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Nope, because there's no NES MMC3 cart with both CHR-RAM and WRAM. Which is what kyuusaku meant by an equivalent cart. You have to modify a CHR-ROM board to support CHR-RAM (requires adding a pin to the edge connector + rewiring).


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Memblers wrote:
Nope, because there's no NES MMC3 cart with both CHR-RAM and WRAM. Which is what kyuusaku meant by an equivalent cart. You have to modify a CHR-ROM board to support CHR-RAM (requires adding a pin to the edge connector + rewiring).


Well, could you modify the original famicom cart?

Sorry for all the stupid questions, just curious. :)


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Guido Anchovy wrote:
Well, could you modify the original famicom cart?


Sure, that'd be a good way to go if you have it, or can get it.


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Memblers wrote:
Guido Anchovy wrote:
Well, could you modify the original famicom cart?


Sure, that'd be a good way to go if you have it, or can get it.


Cool, I should be able to acquire a copy and test my theory on it. I'll PM you when I have all the components. Thanks again!


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I could burn some EPROM's also if anybody needs help. If it doesn't happen too often I could even sell an old EPROM or two for cost.


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i just bought a willam eprom programmer, the 4.5c i believe from mcumall.com it's coming in the mail in the next few days, but it's only $45. i shall let you know how it goes (hopefully it'll come by the weekend). i'm going to be making an ff3 cart, so i can let yu know how it goes(as well as smb2j and ff2


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