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    Depends on who did the release or who was the last one to rename the rom, but if the filename is correct, then a standard rom naming convention should apply.

    This usually works for me:
    http://www.romcenter.com/datafiles/t...convention.htm

  2. #12

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    dats so help full, now i know wat im downloading. =D
    Thanks Mate.

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    I have been searching for a list like this for quite a while. I also wanted to ask what the best codes would be to download games? I'm guessing ones that are USA games (U) and have a (!) after it for a good dump. Wow, that didn't sound good....Thanks!

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    i wonder something. i live in Europe, so can i play NA releases or not? thanks in advance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BLoody View Post
    i wonder something. i live in Europe, so can i play NA releases or not? thanks in advance.
    I have the same question, I live in UK?
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    Additionally to above list, I found these notes:
    STANDARD CODE NOTES

    [a] This is simply an alternate version of a
    ROM. Many games have been re-released to
    fix bugs or even to eliminate Game Genie
    codes (Yes, Nintendo hates that device).

    [b ] A bad dump often occurs with an older
    game or a faulty dumper (bad connection).
    Another common source of ROMs is a
    corrupted upload to a release.

    [f] A fixed game has been altered in some way
    so that it will run better on a copier
    or emulator.

    [h] Something in this ROM is not quite as it
    should be. Often a hacked ROM simply has
    a changed header or has been enabled to
    run in different regions. Other times it
    could be a release group intro, or just
    some kind of cheating or funny hack.

    [o] An overdumped ROM image has more data
    than is actually in the cart. The extra
    information means nothing and is removed
    from the true image.

    [t] A trainer is special code which executes
    before the game is begun. It allows you
    to access cheats from a menu.

    [!] Verified good dump. Thank God for these!

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    Thank you for these, this just saved me a lot of work.
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    Thanks, really helpful

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    Thank you.........................

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    It's annoying how not all ROM dumpers mark these.

    Anyway, why are there ones that simply have nothing beside them like the SMB1 Europe ROM? That game is correctly dumped but Nintendo broke the sound.

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