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Hmmm, ebay huh, hope it wasn't a Chinese clone.

 

I have the Turbo Everdrive and an RGB modded system, so I play all the HuCards, but the CD library obviously eludes, and I have zero interest in spending $$$ on a Duo and games. I happen to greatly enjoy PCE/TG games, so it's worth it, to an extent, although emulation on my orig Xbox for them is pretty good even for the CD stuff. That said, I would assume the Super System 3 would be pretty close to perfect in terms of AV, and using the original hardware controller, which I normally prefer. Let me say, if someone made a SEGA CD attachment like this, I'd buy that even faster.

 

I suppose one drawback to the Super System 3 is that you're limited (currently) to 256GB microSD. Don't think the full CD set will fit on that.

It's not. You could see some of it through the pictures I had since the shell was see through, and also having it in hand helps as well. And no you're right for what the SSS3 attempts to do, if you don't care about the few little hang ups or can fix it, it's fine, and it saves a ton of money on the inanely insanely priced turbo/pce cd games and the system/addon choices themselves too which are prone to failure and needing maintenance after so many years. And the 256GB cap, if you wanted a large-full library of CD/SCD/ACD games would not fit.

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My card near full, that being said with the easy fixes, the SSD3 is looks pretty decent. Having a good video cable and clean power helps a lot! My 200gb card is pretty near full but given the rate homebrew comes out I am not to worried about running out of space. Speaking of which I still need to get a replacement copy of Henshin Engine as my CD has worn out to a point I can't make a bin/cue of it.

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Has there been a significant update recently of all of the multicarts available out there? I know that a lot of systems have them, but it would be nice to have an updated listing, that's for sure.

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Well yeah that thing has some serious holes on the first page.

 

Off the top of my head, none of the newer Everdrive products are covered since the split (X3, 5 and 7) and some before too. RetroHQ isn't mentioned for their excellent stuff with NGPC and Lynx and Atari kits out/to come. The SD2SNES I think was missing the update that FX1/2 and SA1 now work rounding out every cart almost. For GBA there's the EZ Flash Omega which for feature/quality is a match for the everdrive and costs half the price and is a 1:1 profile cart too and has a 1:1 removable shell for DS/Lite systems too.

 

Quite a few systems now have faux optical drives simulating it on chips of the sort from the SSS3 and Upergrafx for PCE/TG systems that fake hucard and optical media, and same can be said for stuff like PS, Saturn, Dreamcast, etc.

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Quite a few systems now have faux optical drives simulating it on chips of the sort from the SSS3 and Upergrafx for PCE/TG systems that fake hucard and optical media, and same can be said for stuff like PS, Saturn, Dreamcast, etc.

What about Sega cd?

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Not sure, I don't keep up that well since I don't have a good lead on ISOs since TIZ kicked the bucket. I know of solutions for PCE(TG), Dreamcast, Saturn, and PS1 as some example.

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If anyone can help;

 

I've been trying to add roms from online sources, 'sfc' files to an SNES Everdive cart, and it seems to work at first, they get added to the game lists, but when I try to play them, they all go to this 'chrono trigger retranslation' image, (attached pic) and then the screen goes black and nothing else happens. Any suggestions or ideas?

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Howdy-

 

What are the Atari 8-bit computer options out there?

 

I have a little (non-recent) experience with the SIO2SD, from which I recall a turn-off of the on-screen menu being able to show only so many items in a current folder, requiring use of the LCD screen & buttons to navigate laboriously.

 

 

Is there an update to improve this?
Other solutions?

 

 

Thanks!

-Jason

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If anyone can help;

 

I've been trying to add roms from online sources, 'sfc' files to an SNES Everdive cart, and it seems to work at first, they get added to the game lists, but when I try to play them, they all go to this 'chrono trigger retranslation' image, (attached pic) and then the screen goes black and nothing else happens. Any suggestions or ideas?

Where did you buy the Everdrive from? Ive never heard of that happening.

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Your Virtual Boy links are all dead. Over on PlanetVB in the forum there is a total subsection dedicated to the Flashboy Plus, and in there you can get a direct email to the creator to order one for yourself at $100+shipping.

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Where did you buy the Everdrive from? Ive never heard of that happening.

Hi. From ebay, seller mo-tek-store. It's the China version. But I've bought other everdrives for other consoles from here and they always work, and I can load games into them perfectly. But I've never tried sfc files not snes everdrives before...

Thanks for any help

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Hi. From ebay, seller mo-tek-store. It's the China version. But I've bought other everdrives for other consoles from here and they always work, and I can load games into them perfectly. But I've never tried sfc files not snes everdrives before...

Thanks for any help

I was thinking you were going to say that. It sounded like clone behavior. All the SNES ROMS I have are .sfc

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I was thinking you were going to say that. It sounded like clone behavior. All the SNES ROMS I have are .sfc

So do you think its the everdrive cart thats the problem?

Thanks again.

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So do you think its the everdrive cart thats the problem?

Thanks again.

It sounds like its bad but I would first try a ROM from a different place. Ideally a known good one. Did you try updating the firmware? Ive heard that they only work with the original firmware that comes with them.

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It sounds like its bad but I would first try a ROM from a different place. Ideally a known good one. Did you try updating the firmware? Ive heard that they only work with the original firmware that comes with them.

I have tried many different Roms from many different sources. But no, I have not tried to update the firmware, should I?

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I have tried many different Roms from many different sources. But no, I have not tried to update the firmware, should I?

I wouldnt because it can brick it. Id try to get a new Everdrive.

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I have tried many different Roms from many different sources. But no, I have not tried to update the firmware, should I?

 

Try .SMC roms first. I recall having issues with .SFC files with my old Super Everdrive V2 (all my roms are .SMC now).

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