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29 January 2013 - 12:52 PMRight. The title pretty much says it all.
I'm using Chrome on WinVista and whenever I type in tcrf.net in to the address bar. I can access the website through other connections but not mine.
I've cleared the history but I honestly wouldn't know the first step of what to do.
25 April 2012 - 09:31 AMThe 8th issue in the Gamesmaster Presents series. Bit too expensive for my liking at £7.99 for a magazine.
For those of you have bought the Gamesmaster presents issue on the Sonic 20th anniversary then you're not exactly missing out on too much. It's basically a cut down of that with some minor alterations.
That said, there is some nice additions to the magazine too with Mario on side and Sonic on the other.
A nice and interesting 4 page article on Sonic Xtreme, a section discussing the early development of Sonic 1. You also receive some generic Classic Sonic 3 stickers of sprites and two very large double sided posters of Mario and Sonic respectively. Was very miffed at the fact that there was no article on Sonic 4: Episode 2 though.
Here's some shots of the mag in spoilers because
of image sizeeverything's in spoilers now.
Also my camerawork is awzums!
EDIT: pictures fixed.
30 November 2011 - 02:46 PMAbout 2 months ago as a birthday treat for myself, I bought a SEGA Saturn model 2 for the good price of £25.
Later on I got an E-mail stating that I would need to buy basically everything else for the console, I'd already bought 4 games by that point so it cost me over £60 in the end but that's off topic and a different story altogether.
ON TOPIC: I want to do the softmod treatment on my Saturn.
Looking around has suggested that the chips are no longer being made.
I'm basically asking on advice for what could/can I do now.
04 March 2011 - 09:22 PMHere is my best attempt to write something whilst combatting sleep at the same time.
While I love my new homebrewed wii, I decided to make the thing play backups as I have almost everything I need finished.
I done some snooping as usual on the internets and found various sites with downloads. For testings sakes I used games I already have. (In my case which I shall explain include Tatsunoku Vs. Capcom, Warioware: Smooth Moves, Mario & Sonic at the Winter Olympics & Epic Mickey.)
My first download was off of a torrent with a complete 1 Rar of Mario & Sonic. I attempted to open the file but instead was greeted with this message "The archive is an unknown format or damaged"
I thought it could be a one off so I downloaded Warioware from a torrent but had the same message come up.
I then chose to try an alternative method of direct download from tehparadox.com. I downloaded Epic Mickey in 11 parts, opened the file and lo and behold. No luck.
I won't go into details again to save repeating myself. I used the Direct Download method for Tatsunoku Vs. Capcom with the same results.
I've figured this is closer to something I'm doing wrong myself rather than a string of bad luck.
I've searched through the web and have discovered similar results from other people but these are from 2009 with VERY VAGUE details. I've tried using Winrar 3.93 and 7-zip but no luck.
I'm coming very close to a dead end.
Ideas? Thoughts? Anything would be greatly appreciated.
EDIT: If this is either the wrong place to be posting this or shouldn't even be posting this at all just say and I'll remove this.
12 February 2011 - 05:17 PMIF this can be posted here.
Here's the thing.
I finally took the plunge and hombrewed my wii using the Jabba the Haxx exploit trick. Installed BootMii and Homebrew Channel.
I followed the step-by-step guide from this page Here
I've used WAD Manager 1.4, 1.5 & 1.7 and I always encounter the same problem with trying to install WAD's like the Sonic 4 proto.
Everytime I try to install a WAD I always get the same error message. I thought it could've been for one game so I tried Sonic 1 as well but got the same message.
I'll try my hardest to show you my problem. this is using WAD Manager 1.4
CODE[+] Available WAD files on the device:
[+] Press A button to (un)install a WAD file.
Press B to select a storage device
I press the A button which gives me the option to install or uninstall. Everytime attempt to install I get this page come up
CODE[+] Opening "Sonic_The_Hedgehog.wad", please wait... OK!
[+] Installing WAD, please wait...
>>>Installing ticket... ERROR! (ret = -2011)
Press any button to continue.
Sadly my feeble little mind could only think of so many failed options and now I'm in a dead end.
I'm using a 4.3E console using the Jabba the Haxx exploit which in turn is in a similar way to the Return of the Jodi exploit.
Please guys, I know at least one of you guys must know.