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    Intel Dual Core Notebook T4300 / 2.1 Ghz / 4 GB Ram / Nvidia GT240M / Windows 7 [32 Bit] /
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  1. Teknoparrot Loader (v1.92) | Arcade PC

    Help is already under way in shape of a neat little tool named ResChange which lets you comfortably switch back and forth between your desired resolutions by freely definable hotkeys. Established since ages and never disappointed. Here you go! [Hidden Content]
  2. Teknoparrot Loader (v1.92) | Arcade PC

    Welcome to the sacred ground in "Layout Icon" Pooterman's unparalleled icon universe, where I can imagine that only your imaginary (but well deserved) trophy cup - received for unique collage design - would still shine a little brighter than those highly polished Harley Davidson model's wheel rims, its classy V-Motor and the curvy chassis! With such a fantastic job done by at least one very talented hand of yours (which then again was led by your artful mind), even the actually not less impressive Rambo artwork shows that Mr. "One Man Army" is looking at the "King Of The Road" with envious eyes, ain't he? Well, howsoever the answer on that question would turn out, I personally classify your picturesque work in both cases with 11(!) out of 10 points. Which is a rating that permits only one final decision: To salute you! :-)
  3. [Arcade PC] Chase Hq2 Decrypted And Playable (TTX)

    Yes, we can, @mark360! Since Nancy is fluent in both English and Japanese (great dubbing, by the way), it is completely up to your choice which of those two languages she'll make use of, while you chase the bad guys on her command. To do that, just open the chq2.ini to be found within your Chase HQ 2 folder and change the setting DEST_COUNTRY from value 2 (JP, V.2.06) to either 3 (US, V.2.05) or 0 (UK, V.2.08). And that's it.
  4. Teknoparrot Loader (v1.92) | Arcade PC

    At certain contemplative moments in time - or whilst watching tempting videos like the one above posted by @NoKey -, I'm thinking for how long I actually still wanna operate my now terribly outdated PC system (Hello 2009!). Although I wouldn't wish you to misunderstand me: Experiencing the marvel of grace which all of these outstanding Arcade games from the Taito Type X towards the RingEdge era still do provide to such an old machine like my Dual Core, it feels like the red carpet is getting rolled out for an established, but old, heavily greying star once more. And for the last time, that's sure as eggs is eggs. Before the next chapter in the history of Arcade emulation will be opened up then in front of my charmed eyes, a burning heart, and tightly gripping yet sensitively controlled hands. thereby following the lead of that lively guy in the video who splendidly shows off how much fun and excitement a close to the original Arcade Racing setup can bring to the passionate gamer. Well, if only I didn't deify my XBox 360 Controller so much, even when playing racing games, haha.
  5. Game Loader All Rh

    If you look at page 15 of this thread, you gonna find my settings for a perfectly working, mouse-operated Let's Go Island (not Let's Go Island 3D) in fullscreen, using Game Loader All RH version
  6. [Arcade PC] Elevator Action Death Parade (Taito Type X2)

    @emulor I think it would involve a Sisyphean task to investigate your Direct 3D Error problem (when Direct3D9 Wrapper is turned on), whilst my experience with it is the exact opposite. It sounds even more tricky to my ears, because our both PC setups don't seem so far apart that they would be irreconcilable. Or does an AMD main unit sets the pace on your PC's inside? Perhaps it is (also) the 64-Bit which your OS is providing? Death Parade's system environment is based on a 32-Bit Windows, one that I'm using, too. So if you have the time (and the muse), you could prepare a 32-Bit Windows 7 via a 2nd HDD or a USB-Stick (as a "third leg", so to say), boot it and see what it can do for you. Gameloader All RH and Death Parade mean an unlucky liaison to me. Because no matter how hard I try, my screen always switches to a compressed picture after one second of running with Game Loader ("No rotation" mode). However, when using JConfig alone, Death Parade keeps the aspect ratio during actual gameplay (which takes place in the middle of the screen with everything correctly visible, even if my height is only 768px). Therefore, I'm sorry that I can't help you at all with Gameloader All RH in this case. @eathearty1 I hope you get it worked out at the end of the day, too (*keeping my fingers crossed*). ...and while we are on the subject of "Elevator Action", does anyone know about a properly dumped Elevator Action Returns for Mame? Because the version that is floating around the web since ages now has two small letdowns: Letdown #1: The lights inside the respective building won't go out when shooting any of the fuse boxes Letdown #2: At the beginning of the 2nd level (Airport), when moving (into right direction), sometimes the scrolling doesn't work correctly (dropout) for a very short moment
  7. [Arcade PC] Elevator Action Death Parade (Taito Type X2)

