I was thinking ... Is it possible to update the Swiss version 431 with only the read-related modifications created on December 11 and 12? I suspect that it would solve the problem of some games and maintain its good compatibility. Could anyone do it? Thank you.Andross89 wrote: ↑Wed Mar 13, 2019 8:41 pmI have discovered why Resident Evil Zero does not start correctly on new versions of Swiss. This problem is caused by naming the files for disk swapping to happen. I've always named the files like this:
XXX Disc 1
XXX Disc 2
The game only works with different names. Renaming for XXX Disc A / B makes the game start properly but without the disc swapping function. Unfortunately, RE Zero and Remake do not save before the disc swapping like most games.
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No point doing such a thing, always go forward.
But new versions seem to be more sensitive to ISO formats. A user was having problems with the Colosseum that was solved with version 431. I tested the version he used and the same game worked. But my ISO has been modified. There must be more such cases. And other issues like the above case of naming the ISOs.
Anyway, I hope someone with your ability and time left can help me.
I just wanted to post that this problem seems to be fixed as of .4 rev 634. Thanks for the great work guys.
Are you using the NTSC version? PAL and NTSC versions have different structures. Ocarina and Majora's in PAL version starts with DOL. The NTSC version starts with the ELF.
If you are using the NTSC version, it looks like there has been an improvement in compatibility.
Version 649 solved the problem of Resident Evil 4 (ntsc) and Skies of Arcadia - Legends (ntsc). And must have solved the random freezes of games like Geist (ntsc). But no game that uses 2 ISOS works due to naming.