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News / Re: EDN8 OS v20-BETA. Large update incoming
« on: May 13, 2018, 02:36 AM »
This update is amazing.  Just from some quick testing I tried there are a few sprite corruptions on loading a state on mapper 119.  (not 100% of the time)   Still a fantastic change to having no save states though :D  Thanks bud! 

Should clarify this happens with: 
  1) Everdrive N8 (US version)
  2) NES-001
  3) Practice Rom for Mega Man 4 by Myria (The rom works with no sprite corruption on PowerPak so I'd guess its something with the Vram on this new update?)

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EverDrive N8 / Re: Saved states for mapper 119
« on: February 07, 2018, 05:16 AM »
Just wanting to give this question a bump.  I know Powerpak has access to 119.  I am curious what it would take to implement!

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EverDrive N8 / Re: Cant save games
« on: January 29, 2018, 03:44 AM »
This is due to you trying to use it on a Retron.  I also started with a Retron2 before getting my NES console and it is not compatible for save states.   Games ran fine for me though.

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FXPAK (SD2SNES) / Re: Question about power draw of the SD2SNES
« on: November 24, 2017, 03:26 AM »
Ya the caps is a good idea if a new supply doesnt work.  Still waiting for it to arrive.  Good to know that there isnt a lot of difference between 9 and 10 though.  Current draw I'm not certain of since I didnt take the AC adaptor apart.  It's a SNS-001 model snes.  Hopefully Ill get to mess around with it a bit more this weekend.

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FXPAK (SD2SNES) / Question about power draw of the SD2SNES
« on: November 23, 2017, 01:52 AM »
Hey!  I picked up a snes and a SD2SNES about a year ago now.  I haven't used it very much recently but now when I go to power it on there is a massive voltage drop on my Power Supply and it can't provide enough to run the everdrive.  I tries desperately to load the menu up but is constantly flickering.  If I put in other SNES carts I have no issues.  (Sadly the PS that was sold to me was a third party at 9V)  I guess I am wondering.  Since this PS was working for me up until recently should I be concerned my SD2SNES is damaged?  Or is there something I can do myself to look into why its drawing so much current?  I am hoping its a Power Supply issue and that if I can find a proper 10V supply my issues will be solved.  When I turn on the console with the SD2SNES in the voltage drops to 7V which can't be enough to run the SNES.


Just curious if anyone else has any tips while I wait for my nes Power Supply to arrive. 

As a note:  The console and cart worked fine for the first 6 months.  I just didn't use it for about 3 and tried again and am now having this issue.

Thanks!

Chelney

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