    Here is what I did to get the slightly underrated Elevator Action Death Parade (I love it) working in Fullscreen with JConfig, playing with mouse on a 1366x768px monitor: 1) I unpacked the content of "Elevator Action Death Parade - ARCADE DUMP.rar" to the folder of my choice 2) Did the same with "EADP-jconfig.rar" (included with the dump), overwriting Game.exe as well 3) I configured JConfig as follows: Main settings: Further Settings: High Resolution: On Delay: On Reverse: Off Mouse Active: On Direct Sound Wrapper: On Create Thread for Joysticks: Off Sensitivity for DInput: 0 Direct3D9 Wrapper: On Joystick Type: DInput (Default) Mouse on Player2: Off DX Window Mode: Off POV Sends AxisXY: Off DX Hertz: 60 Individual Left Analog: Off Volume: 48 DX Resolution Width: 1366 Deadzone Sensivity: 0 DX Resolution Height: 768 Change Region: USA (Default) Window Position X: 0 Window Position Y: 0 Key & Buttons mapping: Only keyboard Save Patch: Off Window Width: 1366 Window Height: 768 4) Ready now for some proper (Elevator) action by clicking on Game.exe Note: I had to switch off the the "Save Patch" due to crashing problems (stuck loading in combination with a black screen right at the beginning). What still surprises me is that the game starts in Fullscreen on my PC by scratch; neither the infamous Direct 3D Error shows up, nor is there any need for the aforementioned Bugfix or another JConfig revision. At least it turns out to be true again that an Nvidia card doing its expected job doesn't hurt at all by any means. :-)
  8. Teknoparrot Loader (v1.92) | Arcade PC

    As far as I'm concerned, these are the best news since months that have entered the arena! Oh! My! God! Feels like the harbingers of an intense brain orgasm are on their way to my limbic system right now. Can't hold it back any longer. Windows 10, of course. So where art thou? Well, found you.
  9. Teknoparrot Loader (v1.92) | Arcade PC

    @linglang Well, let's hope your wishful thinking of navigating through Teknoparrot with your gamepad doesn't remain a pious hope and that the praised Teknogods will jump on this handy idea of yours rather sooner than later. However, the situation still being what it is at the moment, you could build yourself a workaround with Xpadder or JoyToKey, assigning your keyboard's Esc button along with the up n' down arrow keys, the tab key and the Enter button to selected ones on your controller which don't get in the way with any of your games' button layout itself.
  10. Teknoparrot Loader (v1.92) | Arcade PC

    @MrThunderwing My memories of SegaWorld London (during a school trip to England in 1996) are still so vivid and vibrant as if they had taken place not long time ago. Along with my 1-0 success (of which I think it will last forever and therefore is set in stone, haha) against a then friend of mine whilst playing Virtua Racing, being authentically pressed into its Deluxe seats. Indeed, it had been a wonderful (and lucrative) time for amusement arcades here in Germany, too, before the new millennium kicked in and all those centers were going down the drain slowly but steady. Your provided Harley Davidson & L.A. Riders material is thrilling enough to make my (Panther-) heart beat even more passionately! Honestly, I had added that game to my collection already, but the formidable Supermodel Emulator only runs Scud Race well enough on my old Dual Core Nvidia Laptop. Therefore, I save the L.A: Riders for a later moment in time. I totally agree with your longing for a working H2Overdrive dump, since those kind of racers receive all my love since Wave Race 64. So, when Raw Thrills' interpretation of rough n' speedy water sports will have reached the scene's surface one fine day - and from there straight to -, maybe we're lucky enough to see you, MrThunderwing, jumping at the opportunity to do another one of your adorable Insight videos then, which could topically reference the "Racing in Waterworld", on the occassion of a possible future release of the H2Overdrive dump. My vote for such a video special would be yours for sure! :-)
  11. Teknoparrot Loader (v1.92) | Arcade PC

    Hi there, my GTI-Club-Supermini-Festa Lifesaver! Do you remember the time? :-) I mostly agree with you and your opinion on that most exquisite Lindbergh title named Sega Race TV. With only personally adding Let's Go Jungle and Rambo to my highly subjective list, I could certainly die in peace in the distant future without any noticeable regrets about never having played any other stuff from the, objectively speaking, illustrious Lindbergh games library. But actually, that isn't entirely true, addmittedly. At least not before mentioning my personal holy grail of Lindbergh gaming, which, in fact, is Harley Davidson: King Of The Road, my most appreciated motorbike stunner since Manx TT, and the most valid reason why I'd be switching to Windows 10 at once, here today. How about you, MrThunderwing? Hard to imagine that you, as an Arcade racing enthusiast per se, wouldn't be absolutely eager on Sega's two-wheeler excellence as well. Am I right, or am I right? :-)
  12. Teknoparrot Loader (v1.92) | Arcade PC

    @dj_rtz & @GamingRob Here - on the salver, so to speak - you'll find everything for your Teknoparrot needs: [Hidden Content] ...with the friendly assistence of this thread's page 1. :-)
  13. Teknoparrot Loader (v1.92) | Arcade PC

    yeah, it is actually ParrotLoader.exe that needs to be minimzed. But the crucial question is how to achieve that, if TeknoParrotUi.exe always has to be started beforehand...
  14. Teknoparrot Loader (v1.92) | Arcade PC

    My fellow German countryman, Mr. Jannik Vogel, seems to be a highly interesting person, indeed. My gosh, what a hotshot! Check this out: [Hidden Content]
  15. Game Loader All Rh

    It is as easy as this: Just click on the tab Update Rate, then move to the field Update rate Mouse Cursor Hide, check Enable and leave a blank space within the box named ms. And so your mouse cursor will be hidden from now on whenever the game gets started. In terms of "HD", I've upscaled Operation Ghost's original resolution of 1024x600px to 1366x768px (which is my 16:9 monitor's fullscreen resolution) just by choosing Loader Mode 6, then heading over to tab Loader Settings 3 and doing the following stuff: Full Screen Resolution: 1366x768 Keep Aspect Ratio: On Force Aspect Ratio: 16:9 Especially noteworthy, by the way, is the Bicubic (PS 2.0) Expansion Filter, since its realised interpolation allows connoisseurs to smack their lips appreciatively.