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Need clarification w/ swap magic and xploder hdtv; (inside elf loading)
Need clarification w/ swap magic and xploder hdtv; (inside elf loading) –
Hi, i just have a question; how do you load ELFs WITHIN swapmagic?
I see alot of people talking about booting SM, then loading and ELF, then continuing to use sm with the elf loaded to swap a backup disk to play agame (with whatever effects that elf has).
I know people do this with xploder hdtv; i just dont know how to do it with swap magic, as i have never used it that much, i like cogswap. But currently i just recieved the swapmagic 3.8 coder disk and would like to try it.
On the same note... couldnt you get an elf to load an elf within it???
For example, swapmagic has its own elf that you could theoretically put on your mem card. This would enable whatever swapmagic features. From that elf, could u use the swapmagic feature of loading an elf while it runs to load Xploder HDTV (for example)? Is that a possibility? Am i even making sense? haha :P
Anyways, my original question; how do you load elfs within swapmagic (using swapmagic disc NOT just MC hack).
to run an elf just make a disk with the elf and a system file. you couldnt use the SM elf instead of the disk because the elf uses the toc of the disk.
what do u mean SM elf uses the TOC size of the disk...:? what disk?---scratcht hat i misread your post :P sorry ya that makes sense. ..has anyone used SM3.8 with xploder ? does SM even bootup for you?
he means, that the elf itself takes up the entire disc space. So if you were to use the elf, it would take up the same memory
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