First off, I'm not sure if this belongs here, as it's a technical thread.
All right, so already the title of the thread may put some hardcore Sega fans up in arms. But, if you've been following my thread where I tried to Genesis 3 working with Virtua Racing, you'll know that the Genesis 3 is dead. BUT, I have a clone system that I'm sacrificing to bring my Genesis 3 back to life(the Gen-X). Now, this may sound crazy, but I have already done some progress on the project(dubbed "Project Rebirth"). The NES board is gone(will probably make a stand-alone Famiclone or a portable NES out of it), and the power plug has been glued into the hole where the power supply's supposed to go into the Genesis 3. The power switch will need to be replaced, though, as it's an ON-OFF-ON switch. I, however, don't know how to wire an ON-OFF switch onto the Gen-X's motherboard(anyone know?). So far, I've completed this:
-Glued the power supply input plug to Genesis 3(hopefully, it won't break off from repeated insertion/removal of the power supply)
-Removed NES board from Gen-X
And this is what I have to do:
-Replace the Gen-X's power switch by an ON-OFF switch
-Relocate the Gen-X's Reset button
-Relocate the region switch
-Add an extension to the controller ports(will still be limited to Gen-X controllers)
I actually think it makes sense to ditch my dead VA2 Genesis 3 motherboard, and replace it with the Gen-X's motherboard, which works with Virtua Racing, and works to some extent with Master System(no inputs registered from D-pad, Two-Mega games display graphical garbage, Four-Mega games don't load) and 32X games(32X audio missing, 9-pin Mini-DIN missing).