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Shop and Shipping / Re: Payment Method
« on: September 20, 2021, 07:36 AM »
I would like to buy Mega EverDrive PRO. Unfortunately, I don't have a Visa card. I have Paypal and Google pay. How can I order a module?

You can buy from other retailers, I think Stone Age Gamer accepts Paypal and Google Pay.
Another option is getting a virtual debit Visa/Mastercard.

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EverDrive 64 / Re: Typical Problem V2.5 ED64
« on: September 06, 2021, 08:51 PM »
What message appears at the screen?

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I think it's possible, Krikzz some time ago made a Battle City Megadrive port which had network play.
It would need hacked roms though.

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Thanks for the info.
How did you figure it out?

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FXPAK (SD2SNES) / Re: Issues with my FX Pak Pro
« on: August 19, 2021, 12:11 AM »
It could be that your console has broken chips or maybe some of the tracks leading to them are damaged.  :'(

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EverDrive GB / Re: GB Seems to be screwed since using X7
« on: June 10, 2021, 06:42 AM »
Perhaps the GB power supply blew up?

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However, I'm asking whether there is a "major" difference in how the "simulated" chips inside the FXPAK PRO behave which would have actual, noticeable differences on the screen as a result. Or in the physics of the game, for that matter, or whatever the chip was actually used for in the game.
There is not a major difference at this moment in how the games work on the FXPAK pro versus the original game. At least from the point of view of a human player.

Of course, it's possible and even probable that I'm missing something about how those chips work. If it really were that simple, I guess the Super EverDrive would just have a simple little "FPGA" or whatever they are called to simulate the chips, and not require a separate FXPAK PRO product in the first place?
FPGAs have varying capacities and cost $$$. So the Super Everdrive has a less capable FPGA which can run 95% of the SNES library at a reduced cost. The other 5% of games need the special chips which can be emulated by the more powerful FXPAK FPGA.

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Could you upload a picture?
I searched online and couldn't find clear back photos.
It seems to be a torx head screw.

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I guess it's there because many years ago the Everdrives were sold as a bare PCB product.

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Super EverDrive / Re: Super Everdrive V1.2
« on: May 30, 2021, 04:03 AM »
If you bought it from SAG then it's original.
Try getting "no-intro" roms.

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Is this an AMEX ad?  ::)

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Super EverDrive / Re: Super Everdrive V1.2
« on: May 28, 2021, 07:30 AM »
Try using a previous OS file.
I highly suspect that you have a pirate device.

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EverDrive GB / Re: Problems with new Everdrive GB x7
« on: May 28, 2021, 07:27 AM »
It seems like a power problem, try using the AC power adapter.
By the way not all screens work the same way or consume the same power.

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I suggest to just buy the most advanced cartridge at the time (if you have the money) and don't worry about future hardware upgrades. You can always sell your used Everdrive when a new upgraded hardware model is released and recoup some money.

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Thanks, surteesf1.
Those are great.  ;D

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