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General Discussion / Re: Works on Wii U
« on: 27/Jul/2017 12:28:39 AM »
Thank you.

General Discussion / Re: Finally: New Plugins in stock
« on: 17/Dec/2016 10:08:39 PM »
When are the NES, GameGear, and Atari plugins coming?

Support / Re: Super 3d Noah's Ark
« on: 20/Jul/2016 06:26:17 PM »
Pass through cartridges will not work in the Retrode as the system only reads the first device.

General Discussion / Re: New firmware beta: v0.19 beta
« on: 11/May/2016 08:07:21 PM »
Thanks Wannado for the upkeep.

Can I update directly from 18c or do I have to install each update in secession?

Support / Re: Game Boy plugin not working at all
« on: 29/Apr/2016 04:15:59 PM »
I have a guide for cleaning cartridges around here somewhere.
As far as cleaning the Retrode it's self a small piece of cardboard injected into the slot should suffice.
Although a better practice would be to always clean your games before they are used with Retrode or plugins. 

Support / Re: Retrode 2 - not able to dump files
« on: 07/Feb/2016 11:15:59 PM »
Alternatively you may refer to my cleaning guide found in my signature.

General Discussion / Re: Incompatibility List?
« on: 26/Apr/2015 09:15:17 PM »
I think this is what you are looking for.
Retrode Spreadsheet

Great news!

Off-Topic / Re: GLideN64 Funding Support
« on: 06/Sep/2014 09:46:50 PM »
Funded at the 8k goal!

Off-Topic / Re: GLideN64 Funding Support
« on: 27/Aug/2014 11:46:30 PM »
The campaign is now 92% funded! $5,500

Off-Topic / Re: GLideN64 Funding Support
« on: 23/Aug/2014 05:08:53 AM »
The project is now 74% funded!

Off-Topic / Re: GLideN64 Funding Support
« on: 16/Aug/2014 02:06:16 AM »
Please relay this information (with link to original site) to any emulation site.

Most Game Boy games are 32kb in size.
What game are you testing?
Is it a clean cartridge?

General Discussion / Tutorial: How to clean your GBA carts.
« on: 14/Aug/2014 12:58:27 AM »
Let’s clean those old video games!

You will need the following items:

1. a game cartridge to clean. I chose to use a Game Boy Advanced but any old cartridge will work.
2. A video game cleaning solution.
3. A non-aggressive cleaning device. I will be using a foam disk.
These disks can be found as packing devices placed into spindles of blank DVD’s

4. You will need a non-violent way of opening your cartridge.
Today I will use my Tri-wing driver.
5. You’ll also want to have a game system that is capable of reading your clean cartridge.

Open your cartridge as shown. Grab your Tri-wing driver and loosen the screw.
Once the screw is removed, you will need to slide the front and back; gently, up and down.
Squirt two drops of the solution onto a foam disk.

Step two: fold the disk in half over the contact points of the cartridge.

Step three: Wipe the contact points vigorously until they are a nice, shiny, golden surface.

Step four: Replace the chip into it’s cartridge after ensuring that it is dry.

Step five: Insert screw back into cartridge and tighten until it has been fastened.

Step six: Enjoy!

I have 3 or 4 of these packs. Never did understand how to use them.
I would be great if they do access the ROM.
Can anyone confirm that the method works without a 64Drive?

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