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  1. Kazit

    Your inbox is full i need to pm you!

  2. don't know, I don't think I've ever used the WHDLoad version of syndicate. The save problem might be something to do with the format of the hard drive? Directory caching or something maybe? *shrugs*
  3. Cruise for a corpse seems to be cracked ok if you run it from the startup menu, but not from workbench, just press OK at each screen. Robocop 3 works for me both from the startup menu and from Workbench, I typed "000" as the code.
  4. Yeah, try quitting the game properly after you save. IIRC to do that you have to move the pointer to the top left corner of the screen and click and/or press Esc or shift/esc. something like that, anyway.
  5. Treble, did you rename your hard drive? If it was called "Amiga" and you changed it to something else, that would break the assign. And some games don't run properly from workbench, so they're installed, but you launch them from the startup menu (hold the left mouse button when the amiga is booting) rather than the Workbench gui.
  6. Might be worth bearing in mind that a lot of PAL N64 games are optimised to run full-screen. Given that most N64 games are hideously blurry at the best of times, I don't think I'd like to see how blurry they'd be with the lower resolution of NTSC. Mind you, this is countered by the option of RGB modding an NTSC system. Mmm, dilemma.
  7. Hi Glimmer. The pic at the start of the thread is what I found. I was told that the Xbox (never opened before - with security seals intact) had been given to someone else for modding, who then returned it several weeks later saying that it couldn't be modded, and that nothing whatsoever had been done to the Xbox. As soon as I opened it up (security seals were broken when I received it) I could see that wasn't true. No idea. Just looks like a botched mod attempt to me. I've never seen a brand new retail Xbox shipped in such a condition, so someone else must have damaged the traces on the board. Nope. Those are PSU problems.
  8. A replacement control panel with an LCD screen fitted? www.baldbouncer.co.uk sells them. You'll need an X3 chip to use the screen though. Yeah, that'll be a v1.6.
  9. The bottom of the board is far worse than that. The underside D0 point and the pad beside it have both been pulled off the board, and two of the pin header connections have been damaged as well. The black stuff has been used as some sort of "glue", and caused no end of problems for me.
  10. Well, to be fair, this is a thread of people yarring the ROM. I doubt many people here will have any qualms about yarring the Saturn ISO instead, and just using a swaptrick to play it on the real thing.
  11. Maybe it's only running at 50Hz instead of 60? It would explain the massive border.
  12. Thank God for that. I've just spent 5 mins trying to decide if it was worth the risk of dragging the topic OT to sort that out. I've seen it a lot recently, and it really bugs me.
  13. Tsk, feeling lazy today, Sean? http://hol.abime.net/3209
  14. I just said they had better resources now - better financial backing and incentive, better/more equipment, they have the ability to manufacture fairly complex modboards now etc. I didn't say they were cleverer. It's a moot point. If nobody can agree on what the phrase "more secure" means in the first place then it's a pointless discussion anyway. And Happy Christmas to you too!
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