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General Discussion / Re: Feature suggestions
« on: 06/Feb/2017 12:23:13 AM »
I figured tampering with the filesystem would cause some problems. No worries though, "moving" the file in my experience just copies it, since it's on an external drive.

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General Discussion / Re: Feature suggestions
« on: 28/Jan/2017 07:20:41 AM »
Would it be feasible to disable the locking of the ROM file? I know you can't write to it through the Retrode, but it's a pain to have to unlock every ROM I dump, as OpenEmu can't move locked files.

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Support / Can't change default SRAM extension for Gameboy
« on: 21/Apr/2016 09:34:46 PM »
I want to have the Save extension be .sav because it's more universal, however, it doesn't work for Gameboy, which is the plugin I use the most. I am unsure whether or not it has the same behaviour for any other plugins, though I am sure that it does work for SNES and Genesis. Is this a bug in the Retrode firmware?

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Support / Re: F-Zero Breaking Firmware
« on: 21/Apr/2015 08:21:24 PM »
No, I'm talking about the game shell. When I put the bare board in the Retrode, it works fine. But with any cartridge shell on, it doesn't mount.

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Support / Re: F-Zero Breaking Firmware
« on: 21/Apr/2015 09:29:14 AM »
It seemed to not work at all, so I had to reflash the firmware in Terminal (may have been overkill).
I just put it in again without the case on, and it worked for the first time out of about 10 tries. I put the case on, and it didn't work. I tried many times with and without the case, and it seems that the case is preventing it from reading somehow. I even tried it with another game case on, and it still didn't work. But it worked consistently without any case, even the SRAM. I'm totally clueless now.

Edit: Also, it seems on par with Google Images results, the other game, and this thread for being an official cartridge. I'm not sure why anyone would want to bootleg F-Zero anyway.

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Support / F-Zero Breaking Firmware
« on: 20/Apr/2015 12:50:00 AM »
I recently got a Retrode, and dumped all my games and saves. The only game that didn't work that should have was F-Zero. When I put it in, the ROM and SRAM don't show up, and when I put a different SNES game in, it doesn't show up. In addition, the OS X tool no longer works afterwards, so I have to reflash the firmware manually in terminal. I have cleaned the cartridge with Q-Tips and alcohol, but it still doesn't work. Any ideas?

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