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Cracked Amiga games do generally work: you'd want something like mame64 a500 -flop1 c:\whatever\castlevania.adf.

PSX: mame64 psu (for US, psj for Japan, pse for Europe) -cdrom c:\blah\raiden.chd (or .cue for bin/cue images)
Saturn: mame64 saturn (for US, saturnjp for Japan, saturneu for Europe) -cdrom c:\blah\vf2.chd

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and yeah, CD systems are generally simple enough.

PC-Engine is a bit trickier as you have to mount both a cartridge and the CD, they used to automatically pair, but I'm not sure if they do anymore.

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I think the PCE auto-pairing got fixed, but I haven't tried it lately.

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Thanks so much both of you guys. You may be wondering why I'm choosing to launch games this way. Keep in mind it's only for a few racing games here and there that I'd like to add to my Steam Library. Got a new steering wheel and pedals so I've been wanting to get back into some retro racing games and having them all consolidated in my steam library next to some of the newer driving games is pretty cool smile

For normal MAME use I'll stick with QMC2 smile


The developers of MESS have my sincere gratitude. Thank you guys.
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