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Commodore 64 problems #2156 01/02/06 12:00 PM
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Hey everybody, Happy new year!

And to start the new year off, I have a question. I am having some problems running most of my C64 roms. Is anybody else havine these problems? Specificaly, AutoDuel (which does not seem to recognize side B when its mounted) Phantise (which locks up after the -Start in Pelnor or Resume Game - Screen) and Ultima (wich locks up early on in the loading process)

I would be happy to give any additional info if anybody out there thinks I might be doing somethign wrong, or have something set incorrectly. Thanks for any help.

Joe

Re: Commodore 64 problems #2157 01/03/06 08:17 AM
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Short answer: Use VICE - http://www.viceteam.org/ instead.

Re: Commodore 64 problems #2158 01/03/06 08:36 AM
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A very similar question was discussed in the thread C64 Files Not Found , which is worth a look before you jump ship.

Sam.

Re: Commodore 64 problems #2159 01/03/06 10:33 AM
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Not the same question at all. If he was missing BIOS ROMs, nothing would work at all. The driver wouldn't even boot up.

Re: Commodore 64 problems #2160 01/15/06 05:07 PM
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Short Answer nr.2 : Use Power 64 :-)

Re: Commodore 64 problems #2161 01/16/06 02:51 AM
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Yes, because we all know how good those crippleware emulators that only play for 10 minutes for each run until you register are. :rolleyes:

Re: Commodore 64 problems #2162 03/23/06 01:53 AM
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10 minutes? Mate, you're confusing this with C64S I think smile

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"While there is no charge to get a copy of Power64, it is still required that you pay a moderate registration fee if you find Power64 enjoyable and use it for an extended period of time. Power64 is fully functional even if you have not yet registered, so you can perform all the tests your heart desires but in order to remind you that the author has spent a lot of time writing the software, there is a time limit of 10 minutes for each emulator session."

No, I think he's right on this one. If you have at least MacOS X 10.3, VICE is probably your better bet.

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Long answer nr1: file bug reports in bugzilla


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