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Xsnes9x On G: Partition

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#1 mr jones

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Posted 08 December 2003 - 02:37 PM

Does xSNES9x have support for the G: partition? I have emulators located on G:, and when I try to load SNES9x, its starts, without having a gamelist. I delete the TData and Udata information for SNES9x; doesn't help. I edit the config file in the snes9x directory to look to G:emulators\xsnes9x\roms - no good. I try the same thing again, except I say the root is D: instead of G: - nope. However, if I place the emulator and games in either the E: or F: partitions, it works fine. I haven't tried hex editing the default.xbe file, yet. Any ideas?


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Posted 08 December 2003 - 06:38 PM

Taken from http://www.lantus-x.com

"G Drive Support
Just a quick note. I forgot to mention in last nights WIP build has G Drive Support (Partition 7) already implemented, for those lucky folks with large hard disks.
Posted by lantus on Tuesday, November 18, 2003 at 05:14 Comments (0)"

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Posted 08 December 2003 - 09:23 PM

yes it does - however i dont have a G partition so its largely untested.

let me know if it works smile.gif

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Posted 08 December 2003 - 09:39 PM


So I need to go get the latest WIP. Will do. Lantus, I'll mention how it works in a day or so - I like to actually sit down for a couple hours and test before saying "OMG it fukn wroks, dude!!1" and then find out that gamesaves get corrupted on the G: partition, or playing a .sid other than the default locks the emulator.

Thanks again, man.

...In the name of the programmer, the coder, and the holy porter. Amen.

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