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==System Specific Dumping Guides==
 
==System Specific Dumping Guides==
 
* '''IBM PC Compatible'''
 
* '''IBM PC Compatible'''
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[general note: record download date and raw HTTP response header(s) when downloading stuff]
 
** [[Steam Game Preservation|Steam]]
 
** [[Steam Game Preservation|Steam]]
  
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** [[PlayStation 3 Digital Software Dumping Guide|PlayStation 3, PSP]]
 
** [[PlayStation 3 Digital Software Dumping Guide|PlayStation 3, PSP]]
 
** [[PlayStation Vita Digital Software Dumping Guide|PlayStation Vita]]
 
** [[PlayStation Vita Digital Software Dumping Guide|PlayStation Vita]]
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* '''Game.COM Cartridges'''
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** [https://assemblergames.com/threads/learning-to-dump-game-com.68456/#post-986722 Game.com Cartridge Dumping Guide]
  
 
==Useful Software==
 
==Useful Software==
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** GB/GBC dumper for GameCube via Game Boy Player or Game Boy Link Cable. There are GBA methods, but do they work for GB/GBC?
 
** GB/GBC dumper for GameCube via Game Boy Player or Game Boy Link Cable. There are GBA methods, but do they work for GB/GBC?
 
** TapeDump-like homebrew for SNES/GBA (for the SNES, maybe GB/C dumping could also be done, via the Super Game Boy).
 
** TapeDump-like homebrew for SNES/GBA (for the SNES, maybe GB/C dumping could also be done, via the Super Game Boy).
* Look into clone consoles that have external storage + cart slot
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* Look into clone consoles that have external storage + cart slot, if they exist
* nds-constraint exploit for DS - could it be used to run homebrew code?
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* Making a "tasbot"-like device seems to be cheaper way to boot dumping homebrew than making (and possibly buying) flashcarts and similar devices or copiers. But they don't seem to be available for purchase. And it requires a console and exploitable game.
  
 
[[Category:Dumping Guides]]
 
[[Category:Dumping Guides]]

Latest revision as of 03:32, 4 October 2019

Welcome to our dumping guides page! We hope to add more systems in the near future to this list and improve our pre-existing guides for ease and clarity.

Please, take some time to read our Disclaimer before you start doing anything.

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System Specific Dumping Guides

  • IBM PC Compatible

[general note: record download date and raw HTTP response header(s) when downloading stuff]

Useful Software

  • GameHeader - GUI tool for viewing ROM header and generating checksums of NES, FDS, GB, SNES, N64, GBC, GBA and NDS ROMs
  • Crappy Tiny Reader (CTR) - GUI tool for viewing ROM header of DS(i) and 3DS ROMs

Useful Info

Would Be Useful

  • More ROM dumper homebrew
    • GB/GBC dumper for GameCube via Game Boy Player or Game Boy Link Cable. There are GBA methods, but do they work for GB/GBC?
    • TapeDump-like homebrew for SNES/GBA (for the SNES, maybe GB/C dumping could also be done, via the Super Game Boy).
  • Look into clone consoles that have external storage + cart slot, if they exist
  • Making a "tasbot"-like device seems to be cheaper way to boot dumping homebrew than making (and possibly buying) flashcarts and similar devices or copiers. But they don't seem to be available for purchase. And it requires a console and exploitable game.