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Credits From Edgeemu.com

 

Standard Codes:

[a] - Alternate

- Bad Dump

[bF] - Bung Fix

[c] - Cracked

[f] - Other Fix

[h] - Hack

[o] - Overdump

[p] - Pirate

[t] - Trained

[T] - Translation

(Unl) - Unlicensed

[x] - Bad Checksum

ZZZ_ - Unclassified

[!] - Verified Good Dump

(???k) - ROM Size Special Codes:

[C] - Color GameBoy

- Super GameBoy

(M#) - Multilanguage (# of Languages)

[M] - Mono Only (NeoGeo Pocket)

(PC10) - PlayChoice 10 (NES)

(1) - Japan (Genesis)

(4) - USA (Genesis)

(5) - NTSC Only (Genesis)

( 8 ) - PAL Only (Genesis)

(BS) - BS ROMS (SNES)

(ST) - Sufami Turbo (SNES)

(NP) - Nintendo Power (SNES)

(Adam) - ADAM Version (Coleco)

(PAL) - PAL Video Country Codes:

(A) - Australian

© - Chinese

(E) - Europe

(F) - French

(FN) - Finland

(G) - German

(GR) - Greece

(HK) - Hong Kong

(I) - Italian

(J) - Japan

(K) - Korean

(NL) - Dutch

(PD) - Public Domain

(S) - Spanish

(SW) - Sweden

(U) - USA

(UK) - England

(Unk) - Unknown Country

(-) - Unknown Country

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This is a good thing to have. I saw it on Edge a few years ago, and instantly made a printout of it and taped it to the wall by my workstation. I still refer to it from time to time when I encounter a rare code. Good post!

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This is a good thing to have. I saw it on Edge a few years ago, and instantly made a printout of it and taped it to the wall by my workstation. I still refer to it from time to time when I encounter a rare code. Good post!

 

Thnx, m8. I thought it would be useful. :wink:

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What exactly is an "overdump"?

It's a Rom that has been made to big. For example a Rom may be 4MB and when someone dumps it into a file they made it as an 8MB file. So you have 4MB of wasted space filled with 00's or FF's in most cases, blank space.

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What exactly is an "overdump"?

It's a Rom that has been made to big. For example a Rom may be 4MB and when someone dumps it into a file they made it as an 8MB file. So you have 4MB of wasted space filled with 00's or FF's in most cases, blank space.

Most rom tools can trim the overdump and remove those unneeded 00's and FF's.

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