I've successfully flashed a copy of Dragon Quest I & Ii and Earthbound using this software. It was fairly easy to do.
With that being said, it'd be nice if Paul would just implement better software support himself.
If you don't mind me asking, how did you go about writing these games? The software provided here doesn't seem to work at all, so seeing how it is done outside of it would help give this board some use.
Sorry, completely forgot about this... And I haven't been making repos as much as I used to. It's kind of expensive after getting the boards, cases, labels and boxes.
Anyways, it was fairly straight forward for me. I re-flashed my INL board using the included firmware for the software. When putting the board into the programmer the software automatically detects the size of the board's memory.
When dropping the rom into the software, it also automatically detects the required size and padding. On the advice of the author, I always have the automatic board erase option set as well. I let the software do it's thing and bam, it's done.
I have run into two issues - the first being that once I've flashed a board, I haven't been able to erase and re-use the board for another game. For some reason it just won't do it. The second being that I couldn't get a specific game to work, I forget the name of the game, but it's some JP only RPG release that uses a patch to decompress it. I don't know if this is the software or hardwares fault. I just gave up on it.
With that being said, this software was really my only option. Paul's software (last time I checked..) wasn't very helpful and for some reason I've found that the avaible tools for SNES reproduction is much more lacking then the NES.
Like I said, I really hope Paul eventually gets around to just updating his software to make everything automatic.