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X68000 Software / X68k games for sale
« Last post by k.h. on August 22, 2017, 11:05:24 pm »
For sale from Germany. All games played flawlessly on my 2 machines . Paypal only .

Dragon Spirit : 80 Euro
Genocide : 60 Euro
Granada : 60 Euro
Image Fight : 100 Euro
Knight Arms : 60 Euro
Naious : 80 Euro
Pac Mania : 50 Euro
Sol Feace : 60 Euro
Pac Land : 40 Euro
Atomic Robo Kid : 100 Euro
Star Wars : 70 Euro
Tetris : 40 Euro
Thunder Blade : 60
Xenon 2 - 30 Euro ( Paper was cut to fit in a box ... )
SIG X68000 / Re: Different Khz modes?
« Last post by Nicky Biscuit on August 22, 2017, 05:23:11 pm »

Any idea if the NEC AccuSync LCD 71VM is the same as the NEC AccuSync LCD 71v ? I couldn't find anything stats wise to compare the two.

Many thanks in advance.

SIG X68000 / Re: Different Khz modes?
« Last post by SuperDeadite on August 22, 2017, 09:24:20 am »
Don't be stupid.  If you spent the money for an X68K setup, just get yourself a proper multi-sync monitor or an XPC-4.  You will be much happier and you won't kill anything.  The NEC AccuSync LCD 71v will happily work with all 3 (15/24/31khz) video modes and they are usually very cheap.  Of course they have the usual pixel cut-off issue, but hard to argue with the price as a starter monitor.
Console Mods / Re: MEGA CD/SEGA CD SRAM Cartridge: Make your own
« Last post by juanmiglesias on August 22, 2017, 04:26:15 am »
HI there, long time, are the schematics and board still available somewhere else? I can host them if you still have them.
SIG X68000 / Re: Different Khz modes?
« Last post by Elrinth on August 21, 2017, 10:04:12 pm »
I remember when trying to install slackware on my old computer with some old 14" computer monitor. It asked about screen settings in installation and I didn't really know what I was doing and I thought I could just continue. Turns out I fried something inside the monitor in the installation.

Nice set btw.

I think someone made a adapter which can switch between 2-button and 6-button. You need such a switch, because normal 2-button games will not work for me with the 6-button adapter.
I figured out what the problem was! I had my cf reader set to look for 16 partitions or so even though I'm currently only running one. This was causing my program to load unbearably slowwww... I'm pretty stoked now to say the least! Thanks guys!
Thanks for the tip, I was able to change my setting in SX Windows.. Now I have a new problem

I Used WinImage to copy a disk imag I found to my cf drive and voila it worked! So I went ahead and followed a great guide to make my own image, and I tested ti with XM6 emulator and copied it on my CF drive via WinImage. Unfortunately it won't boot. I even tried to put the image that did work back on the CF and it won't boot either.. Is there a special process to formatting before restoring a new image on the CF?

SX Windows has it's own control panel like GUI for changing switch settings.  Been a long time since I've used it, but iirc you have to right click on one of the icons and select it.  Just keep trying and you'll find it.  You can also load up a command prompt window in SX and run normal switch.x through that as well.

For creating a SASI image, the best plan is to format and setup partitions on your real system first.   Then copy the files you want from the NFG image into yours.
So if I had to I could just create a custom image that has human68k and restore that to my drive?
SIG X68000 / Re: Question About accessing switch.x from sxwindows and cf card question
« Last post by mez on August 19, 2017, 07:03:42 am »
regarding the CF question :
Yes SASI is limited to 40Mo partition
To use an HDD image you need to restore it on your CF, with WinImage for example
If you are talking about the HDD image (V4 for example) you can't use it on SASI disk because it's more than 40 Mo

If you need the human68k OS disk i can send one, just PM

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