Started by Koishi, April 03, 2016, 09:49:27 AM
Quote from: Koishi on April 03, 2016, 09:49:27 AMDoes anyone have the ROM? It'd be nice.
Quote from: gabby32 on April 04, 2016, 12:57:55 AMQuote from: Koishi on April 03, 2016, 09:49:27 AMDoes anyone have the ROM? It'd be nice.Price of this disc comes to 1 million yen . You sponsor a purchases?A complete set, recorded at home cd-rom blanks and five pieces of paper .
Quote from: Koishi on April 04, 2016, 08:10:22 AMWhat did the menu look like?And I know about the PMD tools, but how do I get them on an emulator?
Quote from: Koishi on April 04, 2016, 11:05:17 AMI actually wanted the DOS stuff in there, I just wanted all games except for Touhou deleted. But it doesn't matter.
Quote from: Satorinen on April 29, 2016, 03:27:14 PM-SkyeWelseThanks for the information! In fact I have been having troubles trying to downsize the HDD, since I haven't got a computer with 2.5in IDE port to actually mount the HDD and play around with MHDD or HDAT2.And, what's more, during the process I accidentally broke my computer's SSD with Windows in it. I think I should deal with that before I start messing with this PC-98 HDD again, so it might be a long time before I can post my experience here
Quote from: 98digger on April 30, 2016, 01:42:48 PMSatorinen, were you running Windows 10 off the SSD? I have discovered the hard way that on 64-bit Windows 10, even if you assign the correct drive letter, Win32DiskImager overrides the C drive. I don't know if this had something to do with my setup in particular, but now that you appear to be having the same problem, I wonder if it's some sort of bug within Windows 10. I previously had no problems running it on Windows 7.Nowadays, I do all my disk imaging on Lubuntu/Linux OS', which are much safer to use for that type of stuff than Windows. Linux actually supports the PC-98 filesystem, so you can drag and drop files onto a PC-98 HDD/CF Card easily as an added bonus. I'd strongly recommend using a Linux live CD next time you work with PC-98 disk images; GNOME Disks and GParted are all you need to read and write disk images on Linux.