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Since over a week i have problems to get my Side3 running with SDX and register the SD. To understand the following hardware is used: 800XL with 320k megaram expansion, Sophia2, Side3 Booting without SD-Card: Booting with SD-Card inserted: Using the Sideloader an SD-Card all works fine an i can start ATR files till 180kb. But if i'm using my spare 800XL without any upgrades SDX boot up and recognise the SD-Card every time. For me it look like that the PSU is weak. (apologize for the wrong term) Any suggestions?
Hi, all! I have a Heavy Sixer that, after a good cleaning, seemed to be working fine. I booted up Video Pinball and was playing through a second game when the game failed and goes all distorted, kind of like when the contacts don't line up properly between the system and cart. I had been playing on and off for about 15 minutes at that point, Super Breakout, then Kaboom!, then Video Pinball. It sounds to me like something is overheating and causing the failure after a little play time. Any suggestions on what I should be looking for/replacing/resoldering/etc.?
I have an extra hundred bucks laying around, so I'm thinking of picking up yet another console or home computer. I already have: 2600 Jr. NES/SNES clone PS1 N64 Dreamcast Wii U PS4 Here's what I want in a console/computer: - $100 or less. - Nothing made after the year 2000. - at least 15-20 properly good games that aren't insanely difficult to find. - Uncommon enough to have some novelty, but still not too difficult to acquire through the right channels. - No plug and play consoles or portable consoles. - Reasonably well-built & less prone to malfunction than systems like the say the NES toaster. Thanks guys!