Type: Posts; User: TmEE
I actually saw such worm come out of a grasshopper once
I held the camera against the chair and put a finger on the flash when taking the shot. My camera has no manual settings at all and that is only way to get short exposure... if it did have any manual...
Thannes will be proud !
It is a kludge to fix some hardware problem on the particular unit. It is factory installed.
Thal luma signal is band-limited and needs extra processing to be usable. It takes less effort to tap the luma from the VDP itself, it will have highest quality when done like that.
That what I did is only because of the modulator setup the SC-3000 uses. It does not apply to any other game console.
What you need :
*one 2SC945 or equivalent transistor (optional).
On the modulator board...
That is an awesome find !
Push in RGB button, take a needle and start poking the holes and see if you get any brief colored lines on the image. Sync line is probably harder to find, as it won't...
The good old hysterical sound ! It can make things sound naiss
A friend said that older driver releases "wait" more between operations and such for more stability and less heat. Later driver incrementally lower them to give noticeable performance increments......
No wonder Duck Tales 2 that popped up locally once cost so much money...
You need something like Hiren's boot CD, then you'll run Mini XP on it and open command prompt and type this :
chkdsk C: /f /x
and hit enter.
This is usually enough to get a machine out of...
Sega-16 is my home on the internet, there's no better place <3
Totally agree with Kolission. That game gets pretty tough at the end, it took me a while to play through last two stages.
For JP games there's a need for BIOS replacement or bypass, as they have no header that western BIOSes look for. The adaptor needs to have a valid program for western BIOS that will in turn boot the...
SMS has exact same reasons for jailbars as MD does.
^ That is cool !
I would not call it a fix, diagonal lines are just as annoying as vertical ones...