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Lindbergh General Previously: Is this the missing Lindbergh flavour?

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So, fixing the battery solved my remaining issue with the JVS I/O baseboard, so all systems are green and my Lindbergh Yellow is ready to go.

Can also confirm that the HD-DVD X360 external drive does work with the Lindbergh.

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This is very neat! Glad to see you got this up and running.

Now how about grabbing that Lindbergh Silver Satellite? :v:

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Also, started mucking with the multi-boot hard-drive I installed in the Lindbergh Blue. Painfully, a JVS I/O board needs to be hooked up, even though some of the games have been modded to work with a usb x360 controller.

I couldn't get Outrun to load with either of my JVS I/O boards ._. I ran out of time to test anything else, I'll have another go next week.

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some more videos

Part 1 - Testing original game, which turned out to be Sangokushi Taisen III, but no actual gameplay as I don't have the required hardware to read the cards, not especially interesting.


Part 2 - First attempt at loading VT3, Lindbergh had to reset factory settings because I didn't uninstall Sangokushi Taisen III first (d'oh).


Part 3 - Footage of OS re-installing.

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View Postdoc eggfan, on 25 May 2015 - 09:47 PM, said:

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My Lindbergh Silver's finally turned up after a long voyage by sea.

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Also picked up an official dvd unit

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Taste the rainbow:

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More pictures.

Silver has a unique device that uses these smart cards. Sits in two pci brackets, but isn't connected to mobo, only via usb cable outside the case.

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Internals appear similar to my redex

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Silver BIOS

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Pure pornography. =P

Amazing stuff, dude!

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Sorry for the bump but are any of ya'll familiar with data mining these files? I'm trying to extract the stages from VF5R and put them into an emulated PS3 version of VF5FS. Sitting on the Lindbergh ROMs but they're just two 2GB bin files and I've got no tools to parse them. Any input?
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Speaking of this, did eggfan ever take pictures of the Silver Lindbergh?

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View PostJaxTH, on 31 March 2018 - 04:14 PM, said:

Speaking of this, did eggfan ever take pictures of the Silver Lindbergh?

Just a few posts above, unless there is something specific you wanted to see that I didn't snap.

Apart from my Lindbergh yellow which I'm still trying to find time to finish modding, I'm planning on selling on the rest of my Lindbergh collection later this year. Is there anything we need to document before I pass them on to other collectors?

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View Postdoc eggfan, on 31 March 2018 - 10:47 PM, said:

View PostJaxTH, on 31 March 2018 - 04:14 PM, said:

Speaking of this, did eggfan ever take pictures of the Silver Lindbergh?

Just a few posts above, unless there is something specific you wanted to see that I didn't snap.

Apart from my Lindbergh yellow which I'm still trying to find time to finish modding, I'm planning on selling on the rest of my Lindbergh collection later this year. Is there anything we need to document before I pass them on to other collectors?

Sega Retro needs pictures of the Silver one. That's it.

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View Postgrap3fruitman, on 31 March 2018 - 02:46 PM, said:

Sorry for the bump but are any of ya'll familiar with data mining these files? I'm trying to extract the stages from VF5R and put them into an emulated PS3 version of VF5FS. Sitting on the Lindbergh ROMs but they're just two 2GB bin files and I've got no tools to parse them. Any input?


There is a member at assembler games who has done all sorts of lindbergh vf5 stuff, try asking there.

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