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Thanks for the info.

4.10.1998 is the original edition and not the second edition.

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Please, can you tell me the version number of the Win95 (softlist > pc98_cd)?




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@Anna: Sorry I thought by "is this...?" you meant the screenshot you posted. I was kinda confused too, but who knows ;-)

Rob has a full list of all Windows 95 builds that were ever found/leaked but sadly it doesn't mention which builds were available for the Japanese DOS/V platforms.

Oh, and OSR2.5 is build 1216 not 1214

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@Anna: Sorry I thought by "is this...?" you meant the screenshot you posted. I was kinda confused too, but who knows ;-)

Rob has a full list of all Windows 95 builds that were ever found/leaked but sadly it doesn't mention which builds were available for the Japanese DOS/V platforms.

Oh, and OSR2.5 is build 1216 not 1214



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Maybe I was a bit forecful.

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@r09

Please, can you tell me the version number of the Win95 (softlist > pc98_cd)?





It's actually 4.00.950 without the A, which I guess would be the original retail release.

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@r09

Please, can you tell me the version number of the Win95 (softlist > pc98_cd)?





It's actually 4.00.950 without the A, which I guess would be the original retail release.


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I have just added a handful of new and newly discovered cartridges to the a800 software list.

I created the list and have not added to it for a while and am not sure who or where to post it now. Given the title of this thread I guess this is the right place to ask.

Where do I send my updated a800.xml?

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Thanks for that. But it looks far to complicated having to open a github account, create a diff file etc..

Here is a link to the a800.xml update if anybody is interested enough to add it to MAME.

https://www.sendspace.com/file/c3sn8p

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If you want to have any hope of doing multiple such updates you're going to need to at least learn to make a diff (it's not hard at all).

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