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[Arcade PC] Fast And The Furious Drift (Raw Thrills)

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Il y a 3 heures, 68hc11 a dit :
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See page 40 of 41, note the JAMMA interface board.  IF you want analog inputs I think the interface board is a must.

 

I got all the boards installed in the cabinet and i also got the hasp and all. But i would like to get rid of the hardware restrictions on the game.

Unfortunately only connecting the DRIVE BD board to the lpt port on the computer and the JAMMA usb board does nothing apart the fact that the jamma is recognised in windows xp as a JAMMAUSB device.

So any ideas ? And thanks for the the help

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Yes we all would love to get rid of the hardware restriction (I myself would like to be able to port normal analog inputs into the game exe and use it with my game cabinet).

 

It sounds to me that the software you are running is not using the JAMMAUSB device?  (only keyboard?)  I wonder if a .dll is missing or maybe a setting is turned off to ignore the JAMMA USB?

 

I found this for NASCAR, but no idea if it is complete or compatible.... 

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Please keep us posted.  I assume that some day a USB wizard will be able to re-map these inputs from the original hardware with something like UCR

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Guys,

 

Does anyone have the sdaemon.exe hasp patched, but without the I/O board checked not being "NOP" out?? I need to fix a customer board who has no dongle, but is running the original cabinet. As it stands the sdaemon.exe is patched to skip the I/O check, looks like the guy who patched put 6 0x90 (NOP) commands, I assume it was a call to a Sub function.

 

 

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4 hours ago, AndyGeezer said:

Does anyone have the sdaemon.exe hasp patched, but without the I/O board checked not being "NOP" out?? I need to fix a customer board who has no dongle, but is running the original cabinet. As it stands the sdaemon.exe is patched to skip the I/O check, looks like the guy who patched put 6 0x90 (NOP) commands, I assume it was a call to a Sub function.

 

Try Mohkerz on Discord. As discussed earlier in the thread, we are NOT and will never be doing any commercial transactions, so please remove all offers or mention of money please. This is a project of passionate dedicated people who love games only.

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