line or not. Do this for each line and delete any spaces you come across. Then try again.


And now, another KOF 2K3 dat....this one boots properly on my Nebula 2.24 w/ Loaader. But the frigging controls don't work. :lol:
System: NEO
RomName: kof2003
Game: The King of Fighters 2003 (Fully Decrypted)

[Program]
271-p1.bin,0,800000,B87049F2,0

[Text]
271-s1.rom,0,20000,DF422440,0

[Z80]
271-m1d.bin,0,20000,396E17CD,0

[Samples]
271-v1.bin,0,400000,D2B8AA5E,0
271-v2.bin,400000,400000,71956EE2,0
271-v3.bin,800000,400000,DDBBB199,0
271-v4.bin,C00000,400000,01B90C4F,0

[Graphics]
271-c1.bin,0,800000,E42FC226,0
271-c2.bin,1,800000,1B5E3B58,0
271-c3.bin,1000000,800000,D334FDD9,0
271-c4.bin,1000001,800000,0D457699,0
271-c5.bin,2000000,800000,8A91AAE4,0
271-c6.bin,2000001,800000,9F8674B8,0
271-c7.bin,3000000,800000,374EA523,0
271-c8.bin,3000001,800000,75211F4D,0

[System]
CartridgeID: 271
GfxCrypt: 0
GfxKey: 0
ButLayout: 9
Fix: 0


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I couldn't get the controls to work either in Nebula so I gave up on it. :lol: I haven't played the game since and that was months ago.

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edit: nevermind :blink:

Edited by xeno, 25 November 2004 - 10:24 PM.


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Well, if it's any usable info to anyone, I did get KOF2003 working in Nebula and with perfect controls.

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In using the decrypted P1 without author's tag from the bootleg PCB version :


Winkawaks Loader dat (with S1 & M1d of 128 Kb to use them with Kawaks 1.45 Loader) :
System: NEO
RomName: kof2k3bd
Game: The King of Fighters 2003 (Bootleg PCB, fully decrypted)

[Program]
271-p1bd.bin,0,800000,57A1981D,0

[Text] 
kf2k3_s1.rom,0,20000,DF422440,0

[Z80]
271-m1d.bin,0,20000,396E17CD,0

[Samples]
271-v1d.bin,0,800000,FA107F15,0
271-v2d.bin,800000,800000,0E84F8C1,0

[Graphics]
kf2k3_c1.rom,0,800000,E42FC226,0
kf2k3_c2.rom,1,800000,1B5E3B58,0
kf2k3_c3.rom,1000000,800000,D334FDD9,0
kf2k3_c4.rom,1000001,800000,D457699,0
kf2k3_c5.rom,2000000,800000,8A91AAE4,0
kf2k3_c6.rom,2000001,800000,9F8674B8,0
kf2k3_c7.rom,3000000,800000,374EA523,0
kf2k3_c8.rom,3000001,800000,75211F4D,0

[System]
CartridgeID: 271
GfxCrypt: 0
GfxKey: 0
ButLayout: 9
Fix: 0

Nebula dat (with blending effects on lifebars) :
System: NEO
RomName: kf2k3bdt
Game: The King of Fighters 2003 (Bootleg PCB, fully decrypted, transparencies enabled)

[Program]
271-p1bd.bin,0,800000,57A1981D,0

[Z80]
271-m1d.bin,0,20000,396E17CD,0

[Samples]
271-v1d.bin,0,800000,FA107F15,0
271-v2d.bin,800000,800000,0E84F8C1,0

[Graphics]
kf2k3_c1.rom,0,800000,E42FC226,0
kf2k3_c2.rom,1,800000,1B5E3B58,0
kf2k3_c3.rom,1000000,800000,D334FDD9,0
kf2k3_c4.rom,1000001,800000,D457699,0
kf2k3_c5.rom,2000000,800000,8A91AAE4,0
kf2k3_c6.rom,2000001,800000,9F8674B8,0
kf2k3_c7.rom,3000000,800000,9965D632,0
kf2k3_c8.rom,3000001,800000,989BC5C9,0

[System]
CartridgeID: 271
GfxCrypt: 0
GfxKey: 0
ButLayout: 9
Fix: 13





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