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  1. Teknoparrot Loader (v1.69) | Arcade PC

    Test mode > FREE PLAY ....
  2. Teknoparrot Loader (v1.69) | Arcade PC

    It appears to be not the classic Konami PC based but actually a custom Hybrid with a Type X board... Here some info from Arcadeotaku.com... I've managed to get hold of a box with a PC-looking content and some IO-boards. Infact, GTI Club Supermini Festa runs on a Type X. The specs I've got here are sa follows:Core 2 Duo CPU @ 2.13 GHzRadeon HD 2600 XT PCIe video-card2 MB DDR2 5300U RAM80GB 7200rpm SATA HDD (standard IDE connector isn't even soldered onto the mainboard)Onboard: audio, video, network..There are four (4) com ports on the board which of at least two (com1 & com2) need to be active.The custom hardware consists mainly of two smaller IO-boards. #1 - The Konami "Cosmos" handles analog inputs and also controls the motor output for the steeringwheel feedback, #2 - the Konami "Alard" which handles all switches/buttons, lamps and some kind of woofer function for the seat. Alard also holds the dongle, which is a short tube-like thing that connects to this board via a 5-pin DIN type connector."Cosmos" is powered with DC 24 Volts, it seems it has a 24-5 V regulator circuit onboard for the logic to communicate with Type X via com1."Alard" is fed only DC 12V (in two places), there is also 5V input but it's not forwarded to any circuits so you needn't bother connecting the wire. 12V goes on two connectors on this board, there are two separate 12V circuits, probably one is for the button-lamps, and the other is for something that seems like audio amplification. However there are no heatsinks on the board, only this tiny little SMD IC "M61571BFP" which infact is a 10W 8 Ohm 2 channel amplifier. (Personally I'm shocked by its small size).Then there is also this small addon card that mounts into one of the slot openings of Type X, and connects to com2 inside the box on the mainboard. This has a reset button, a power-ON button, power & HDD LEDs, and a com port (com #2). This is how "Alard" 'talks' with Type X. ("Cosmos" uses com#1) PS. Weird...
  3. MAME & clones 0.201

    Edgeemu.net . all clean and working roms... very stable website!
  4. [Arcade PC] Nostalgia (Konami eAMUSEMENT)

    @7zxkv I thought it was hardcore like Keyboardmania but actually, it seems to be quite more affordable the gameplay, is it worth a try without a proper master keyboard?
  5. Here there's a sample of the test for Thayer's Quest...
  6. Nope, I did only some tests to see how much I can push the picture and it seems pretty good actually, luckily the source it's coming from the DVD version... also this title it's on the list of things to do...
  7. Hayate it's done but i have to figure out first how to fix a little issue that takes the footage to proceed in a specific scene also if you miss the input... kinda sucks cause the remaster it's all finished and ready... Bega's battle instead it's on the list but I didn't start yet... it will take some time... my job keeps me so damn busy... just be patient, as soon as something it's ready i will post it, keep in touch!
  8. Dooode, did you ever heard the words "girlfriend" and "Prozac"? ...still not sure if it would work in your case but you should really try that magic combo... they say it does miracles... PS. ...if you download Grammarly maybe the people will have less problem to understand your rants, it's free by the way!
  9. ...touche! I definitely enjoy the drama when karma shows up through the words of some Chevalier, you couldn't explain better the concept... Fire10 you made my day, thanx!!
  10. [Emu W.I.P ] Redream emulateur Dreamcast HD/4K

    First of all... i'm not associated with the dev team so I'm not writing this to take necessarily their side... It's called common sense... when someone gives you for free a cutting edge product made by an impressive amount of work and is honestly asking just for a modest support from those who really understand what it means working hard (and from a programmer perspective it means night and day), that's exactly the situation where everyone should think instead of complaining, in the last decade the whole video games industry got screw by a scam business model imposed by Apple called "free to play" which helped THEM to become the first trillion dollars company in this field, the repercussions are devastating since first project indie developers are struggling to survive by now because as a result the new generations are growing with the idea that gaming is a free thing when actually it's just an illusion, in the last years teams are literally dying after releasing their very first project because people are adopting a parasitic mindset against every kind of logic just to fulfill a greedy desire to collect anything they came across, ask yourself one simple question, "can I live without eating?"... the answer it's ridiculously obvious of course, so there's nothing wrong in asking 5 miserable bucks after providing for free the fruits of your efforts, it's called motivation, the whole debate it's just pointless and shows how sadly the people has stopped using common sense when it's time to pay back some peanuts to those who are clearly investing time and money in something that we all agree to be a neat work driven by passion... to summarize what i've just said, be more informed about how this field works because the future it's not gonna be bright nor better if we stop to support developers, I agree with freedom of speech and thank god on Emuline there's plenty of room for that but your point sounds more like a childish rant, my suggestion is read more, think twice and talk half... peace!
  11. [Emu W.I.P ] Redream emulateur Dreamcast HD/4K

    As soon as I update my database i will upload another pack, the emu is evolving at the speed of light, neat neat work from the devs, hats off!! PS. ...and thanx to you too for letting me know about the existence of redream... it's getting more and more difficult for me to stay always updated, thank god there's emuline and people like you! PPS. We should seriously make a petition to the dev team asking to implement naomi and atomiswave... Redream can really do magic also with low spec computers and looking how much resources needs demul to run decently there's really no comparison between those two...
  12. [Emu W.I.P ] Redream emulateur Dreamcast HD/4K

    @ginzu Hey Ginzu, since the quality of the covers that the emu automatically downloads are kinda cheap here's a link to the first pack of covers i restored, ready to go, the zip is comprehensive of all the most iconic titles, hope it's useful!! [Hidden Content] !HtzYBxwiELYLmtNYoyB7AxRkvGARh43NZtruEhutyIo
  13. Teknoparrot Loader (v1.69) | Arcade PC

    merci Wolf ... vous êtes trop gentil, c'est krystal clair !! Je pense que je me suis perdu récemment parmi une tonne de choses ... vraiment apprécié, encore merci beaucoup !!
  14. Teknoparrot Loader (v1.69) | Arcade PC

    @WildWolf Bro, where is it stored my banapass id? plus... it seems the game doesn't save my progress, I can open the ic card but after watching the video you posted I noticed that the user window doesn't appear... please help! PS. so I guess the ic card is not working properly...
  15. Teknoparrot Loader (v1.69) | Arcade PC

    it's not broken, it's just not implemented yet... (actually I'm not even sure it will be fixed, I thought the game would raise more interest in the community but it seems not many fellas here are really into it... judging from the posts... let's see...)
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