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  1. Update: I tried using a different disk imager, and I tried using an older release of the community stella build. Still the same freezing issues no matter what I did. So I flashed the OEM Hyperkin official disk image it came stock with and that works fine. So it's not likely the console.. perhaps there's a step I'm missing somewhere, but I followed directions to a T, wrote the new disk image to the sd card. Added a folder called "games" and dropped my .a26 rom files in. Safely ejected the sd card from the computer, inserted it into the Retron 77, power Retron on.. what am I doing wrong? Are there other files I'm supposed to be copying onto the SD card?
  2. SOS! I just flashed the latest community build to my Retron 77 SD card. (https://github.com/DirtyHairy/r77-firmware-ng/releases/tag/stella-6.5.3 this is where I downloaded the sdcard.img) I used Etcher for Windows 10 to flash the SD card image to the SD card. Popped it in, fired up the Retron and played Mario Bros. just fine for a couple of minutes, then hit fry to go back to the Stella menu. Loaded up Keystone Kapers and within seconds the game froze. Waited, nothing. Hit reset, nothing. Fry, nothing. Turned off and back on, same result. It is now doing this with every game I try and sometimes freezing in the menu as well.. I have 116 roms loaded in the the games folder, all are .a26 files. I did not mess with any Stella menu settings whatsoever.. I did read that some snapshot setting can cause a memory leak, but again, I did not change any settings at all. One last bit of info, the same thing happens when I insert a cartridge, it also freezes the console just like playing from the sd card. Any help would be appreciated.
  3. SOS! I just flashed the latest community build to my Retron 77 SD card. (https://github.com/DirtyHairy/r77-firmware-ng/releases/tag/stella-6.5.3 this is where I downloaded the sdcard.img) I used Etcher for Windows 10 to flash the SD card image to the SD card. Popped it in, fired up the Retron and played Mario Bros. just fine for a couple of minutes, then hit fry to go back to the Stella menu. Loaded up Keystone Kapers and within seconds the game froze. Waited, nothing. Hit reset, nothing. Fry, nothing. Turned off and back on, same result. It is now doing this with every game I try and sometimes freezing in the menu as well.. I have 116 roms loaded in the the games folder, all are .a26 files. I did not mess with any Stella menu settings whatsoever.. I did read that some snapshot setting can cause a memory leak, but again, I did not change any settings at all. One last bit of info, the same thing happens when I insert a cartridge, it also freezes the console just like playing from the sd card. Any help would be appreciated.
  4. I listed my Colecovision for sale on eBay, as it has been experiencing video artifacts/ glitching for some time. It powers up, and games are partially displayed, but as a garbled mess. Not sure what the problem is, could be something simple like a capacitor, but I don't know enough about electronics to diagnose or fix the issue, so I am selling the unit at just the value of the power supply. This is not a huge loss for me, as I have a Coleco ADAM and another working CV unit. https://www.ebay.com/itm/292430838332?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1558.l2649
  5. Not exactly sure what else you expected to be written in the description. If it didn't work, it would be listed "for parts, not working/ as-is". I've been selling on eBay for 11 years, my feedback is 100% positive. I've also been a member on these forums for 10 years. I did however list a Colecovision that is not properly working/ for parts if you're interested. Cheers
  6. I just listed a few things to eBay, will probably be listing more in the comping weeks! Up for grabs are my model 1 Genesis with Sega CD and av cables. The second listing is for an 8bitdo NES30 Pro Controller, which I bought for the Switch originally, but have since bought more Joy Con controllers and no longer need it. https://www.ebay.com/itm/Sega-Genesis-and-Sega-CD-Model-1-with-Component-audio-video-cable/292428333229 https://www.ebay.com/itm/8-bit-do-NES-30-Pro-Bluetooth-controller-PC-Android-and-console-8bitdo-nes30/292428350881 Unrelated to gaming, I do also have a massive collection of Anime dvd & bluray up for grabs as well https://www.ebay.com/itm/Movie-and-Anime-DVD-and-BluRay-Collection-lot-Akira-Trigun-DragonBall-Z-box-set/292428256126
  7. It has the outerbox of course, I wouldn't have listed it as boxed or for that price if it didn't! The outer box is in excellent shape. I also have a boxed Super 8 and a Super UFO Pro 8 SD/USB Flash Cart for sale.
  8. For sale is a hand painted custom Legend of Zelda SNES, created by none other than myself! The unit was modified to play Super Famicom games, and also has a blue Power LED. This auction includes two controllers, AV cables and power adapter, Tristar "Super 8" module for playing NES, SNES, SFC and Famicom via the SNES, as well as a Super UFO Pro 8 flash cart for playing your backup ROM games. The unit supports save states, both Super UFO and Super 8 include box/ manuals. Asking $210 obo pickup is free, shipping will be an additional $30. You can contact me through here, email [email protected], or Facebook as I am on the AA FB page. Best of luck! -Jeramie
  9. For sale, a Nintendo Famicom. The unit itself is in great condition, however it is untested, does not include any cords boxes or manual. Asking $50 obo. Pickup is free, shipping will be an additional $15. Best of luck, -Jeramie
  10. Title says it all, a boxed Super Famicom for sale. Comes with both controllers, everything is in great condition. Asking $130 obo. Pickup is free, shipping will be an additional $25. Best of luck! -Jeramie
  11. Nice find. Boxed Windows 3.1 and Windows 95 Upgrade on 3.5 floppies, also comes with MSDOS 6.22 and Windows 3.11 on floppy, as well as Windows 95B CD. New old stock original Microsoft DB9 mouse and Packard Bell chunky keyboard. The PC itself runs at 166Mhz processing speed, 32mb ram, 16GB HDD, loaded with a Soundblaster compatible card and built in speakers, CD-ROM, 5.25 & 3.5 floppy disk drive. This was a PRIME computer in 1995. The IDE HDD is original, so you may want to format, defrag, or replace it all together. FREE GIFT: I will include the above software and hardware as well as several DOS games on Floppy and CD, including titles like Myst, Corridore 7, Duke Nukem Atomic Adition, Shadow Warrior and Witch Haven II.. and that's not all! (info-mercial voice) act now and I'll throw in a white Gravis Game Pad Pro and a beautiful CRT monitor to match the set! Asking $200 obo. Pick up is free, shipping will cost an additional $80 and will NOT include the CRT monitor. Be sure to check soon for other listings of vintage goodies. You can contact me at [email protected] or message through facebook if you use that, I am on the Atariage fb page. Best of luck, -Jeramie
  12. THANKK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU. You just saved me some cash. I almost just bought a used one for $70, this guy is selling them new $49 free ship!! Cool, I sold one a few years ago when I was moving and totally regreted it.
  13. Just looking for a good ol' plain CRT monitor, 15-19inch. I'll free up that space in your closet and give ya $20-30 for it. Must live in the Downriver/ Metro Detroit area. Email me :-)
  14. Nice find. Sealed Windows 3.1 and Windows 95 Upgrade on 3.5 floppies, new old stock original Microsoft DB9 mouse and Packard Bell chunky keyboard. The PC itself runs at 166Mhz processing speed, 32mb ram, 1GB HDD, loaded with a Soundblaster 16 with built in speakers, CD-ROM, 5.25 & 3.5 floppy disk drive. This was a $3,999 computer in 1995. Old DOS games.. here I come! Of course, as much as I would like to say I took her home for $10... I paid a premium. $299
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