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XEGS (36 titles) all tested and seem to boot fine in current SVN.
I found it was a tricky combination of making sure you had the roms (typically for bios) and the software path in the rompath at the same time. You also need to make sure the XML for the system is available in your HASH folder. Once you get that set up, it's a matter to typing "mess xegs -cart ttoppler", for example.




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And the hash path setting in the ini should point to your hash folder wink

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Yes, but none of that is the problem if some games work and some don't smile

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however, the issue was apparently due to a non-clean compile. problem solved (hopefully) wink

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I deleted the obj folder and compiled again.
Still have the same problem.

Now I will delete all (src/obj) and try again.

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It make me crazy, if something is not working which should work. smile

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Judge, do you remember on my loading Dragonslayer (Epoch Super Cassette Vision) problem which still exist ?
Tested on my own, bobz and official build.

Also not know the reason. frown

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Thanks etabeta for having a look a xegs and putting it into better shape.

I am continuing work on the a800 cartridges and will have the xml ready in a week or so. There are 261 cartridges in the collection with about 40% working in the current MESS implimentation of the Atari 800/XL/XE.

It might be worth reviewing the Atari 8-bit machine structure as well. Currently the 400, 800, XL/XE, xegs seperated in the MESS heirachy. After some investigation it seems that the 400-800/XL machines are virtually similar and the XE/XEGS have a different memory manager.

What do you guys think?

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Originally Posted By Anna Wu
I deleted the obj folder and compiled again.
Still have the same problem.

Now I will delete all (src/obj) and try again.


Now it works. I am happy. smile

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Originally Posted By mahlemiut
Don't know what's up with himem.sys on the FM Towns. Maybe there's some switch we're missing or something...


Big thanks Barry, to get HIMEM.SYS to work. smile

The MS-DOS 6.2 L10 Bootdisk content a file called " setup2.exe ".
With this file it is possible to make the right settings for the himem.





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The saved settings in CMOS RAM will be saved to NVRAM file.
I suggest to delete the old fmtowns.nv file before.

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