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17 November 2012 - 01:03 PMDid anyone else read this and think it was going to be about Mozilla's Programming Language? I am such a nerd.
27 July 2012 - 11:11 AMI was curious about this register when I read about it in Charles MacDonald's hardware notes. Glad to see you had the time to give us more info about it. Kudos.
04 June 2012 - 12:21 PMI know that part of the reason why the Sega CD software crashes when the cart is inserted is because of the way the Sega CD is mapped in the address bus. When there is no cart, the CD BIOS and RAM are at the beginning of the address bus. When the cart is inserted, the cart is at the beginning and the BIOS is 4MB after it.
I assume that the CD continues looping because the SUB-CPU program isn't touched after the cart is switched, and the Sega CD does not reset when the Geneis does, so it continues to run. The CDX could be stopping because they share the same reset line, unlike the stand alone Genesis and Sega CD. The TMSS program also does not touch any Sega CD hardware, so that might not be the problem.
Also, interesting SOR glitch.
05 March 2012 - 09:52 PMStart the Sega CD emulator without an ISO or bin/cue (boot from your computer's opitical drive without a disk is usaully the quickiest way in alot of emulators) and choose options and the emulated ram cart or built in ram to use.
Choose format and choose yes.
Like a real Sega CD actually from what I heard.
Make sure your using the right bios images as well.
Or just press the A, B, or C button while it boots up to go to the CD menu.
23 December 2011 - 09:48 PMYeah, especially since the original's link is dead.
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