I created my own BCA editor/patcher.
You can patch the data at address 0x100 or at the end of the ISO file,
so usable for most chips that support reading of BCA codes.
Find out yourself !
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so this will work on new games thn
Originally Posted by moely
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so does this work for games like just dance etc
Just Dance has no BCA protection, so whether it would work with it or not is unimportant.
Originally Posted by davidmc8
As all the software does is patch the code to offset 0x100 or EOF it will work with ANY ISO. And is only needed for hardmodded wii's.
It is ONLY needed for BCA protected games, and, currently, NSMB is the ONLY game with BCA protection.
Yes, that's right, but I want to emphasize this to davidmc8:
each BCA protected game in the future will have his own particular BCA code, but of course I cannot built these codes into my program yet, because nobody knows these codes.
For now, in my BCA patcher/editor you can use the fixed BCA code for NSMB or a custom modifiable BCA code for future games.
If a new BCA protected game will be released and you have found the corresponding BCA code somewhere on the internet, you can paste it in the custom field and patch the ISO with it. But I will add the BCA code for each new protected game a.s.a.p. after their release in my program. You can always download the latest version on www.my-place-to-be.com, but at this moment nothing has been added or changed yet.
Last edited by moely; 01-07-2010 at 06:12 AM.
that's quite clear !! thx.
I guess it's good for hardmodded wii's, considering CFGLoader already dumps the bca file
Will this BCA patcher work on d2pro9?
Your BCA Editor/Patcher looks great!
I've just got a quick question for you...
I just got the Wode Jukebox and after reading their support files they say to put a file named *.bca in the same folder as the *.iso file (ie. NSMB.iso + NSMB.bca).
I'm just wondering if instead of doing that and having two files in the folder, I can just use your program to patch the ISO file.
Will that work... to me it sounds like it would achieve the same thing, but I'm hardly an expert.
Any advice is greatly appreciated.
Moely BCA Patcher it works with wode jukebox?
hi, I wanted to know if Moely BCA Patcher it works with wode jukebox? thanks
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