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Originally Posted By R. Belmont
CHDMAN in u2 will support CDRWin-style .bin/.cue files (as used by e.g. Redump and some TOSEC sets) in addition to .bin/.toc.


I forgot. smile

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if you want. do you know how to fix the sound skipping?

if you don't know how, that OK. wink

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WOW! shocked I got MORE then 150 views! laugh

Thanks for all you viewers and Anna Wu for figuring out how to fix it! wink

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Unfortunately, the skipping sound is something inherent to the driver that I haven't been able to fix yet. Hopefully eventually decapping the CDIC and SLAVE devices will help. smile

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is it known that the CDIC and SLAVE devices are microcontrolers and contain code that can be extracted?

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They are definitely microcontrollers, yes.

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EDIT: sorry, never mind, i refined my google search and came up with the -cdrom option, apologies for the post as my google-fu gets stronger smile


wow, cdi emulation, very cool! i can convert images to chd and run them within the gui, very nice!

anyone know what the command line is to run a chd file? i tried -cart but since it's not a cart, that is obviously wrong

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Type "-listmedia" to see the image devices. It's probably -cdrom.

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thanks duke, i just edited my post. but thanks again

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