F-Zero GX Access AX

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f-zerofreq07
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F-Zero GX Access AX

Post by f-zerofreq07 » Sat Sep 10, 2022 7:18 am

Ok so before I begin. This is my setup
DOL-001 Indigo Gamecube NTSC
Retrobit Prism HDMI
Gameboy Player
Im running the latest version of swiss using Super Smash Bros. Melee save exploit 002
32gig Sandisk Micro SD on a SD2SP2

Im trying to use the cheats for F-Zero GX (which I used cleanrip on my own copy)so it will boot into F-Zero AX and even though its in a .txt file it says cant find them. I even named the file properly GFZE01. Copied and pated the code to the text file and put it in the cheats folder by placing the file into a 2gb Toshiba SD card using and SD Gecko and moving the .txt file onto the SD2SP2. Still doesnt work. What am I doing wrong lol. Can someone help me with a step by step to exactly what i need to do. I went back and kept trying in many ways. Looked up videos, looked it up on github etc you name it I tried it as step by step as I could and nothing. Please help me and thank you in advance.
Ralf@gc-forever
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Re: F-Zero GX Access AX

Post by Ralf@gc-forever » Mon Sep 12, 2022 6:27 am

You can load the "Play F-Zero AX v8" code as a main DOL patch for the NTSC-U version here:

download/file.php?id=1354

or the same patch as ISO version here:

https://www.romhacking.net/hacks/5779/
f-zerofreq07
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Re: F-Zero GX Access AX

Post by f-zerofreq07 » Sun Sep 25, 2022 3:48 am

Alright now this is whats been my issue. Where do I put that file. Swiss/patches
Ironcraft456
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Re: F-Zero GX Access AX

Post by Ironcraft456 » Sun Sep 25, 2022 4:09 pm

ISO patches need to be applied to the disc image on a PC. As far as I know, Swiss doesn't have a built in patcher. In the case of the romhacking link shared by Ralf, you need to use an xdelta patcher. Easy to find. You then patch your iso and put it back on SD card
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