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Old 31-01-2004, 01:56
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F355 selfboot

Does anyone know how tom make F355 selfboot?

ive tried it but aftre the sega screen it shows "loading..." and then nothing

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Old 31-01-2004, 02:40
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Binhack your 1st_read.bin as usual.
Then Hex edit it and look for "A6 00 00 00".
Change it to your LBA value.
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Old 01-02-2004, 02:45
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Hey thanks!

But there are a lot of A6 00 00 00 strings in the bin file, do all have to be changed?

for example if i use cdrwin just change the string to 11700?

But what about the missing characters, i mean A6 00 00 00 has 8 chars, 11700 only 5 chars.
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Old 01-02-2004, 03:12
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Look for the one like this :
A6 00 00 00 E0 40 0E 0C

And replace A6 00 00 00 by your LBA value correctly coded IN HEXADECIMAL !
_ 11700 => 5E 2A 00 00
_ 11702 => 5C 2A 00 00
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Old 01-02-2004, 06:22
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Hi!

Thanks a lot!

But this does not work :-(. Now the loading screen appears, and the cd runs very fast, after about 4 seconds the loading screen disappears.

Do you mind passing me over your .bin files ? that would be nice!

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Sorry for diggering post.

After dump my F355 Chaalenge NTSC/J I would like creat selboot .CDI. I try like
said in this thraed but I dont find A6 00 00 00 E0 40 0E 0C, the most likely is
E6 B0 00 00 E0 40 0E 0C.

How edit the 1ST_READ.BIN for japanese version?

Thanks


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