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  1. Yes this is excellent news. Tunnels of Doom at long last on the core
  2. Thanks for all the work and the great writeups on protection! I wrote a scraper to easily pull the goodies off of Archive collections like this
  3. (I did post this in the 7800 forum, but it's worth a cross post here for visibility and topic) For those who are new to the world of MiSTer - you don't have to go all in with bells and whistles right out of the gate, you can start minimally and still have an awesome MiSTer. I just made this one out of my spare DE10-nano, an extra older handmade 64MB SDRAM board, and a case printed from the nifty Prusa Galaxy Black filament. Adding a homemade Daemonbite to the mix gives super low latency DB9 controller input as well.
  4. The core is a really impressive piece of work, thank you for all the effort that you put into it (and thanks to the folks providing assistance and knowledge as well) For those who are new to the world of MiSTer (and to Kitrinx's point) you don't have to go all in with bells and whistles right out of the gate, you can start minimally and still have an awesome MiSTer. I just made this one out of my spare DE10-nano, an extra older handmade 64MB SDRAM board, and a case printed from the nifty Prusa Galaxy Black filament. Adding a homemade Daemonbite to the mix gives super low latency DB9 controller input as well.
  5. The proto that has a KM28C64 onboard can save at anytime. That release is what this thread is based on.
  6. This is something I always assume people know to do, but I suppose many do not. Speaking of oxidation.. yeah. wow.
  7. minipro_setup685 told me my 866A might be a fake (even though it meets none of the visible criteria they show, down to the PCB markings). It just asked if I'd like to view this info and be reminded about it in the future.
  8. @5-11under thanks so much for seeing this through. Super simple drop-in installation - one of two rotty old screens replaced, it looks so good. Picture doesn't really do it justice
  9. This is a beautiful retro labor of love, thanks so much to the team for making it happen! I built a Phasor board and installed it in my IIGS just for this
  10. Great news - FPGAzumSpass, one of the FPGA titans in the MiSTer project, is working on a Lynx core
  11. I've got an UberGROM I could probably use to test something if that's helpful. If someone reminds me how to program it
  12. Works with the FG99 when PEB is not connected, random character garbage on startup with PEB connected.
  13. 'Race through the pyramid in search of the hidden treasure and weird nondeterministic behavior!'
  14. The cables first known to me as I came across a pair as 'Wow! These cables are Awesome!'
  15. With the PEB attached I can reset the FG99/system until the cows come home, get bored, go out for a stroll, and come home again - and it still doesn't work. or something like this if it does load (which is not very often). Spot the problem..
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