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SVN r5808
SNES driver
Game : Momotarou Dentetsu Happy (J) with SPC7110 chip

Boot Procedure:
1. Press the A button when prompted.
2. Wait.
3. Press F3 when prompted to power off.
4. Press the B button when prompted.
5. Wait.
6. Press F3 when prompted to power off.
7. The game will boot.


If I press F3, no reaction.

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I'll let etabeta post the nice pictures of F1 ROC II.


If I start the emulation, MESS freeze (Initializing ...)


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there was at least one typo in the code I sent you, sorry...

Code:
o1 = (UINT8)snes_st010.o1;


should be

Code:
o1 = (UINT16)snes_st010.o1;


this hopefully fixes the CPU AI

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Freeze problem with r5809 and mounted F1 ROC II cart solved.



Still problem with no working F3 key (on my Notebook) and Momotarou Dentetsu Happy game.


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Originally Posted By Anna Wu
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I'll let etabeta post the nice pictures of F1 ROC II.


If I start the emulation, MESS freeze (Initializing ...)



you need at least rev 5809 because apparently the spc7110 init was conflicting with the st010 one...

EDIT: ok I see you fixed smile

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src\mame\machine/snes7110.c(517) : warning C4333: '>>' : right shift by too large amount, data loss

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fixed in rev 5811. and what compiler is that?

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Microsoft Visual C++ 2008 Express Edition

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Ahh, yes. Aaron works at Microsoft and still uses 2005, so there's probably something wrong with 2008 nobody's telling us smile

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Originally Posted By Anna Wu
Good news, Kale. smile

PS: Can you take a look to the game " 1942 " (Floppy Disk), what´s happen ?


PCG addressing uses a complex system with the beam positions and the videoram bank...there are some games (Bastard SP, Herzog, 1942 and others) that relies on this...

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Can someone familiar with issues involving PC keyboards and MESS please help Anna? For some reason, on her German-layout keyboard, F3 doesn't function as reset, and neither do any of the keys on the keyboard, whether pressed normally, with Shift, with Alt, or both.

I would normally guess that it's a problem with inadvertantly remapping the button, but I searched high and low in the Input menus, and apparently F3 is hard-coded as "Reset", and is not remappable.

Does anyone have any ideas?

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