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EverDrive 64 / Re: Everdrive x7 + Region Mod
« on: February 27, 2020, 07:09 PM »
Hi, I have a problem with my Otaku’s-Store N64 Region-Free Mod v2 and my Everdrive 64 v2. Every time I’m trying to load Mario Kart 64, Goldeneye or Donkey Kong 64, I’ll get the „Error 0XE1”. If I run the self test, I’ll get an „Error 01” on „EEP” and it hangs up on „SD1”. My Everdrive 64 has a UltraCIC II locked to PAL. All original NTSC and PAL games I have, work fine and without a problem. The problems with the Everdrive 64 doesn’t appear on an unmodified N64.

Would be great if someone could help me  ;D

Greetings

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Cx4 is also built-in as of v0.1.7pre1 :) The cx4.bin file only contains some non-copyrightable math lookup tables so it was embedded into the FPGA configuration.

Thank you for pointing that out ikari  :)

Greetings and happy new year  :)

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EverDrive 64 / Re: New Banjo-Kazooie mod - Gruntilda's Mask
« on: December 23, 2019, 06:43 PM »
This is really cool, I love it to play Banjo hacks! Banjo-Kazooie is my favourite N64 game. Got it on Christmas 1998 and played it a lot with my dad. Good times!

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Hi, I have a non Pro too. The Pro and non Pro uses the same bios files.

From SD2SNES.de:

“The headerless BS-X BIOS is required for running BS games. Rename it as ‘bsxbios.bin’ and put it in the sd2snes directory.
For DSPx / ST0010 support you need the DSP ROM dumps:

dsp1.bin
dsp1b.bin
dsp2.bin
dsp3.bin
dsp4.bin
st0010.bin”

You also need the Cx4.bin for some Mega Man Games. SuperFX (GSU) and SA-1 are build into the Firmware.

Edit: S-DD1 is also build in.

Greetings

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Brand new ED64 X7 arrived from Stone Age Gamer yesterday. It worked great for about 30 - 60 minutes. I hit the reset button on the N64, then I got this error.

ERROR:14 “Unsupported OS version. OS update required”

Every time I start up, I get that same error. I can’t find any info on that specific error. (I was playing an NES game, when I hit reset, if that matters.)

Any info would be very much appreciated.

I tried:
-2 different SD cards (the first one works fine in Everdrive GBA X5)
-reformatted both cards
-downloaded the OS package again - http://krikzz.com/pub/support/everdrive-64/x-series/OS/
-removed and replaced the Everdrive into the N64 several times
-used other carts in the N64 with no problems (original Nintendo controller)

Hi there, if nothing helps, you should try to contact the Krikzz or the SAG support for help. SAG is an official dealer from Krikzz, so there should no problems, if it is a faulty unit.

Greetings

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Off Topic / Re: What are you playing,
« on: August 08, 2019, 08:29 PM »
Super Luigi Land on SNES
Yooka Laylee on PS4

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Off Topic / Re: Need help stacking original SNES roms
« on: August 07, 2019, 07:45 PM »
Hi, got it working  :) It took a little longer, to figure out how to wire the 74LS00, but it works now.

Greetings

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Off Topic / Need help stacking original SNES roms
« on: August 06, 2019, 06:45 PM »
Hi, last year I bought a defective Ninja Warriors. After opening the shell, I’ve seen that the pcb was broken. So I bought Barkley Shut Up And Jam and switched the pcb’s. Ninja Warriors worked again but now I have the Barkley roms laying around.

My idea now is, stacking the two Barkley roms on a single Maskrom pcb. I know that there must be a 74LS00 somewhere between the roms, but I don’t know where.

I know that Barkley isn’t the best game, but I have some SVHC-1A0N boards that I don’t need anymore.

Can somebody help me on getting this game working?

Thanks in advance

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FXPAK (SD2SNES) / Re: Poor video quaility SD2SNES Pro
« on: June 24, 2019, 08:30 PM »
Well some good news... its not the cart!

I was able to pull out my Super Famicom to test and it works fine... So the question is what is causing the issue on my NA SNES.

I tested all the capacitance of every cap and they are all fine. I can replace them all but I would rather not since I don't have SMD style Caps on hand for this if its a one off I don't mind redoing it.

Does anyone know what Cap maybe causing the issue? It appears to only happen on some types of graphics so I would assume its power not reaching the SD2SNES for one of its chips to display things correctly.

ideas?

Hi, have you already tried the “SD2SNES diagnostic firmware” or the “SNES Burn In / Test Rev.D Rom”?

Edit: On an NTSC SNES, you should always run NTSC Roms! PAL Roms can course such problems. If your SNES is modded, it should run all regions games without problems.

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EverDrive 64 / Re: 40 Winks Rom?
« on: March 12, 2019, 11:55 PM »
Ah, i may just stick with the Prototype then if its the full game..
I've been giving it a go and the only big downside is audio issues, seems to be really low volume
been trying to fix it up in Retroarch but i can't seem to.

Hi, I don’t know exactly anymore, but look in the Options. I have the Prototype on Cartridge, and you have to set the volume manually higher. I think the volume is set to the lowest.

Greetings

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FXPAK (SD2SNES) / Re: Firmware v1.10.0 is out
« on: March 02, 2019, 01:18 PM »
The same problem as v20 os for n8,for some its working,for others not.
Strange,verry strange.
I just copied full sd2snes 1.10.1 on my sdcard as also all the other files,still error 09.
I give up,something is wrong,all other games are working,its just that bsx is not working.

you use the firmware latest 1.10.1 on your old sd2snes ?

I’m using the 1.10.1 on my Rev. H without problems.

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Hi guys, I’m using an 1A iPhone power socket on my Super NT with an SD2SNES and one 8BitDo Retro Receiver without any problems.

Greets

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EverDrive 64 / Re: Error 0xF0 (NOT SOLVED)
« on: January 07, 2019, 11:38 PM »
Hi, the best tool I know, to format SD Cards and external hard drives, is “h2format”. Try this one and maybe you’re lucky. This tool always worked for me. Another tool to try out is the “HP USB Disk Storage Format Tool”.

Good luck!

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EverDrive 64 / Re: Frequency not accepted into everdrive menu
« on: October 28, 2018, 10:35 AM »
Hi, I’ll try to take some pictures of my N64 later today. My N64 is a france PAL console with the SMD mod and an official Nintendo SNES RGB cable. I don’t know if the mod will work on other N64 console.

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EverDrive 64 / Re: Frequency not accepted into everdrive menu
« on: October 25, 2018, 08:23 PM »
Hey, I had the same problems. There are two solutions for the problem. 1. Lower the ED64 menu resolution in the options. 2. Mod your RGB N64 to output CSYNC.

I’ve done the second one. With the CSYNC mod done, you’ll get a better image, the check board pattern and the menu jumping/flashing is gone.

Greetings

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