> > > Old: chdman -update New: chdman copy -i -o > > > > I'm trying to update my hydro thunder chd: > > chdman copy -i hydro_old.chd -o hydro.chd > > > I will rather say: > chdman copy -i hydro.chd -o hydro_new.chd > > remove hydro.chd and rename hydro_new to hydro.chd
Why? The filename shouldn't make any difference. It should work just as well if renamed to yourmom.chd or whatever. I renamed it first instead of using -f which turned out to be a good idea since it didn't work. If I hadn't renamed the chd I would probably have lost it.