Mar 13 2006, 07:04 AM
I have UltraXLE and I am able to FTP my n64 games over to my Roms folder inside Nintendo 64, but only Super Mario 64 plays, all my other ones show up, but it just loads a blank black screen.
I have looked at the above Surreal 64 sticky, but I do not know how to add or remove emulators, all I can do is FTP roms.
Can anyone help me?
Mar 13 2006, 12:06 PM
Maybe try Surreal 64 ... not UltraXLE.
And if you can add ROMS, you can probably figure out how to add/configure emulators. Check my sig for links to basic know-how guides.
Mar 14 2006, 03:39 PM
Thanks for the reply. I know how to FTP, but I dont know where to get Surreal 64. I looked in the sticky 10 times and I didnt see the download.
Then once I have it, I dont know how to remove my UltraXLE and add Surreal 64.
Can anyone help me with this, I would really appreciate it.
Mar 16 2006, 03:13 PM
If X-S wants a tool linked in the forums it'll be in the tools/software section of X-S' home page.
But if you're looking for something it's best to look in the usual places for it.
I'm sure some one on IRC would help you find it.
Mar 17 2006, 12:15 AM
I was able to download Surreal64, and FTP it over the the Emulators folder inside my Xbox, but it doesnt boot.
How do I make it boot??? Right now its just the folder that I unzipped from winrar, and it looks like this.
Surreal64xxx_b4.9 and MSInfo Doc file Surreal64_XXX_beta 4-9
Inside Surreal64xxx_b4.9 is 3 folders.
Also there is default.xbe, pj64-510.xbe, Project64X.rdb...
How do I get it to boot???
Thanks so much for the help,
Mar 17 2006, 03:13 PM
That depends on your dashboard and how you have that dashboard set up.
Each one is different so before we can help we need to know.
Try digging through their forum for a thread on it.
Mar 17 2006, 07:01 PM
well i'll just get on point on why certain games work with ultraxle and thats due to the fact that emu only works with certain games like the pc version (ultrahle). theres a listing of what works on their site and this also applies to surreal since they included the emu.
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