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'cough' it's considered illegal to download any game no matter how old it is, sometimes even if you own the original :eek:
Says the guy named "dr emulator". :wtf:

Anyhow. Yes. I know that. And I don't condone illegal activities. Wait...no...well...maybe...sometimes. I mean if it's morally or ethically justifiable.

I believe it was Kant who said something along the lines of: "If the laws and rules are unjust, unethical, or immoral. Then YOU are unjust, unethical, or immoral to NOT break the laws or rules."

And I did say "can download off the internet for free". Which isn't to say that you "should". Even "if" we all know you should. "If" that is in fact what we all know. You see...I'm usually very clever with my wording of things. Plausible deniability and such.
 

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'cough' it's considered illegal to download any game no matter how old it is, sometimes even if you own the original
Cough Cough erm Freeware Abandonware Shareware Paid downloads from ...................
Blanket Statements like that Deserve for you to be rolled in a Pigsty and then beaten with your girli friends wet knickers
 

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In reality I think the patents and worn off. Im not sure how they work with games, but I think there is a time frame. I know why we dont have n64 remakes yet is because of the patents from what I have read.


I want to find me a 32x only reason I picked up a sega and well I wanted one. My retron does my my sega games well enough.
 
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I wanted to build a snes system, but I already built a mame cabinet and have all the emulators on it so I didn't...I may eventually
 

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On Nintendos website it says for games the copy right is vaild for roms for 75 years.....

During the Bit Wars I was... on both sides :) Started with a Genesis and was blown away by the the blast processing. Then I got a SNES after a fiend introduced me to LoZ:LttP. After that I did the original Zelda, Zelda II, Final Fantasy and any other RPG I could pick up. Emulation helped by filling in a few spots -- including fan-translated ROMs of FF II and FF III. That was so helpful, as this was well before the time Square started porting every game to every platform with official English translations (which were not always as good as fan-translated).

They didn't have the massive color palette of the SNES available to them, but many RPGs on the Genesis worked around it and have their own unique charm. Of course I still enjoy Sonic, though I seem to be missing my copies of 3 and Sonic & Knuckles. Probably mixed into my friends collection when we were roommates.



Not my original Genesis, which was a model 1 I got for Christmas. Don't know where that one came from, nor have any cables for it. That's ok, my NESputer will be Genesis friendly.
I didn't have a Genesis when I was a kid. So im kind of blank to alot of the games that were totaly amazing to play.

Did, or does anyone ever have the 32x?
 
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The score for my weekend. Been smoking the boy hard on this one lol.
 
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This isn't everything I have for the PSX, just what I could scoop up quickly to snap a pic of.
Still have my PS2, NES and SNES stuff to sort and organize. I do have a Dreamcast and an XBox but not alot for the XBox and next to nothing for the DC.... That's really no suprise isn't it?
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Nice!!!!


I went off and got Ecco for Sega and Life Force for NES this weekend. Almost bought a 32x but it was missing all the cables for it.

Redid my table in my living room.
 
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I have a Sega master system rev1 with about 10 working games and the light gun, shame that only works on crt as id love to play a bit of duck hunt, I bought my son a GameCube for Christmas, picked up some resident evils for myself on it, I will buy another n64 soon even if just for multiplayer Mario kart 64!
 

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My Nintendo security screw bits came in today. Carts aren't that hard to open as you can usually mod a plastic pen but this set makes it easy. Gotta open up the SNES later and see if it's failure to post is something I can diagnose.



Also picked up a repro label from retrogamecases.com. The Nintendo Seal of Approval is a little off, but I'm otherwise happy with it. It looks silver in the pic, but in person it's just less golden.



It's not for the cart shown, but a duplicate that's much dirtier and the label is of poor quality.

It's also a battery backup game so I picked up a 10-pack of CR2032 holders (like on our motherboards) and will attempt to replace the fixed backup battery. Do it to the dupe before I try Zelda or Secret of Mana :)
Check for a fuse, although it was the UK version i used t o fix and a fuse half the time was the issue.

It be pico fuse most likley.
 
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Redid my table in my living room.
Just ran into this thread today. I couldn't get my NES working but I think my SNES still works. I will get my pics up here of the few original games I have left. I used to have a ton more but family members swiped a few from my grandmothers house before I could reclaim them.

On a side note, we have some flea markets down here that used to have a ton of the original games. Granted that was circa 2005 and I haven't really been back since but if you have some specific games you want me to look for you for just let me know and I can buzz down next weekend and check. Have me interested again...
 

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Grabbed some of my SNES games to show off, again it's not all I have with some good titles missing from this pic. Some of these as you can see are good, some are just crappy.
Missing ATM is Secret of Mana, Final Fantasy III (6),Wizardry V, Gradius III, Wanderer's from Y's and Lagoon with that not being all of it. Once I get them located I'll post up again with the complete collection.
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Check for a fuse, although it was the UK version i used t o fix and a fuse half the time was the issue.

It be pico fuse most likley.
That seems to be alright, I can get the power light.

Took it down to the board, found it a bit corroded. Took a toothbrush and rubbing alcohol to it earlier. Still some left, but most pins are better. Will take a closer look tomorrow, got busy with Easter.

 

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Is that on the game cartridge?
 

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Time for a magnifying glass check for dry joins and such.
 

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https://www.engadget.com/2006/11/28/how-to-consolize-an-arcade-game/

I may need some help with this. It's been some years from when I modded anything. Im thinking I eant to take a jamma arcade Neo Geo MVS and console it. Need hrlp picking parts and such for the mod. Maybe ideas on what to put it all in. I bet someone on TPU has a printer to be able to put it in a proper case.
 

