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Posted 13 September 2005 - 05:27 PM
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Posted 15 September 2005 - 10:56 PM
Posted 15 September 2005 - 11:15 PM
I'll help, next time guys try using the search feature.
A: SegaCD games work. 32x games work. Games that utilize both 32x and SegaCD do not.
Q: I get a "Backup RAM cartridge is not initialized" message. How do I initialize the RAM cartridge?
A: At the first SegaCD intro screen, press the A button and access the memory
selection. This is the exact same thing you would do with a real Sega CD system.
Q: Do I have to use a CUE sheet?
A: No. If you run the ISO file, things will work fine also. Making a CUE sheet
is an extra feature that I added to Gens because it results in a more accurate
layout of the audio tracks rather than having Gens make a "best guess" as to the
length of audio tracks from the length of MP3 files. ( When you convert CD-AUDIO
to an MP3 file, the MP3 file is not *exactly* the same length (in seconds) as the
Q: How should SegaCD ISO/MP3 files be named?
A: Read the included documentation
Q: Can I used ZIP'd Sega CD images?
A: No, there is no support for ZIP'd CD images or ZIP'd ISO images. Unzip all your SegaCD files.
Posted 15 September 2005 - 11:22 PM
Posted 15 September 2005 - 11:46 PM
Ok, maybe I need to give an explanation of how to get a rom working, preferably a Sega CD iso.
Here goes, In my rom directory, I created a folder apparent to it entitled "(Sega CD)". Now for a game, lets say that the game I have is Lunar: The Silver Star and a bunch of files. I'll create a folder (Unzipped of course) entitled Lunar The Silver Star And Move the files there.
Now It should Look sort of like this.
Sgenroms\(Sega CD)\Lunar The Silver Star\
The files you have inside should look sorta like this
Lunar The Silver Star.iso
Lunar The Silver Star01.mp3
Lunar The Silver Star02.mp3
Lunar The Silver Star03.mp3
Lunar The Silver Star04.mp3
Lunar The Silver Star05.mp3
Lunar The Silver Star06.mp3
Lunar The Silver Star07.mp3
Lunar The Silver Star08.mp3
Lunar The Silver Star09.mp3
Lunar The Silver Star10.mp3
Lunar The Silver Star11.mp3
Lunar The Silver Star12.mp3
Lunar The Silver Star13.mp3
Lunar The Silver Star14.mp3
Lunar The Silver Star15.mp3
You'll then need to choose the .iso file (It might require you to configure the hardware after it boots) from the the directory to play the game.
Posted 15 September 2005 - 11:58 PM
Apreciate you trying to help me Diontae!
Posted 16 September 2005 - 12:37 AM
Posted 16 September 2005 - 12:49 AM
Apreciate you trying to help me Diontae!
Sorry for my awayness
What I mean about configuring the hardware is configuring the actual iso. After it runs and boots the the Sega CD screen, Press one of the buttons (maybe X) to bring up the iso configuring menu and choose Run CD or something like that.
I don't know if the .iso files should match with the media files, But I'd recommend that you have them match with the same exact name.
Also, make sure you delete all saves for the iso, Higlight the iso and press the black button to delete them. Do this before configuring it.
P.S. Use a CD Cleaner on the .iso if all else fails (Jokes )
Posted 16 September 2005 - 06:21 AM
D:\SEGACD\ffight\Final Fight CD.cue <----35 all together
So that's not the problem.
I actually DID get it to work, though. Seems it will run just fine if I manually select the game from the "SELECT GAME" Menu....
I noticed when they didn't work, they were being loaded from the favorites menu...
Yup... I just tried it again. If I hunt for the CD iso from "SELECT GAME" it loads just fine, but if I pick it from favorites it freezes the emu.
Notice: This problem doesn't happen if I load the emu from the hard drive...
P.S. Um... I'm pretty sure Night Trap is a 32X + CD game.
Posted 16 September 2005 - 10:48 AM
Getting pretty hopeless...
So there is no way of ever playing night trap?
Posted 16 September 2005 - 03:10 PM
Well if it is, it's not going to work. I don't have it so I would'nt know. But with all of the suggestions I pointed out, and the suggestion you gave, the others should get a general idea of how to get a sega cd game to run.
Posted 19 September 2005 - 05:38 AM
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