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 Post subject: Re: BioHazard File Archive Tool
PostPosted: Wed May 07, 2014 2:55 pm 
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...biofat is still alive, forgive me for neglecting to report updates to this thread. :|

The application is now hosted RHDN.NET, linked below:

http://www.romhacking.net/utilities/1019/


Only BioHazard // Resident Evil games are supported, now... but I still have sources for other games. If anyone needs something specific, just drop me a PM.

In addition, all OS compatibility issues have been smashed and are now non-existent - no more crashes in Vista, Win7, etc (personally tested in both x86 and x64 bit versions).

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 Post subject: Re: BioHazard File Archive Tool
PostPosted: Tue May 20, 2014 2:32 am 
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Hey, good it's still alive. I downloaded the source code quite some time ago and learned a couple things.
I couldn't make it work with wine, probably I'm missing libraries. No more source sharing, though? http://biofat.sourceforge.net/


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 Post subject: Re: BioHazard File Archive Tool
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Hi mark,good program you have :-) i just want to know,does it support resident evil 1,2,3 pc version??or this is just console only?

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 Post subject: Re: BioHazard File Archive Tool
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Hi, does somehave still have the Fear Effect WAD extractor version from that tool or knows how to contact Mark Grass ? He disappeared !


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 Post subject: Re: BioHazard File Archive Tool
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Try this one.

Mark posted just last month on the-horror.com regarding his archive tool
http://www.the-horror.com/forums/showth ... post275118


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 Post subject: Re: BioHazard File Archive Tool
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Does anyone have the RE:Dead Aim supported version of this software?
Can't get it anywhere!


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 Post subject: Re: BioHazard File Archive Tool
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Guess this is a good place to ask...
Anyone know of the version of this tool that supports the Archives from Megaman X5/X6's DAT files?
If the OP's post is anything to go by, it seems there was a program/script/whatever that was able to handle those.
(For the record, apparently the formats for those DAT files are similar to the game Shrek 2, for the PS2? small world...though apparently the script for that game doesn't extract anything useful.)


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 Post subject: Re: BioHazard File Archive Tool
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Is my previous post invisible or do people just give up after looking at the first post? :eek:

lets try it again
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 Post subject: Re: BioHazard File Archive Tool
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Interesting problem with opening the EXE, apparently I get this error:
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Hrm, no idea what this means. I did try to get a DLL called that elsewhere, that didn't work out for me too well.
EDIT: Feel like it's worth noting that I'm running Windows 10


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 Post subject: Re: BioHazard File Archive Tool
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I don't know anything about Windows 10 or if it will even work on that OS, but i use the sdl.dll from the Blender 2.49 zip to make it run.


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 Post subject: Re: BioHazard File Archive Tool
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I need something to extract FHM file. I already download biofat.exe, but there's no FHM on selection. Is that file no longer supported? Please help


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 Post subject: Re: BioHazard File Archive Tool
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AceWell wrote:
Try this one.

Mark posted just last month on the-horror.com regarding his archive tool
http://www.the-horror.com/forums/showth ... post275118


DAS - Extract (Stage) for Resident Evil 4/Biohazard 4 doesn't work in this version. Is there any other version of BioFAT that does work with those files?



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