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So I have been digging around the net in this build. About 50 to 100 for the motherboard. Then about 80 to 150(150 for a good vga 480p encoder) for the video encoder. Neo runs slightly under 60 hertz which effects a lot of modern TVs. The mlre expensive encoder seems to habe aolved this, but one can slightly overclock the board to over come the issue i think. 30 for a uni bios, and then another few dollars to make it an easy install. Joysticks are the one thing Im working on figuring ouy how to soder onto the board. Looking for good pictures on how to do it.


For another 100 I can get one already made on ebay......then again I could also get the aes system for that price. Only aes and mvs games are tremendous.
 
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That seems to be alright, I can get the power light.

Took it down to the board, found it a bit corroded. Took a toothbrush and rubbing alcohol to it earlier. Still some left, but most pins are better. Will take a closer look tomorrow, got busy with Easter.

Believe once you get it cleaned up you'll have it running before long. I bought myself a non-working NES last year for $25 shipped and it had a host of problems, red blinking light of death and the gray screen of death and fixed both, plus had a major cleanup to do with it...... I mean this thing was NASTY.

You probrably know most if not all of this but just in case you're wondering......
To fix the gray screen of death I had to reflow the caps on it's board and that fixed it's problems, the caps themselves looked fine so I reused them and it worked out and also went ahead and reflowed the solder spots to the board from the 72 pin cartridge to be sure I didn't have any weak joints.


Sometimes that's a problem with these since over time they can have a bad connection due to the effects of cycling the unit on and off.
However if you get it working without reflowing these points I'd hold off on that - Kinda tricky to do correctly.
In my case I reflowed these points, replaced the 72 pin cartridge and it's working now. I still have to wiggle a game at times to make it work but once it's working it does fine until I swap games again.

If you do just be sure to use a fine tipped soldering pen when reflowing those points and it should be OK, all you'd have to do is let the solder that's already there melt and that's it for reflowing.
Once you see it melt just remove the pen and it's done for that spot.

Same goes for the caps if what's in your board looks to be OK if you have a gray screen issue except you can use a standard tip pen if you want. Probrably woudn't be a bad idea to do that anyway with those.

There is also a cap replacement kit you can get if it's needed: https://console5.com/store/kits/console-cap-kits/nintendo-nes-frontloader-cap-kit-nes-001.html
Need to get one or two kits for myself one day. :rolleyes:
 
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Worked on a couple of my carts for the NES today to fix problems with dead batteries.
Took one and soldered in a battery holder for E-Z battery replacement if ever needed again, the other was more difficult to figure out but the solution was fairly simple in the end.

Pics of the work done and the carts I worked on.
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Although I'm not an expert with this I can help if you have questions about doing a battery replacement, including how to do the battery holder mod as shown with my Link cart.
 
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You guys are gonna hate me.......

I was looking for a new fixer-upper/tinker project and found a deal online for a trio of PS3's that was listed as for repair/parts and snapped them up for $50 shipped. Was said these had problems of no certain issue, only that they did and I was thinking if I could just get one or maybe two going it would be a nice thing.

They arrived yesteday and I dove into them checking them out, looking to see what problems they had and what I'd need to do to repair them.
All three systems came with their HDD's, that was the first real suprise I got. Most every listing I saw said the HDD and with many listings even the HDD caddy wasn't included, much less the drive itself so that was nice. No cables or anything else was sent, just the systems themselves.

After initial powerup testing had been done I dove into two of them.
I found one with it's cooling fan unplugged due to someone going in before and forgetting to plug it back up, fixed that and did the usual re-tim job with it. Another one had never been opened since I had to remove the warranty sticker to access it. Re-timmed it, checked it over largely due to it failing the cooling fan test. The third showed no problems as was when tinkering so I left it alone ATM, and all three did not have the YLOD or RBLOD with this testing.

Then decided to hook up the two that did pass the fan test to check for video issues.
Right from the start the one I didn't open up showed good video function, the disk drive checked OK (So far) and went straight into the menu; Had to find a compatable controller and it's getting input so.... Looked like this one was OK but went ahead and did the extended format of the HDD just to see if I got a YLOD or RBLOD - Passed that after taking over 5 hours to reformat the drive.
The other one that had it's fan unplugged needed a video reset, after doing that it booted like the first one, no further problems noted at this time but haven't had a chance yet to let it run for an extended period of time for testing it for a YLOD/RBLOD..... That's coming soon.

The third and final one that failed it's fan test I checked and it was connected so after it's re-timming and reassembly I checked it. Video reset was done and it worked like the first two! Also noted even though it's fan was failing the fan test, the fan itself DOES work since it did start moving air after letting it run for a few minutes but it did get kinda hot. Gonna let this one sit until I can find another fan for it.

So.... At this point the amount I gave for these and to receive all units in a working/semi-working condition was a real bargain. I also have another one coming in today that was said it won't power up, I'll swap it's PSU out and between it and the one with the faulty fan I'll decide what to do.

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Still have some testing yet for all of them but so far things are looking really good.
 

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Just updating:
The second unit as I expected it would probrably do began throwing the RBLOD problem at me so had to go in and reflow the chips, re-TIM'ed it again and it powered on normally once more.
ATM it just completed running for about 3 hours formatting it's HDD to let it run and burn in the TIM and so far it's been working just fine since the reflow.

I plan on heading out to find a cheap controller and a cheap game to test these with later to confirm these are 100% functional.

The fourth one that came in yesterday appears to have a dead PSU since it does absolutely nothing, I'll have to find one since the others here are different from it in terms of it's MB layout, including the 2 main PSU pins.
 
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OK, got mine.
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Who else grabbed one?
 
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I just use a Pi and have thousands of ROMs (mostly cartridge systems. I don't bother with MAME or retro computer games).
 
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