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Originally Posted By robbbert
yes it works. Please check out the updates to Jupiter ace file handling please smile


Good, more games are supported now. smile

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They should all work except for Grandprix which gives ERROR 7 when the race starts. Ace Invaders will work, you have to hit Return a few times then it will start. One of the invaders games has no keyboard control.

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SVN r9869
N64 driver

Super Mario 64 is back on 32-bit OS. Thanks goes to JD smile



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Originally Posted By Anna Wu
SVN r9658

Osborne-1
Example:
CP/M Disk
Image format: .IMG

The Floppy Disk Interface still have a regression.



Last working version: MESS 0.138 (maybe with hack)



DL for the wd17xx log


Regression fixed. smile

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SVN r9658

Nimbus
Example:
MS-DOS 3.10/Welcome 2.00B Disk
Image format: .DSK/.IMA

The Floppy Disk Interface still have a regression.



Last working version: MESS 0.138 (maybe with hack)



DL for the wd17xx log


SVN r9861

Quote:
Updates to i86 CPU core to fix problem with cirtain combinations of instructions
being flagged as illegal on the i186.
Update to wd17xx to re-add multiple sector writes as required by rmnimbus
Minor updates to the rmnimbus driver to return it to a working state.


About the Nimbus driver fix Im not sure.
It hangs on my build and will not load MS-DOS.
Can be the reason the MAME 0.141 core update or my build ?
Someone can test it, please ? The test software is on FTP for Devs (incoming folder).

SVN r9658



MESS 0.138 (working)








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Originally Posted By Anna Wu

About the Nimbus driver fix Im not sure.
It hangs on my build and will not load MS-DOS.
Can be the reason the MAME 0.141 core update or my build ?
Someone can test it, please ? The test software is on FTP for Devs (incoming folder).

SVN r9658





Hi AnnaWu.

It hangs here too using SVN9877
XP Pro SP3 32-bit

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hi. just a quick question: is there any place to see what gba games is known not to work on mess

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http://forums.bannister.org/ubbthreads.php?ubb=showflat&Number=63506#Post63506

Tremendously outdated and incomplete though. If anybody wants to check all of this be my guest.

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Casio PV-1000 driver
Dig Dug (new dump)

Judge, can you take a look, please ?
Some graphic problems exist (on Takedas emu too).
Not know it is a bad dump or a driver issue.





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It's a driver issue. The dump has been verified to run on the real thing.

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