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  1. Does this look infected to you?

    1. save2600

      save2600

      Yes, you'll probably end up losing that leg

  2. Looking for; 7800 Ballblazer. Don't need the box or manual, just the game. Even the label isn't important, I have a cart with a pristine label but the cart is dead. Also - I've gotten into collecting non-us PAL releases. I'll attach pics of the ones I have...if you have any I don't in the pics I'm up to buy or trade. I'm sure there's at least a few who have gotten stuck with a few in lots they've bought. That's how I got into it, but now I have an adapter to play PAL games.
  3. That worked!!! Thanks! I wonder why it needs a special formatting program though?
  4. Yes and kept the bin file names the same Spaceinv.bin I'm going to try the formatter.
  5. I can't seem to get mine to work. It won't recognize the SD card. I've tried different brands and sizes, made the directory "game", made sure the bin file was the proper format, but every time I choose the SD card option, it goes to a loading screen, then right back to the menu.
  6. Double sided scotch tape, tin foil, and a single hole punch. Clean both sides (both the black dot and the flex circuit) gently, apply the tape (with tweezers preferably so as to not get the oils from your finger on the tape) then the tin foil and you'll be set for a LONG time.
  7. $10.00 shipping? Damn skippy I reported him.
  8. Gotcha. Thanks for the info. I'll probably just hold on to it then....it is loaded with emulators and games, I just wanted to be cautious about mentioning that.
  9. I bought a Raspberry Pi a while back, used it a fewX and it's basically sitting in a box now. I paid $150 (shipped), but I'm not looking for that, just a decent amount in trade or cash. I'm mostly looking for Atari Homebrews, or a flashback system (NES/SNES/Atari (at least the controllers lol). Cash I'm thinking $85 shipped. Here's what it includes; 1. Raspberry Pi 3 in SmartiPi case 2. Quality heatsinks applied to the chips 3. 2.5A heavy duty power supply 4. HDMI cable 5. 64GB microSDXC card with pre-compiled RetroPie image loaded with various full sets of vintage console games This was made by an AA member, great quality, the truth is I just don't use it. Don't mind the RCA cable in the pic. It somehow wound up in the box (yours if you want it though lol). Make me an offer here or via pm.
  10. 42

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    2. thanatos

      thanatos

      How many roads must a man walk down?

    3. GoldLeader

      GoldLeader

      The Answer!

    4. CPUWIZ

      CPUWIZ

      Fuck off, I ran out of 42.

  11. I would advise; Definitely organize your files. It's a daunting task, but for me its become a hobby of sorts. I started with three custom directories. Favorites, Arcade Games, Sports. Then separated it by pal/NTSC, Hack/Homebrew...etcetc... Just don't, like get obsessed about it. Also, sometimes the file you are trying to run doesn't work and you're like..."WTF"? Just seek out a different version. I damn near cried when Bump N Jump didn't run. Then I found a different file here @ AA and it runs like a charm.
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