We are working on an alternative tech support option since the mods here want this to be a temporary solution. The ideas we have come up with will make things much easier in the long run so this may be a blessing in disguise.
So go ahead and begin asking tech related questions here.
darksoft wrote:You can get the download instructions from here:
http://www.mediafire.com/view/acqyr5zwb ... oot_v2.pdf
Make sure you also watch the video from Mitsu about how to prepare the B board before doing anything.
Please let us know your feedback as soon as you start receiving the kits.
darksoft wrote:HOW TO UPDATE YOUR CARTRIDGE IS HERE! See newer version below
You can get all the information you need following this extensive guide. Let me know if you have any trouble.
The bin file can be downloaded from here: http://www.mediafire.com/download/ddvkyn8eisnen52/PFG_____0002.rar
NOTICE that the 3 resistors that you remove, you don't need to put back.
darksoft wrote:HOW TO UPDATE YOUR CARTRIDGE IS HERE!
OK. So here is the final code. Please post how it works for those who updated it.
Remember that you don't need to remove the resistors anymore. Just plug, connect and update.
I'll update the instructions again.
http://www.mediafire.com/download/ddvky ... __0002.rar
danlane wrote:File management on Macs
I've figured it out!! I use a Mac which uses lots of invisible files for indexing with names like ".DS_Store" which I presume confused the board when it was writing the flash memory.
In case anyone else has this issue: put the SD card back in the mac, open the terminal application and type:
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where CPS2 is the Volume name of the SD card.
idc wrote:Avalaunch Decrypted ROM Pack - 31/05/2015
[ Avalaunch_CPS2_for_Darksoft_Multi_150531.rar ]
Disclaimer: We do not condone or support the killing of working CPS2 boards for any reason, including the use of decrypted ROM sets, either directly on CPS2 boards or via Darksoft's CPS2 Multikit. We actively encourage people to use these ROMs on boards that have already lost their original keys. We make no warranties as to the functionality of the decrypted ROMs, although every effort will be made to fix any bugs that are reported.
idc wrote:Avalaunch Decrypted ROMs - Intermediate Update 11/06/2015
[ ddtodudm_150611.rar ] Dungeons & Dragons: Tower of Doom (940125 USA)
idc wrote:Avalaunch Decrypted ROMs - Intermediate Update 19/06/2015
[ ddsomdl_150619.rar ] Dungeons & Dragons: Shadow over Mystara (960619 Euro)
[ ddsomjdl_150619.rar ] Dungeons & Dragons: Shadow over Mystara (960619 Japan)
[ ddsomudl_150619.rar ] Dungeons & Dragons: Shadow over Mystara (960619 USA)
I know some of you have been waiting for these. Thanks for your patience.
Spectre wrote:Spectre's Long Game Names
The name pack is dated to match the Avalaunch Decrypted ROM Pack, so will include long names for all games released up to that date.
My long names are limited to 16 characters, so no scrolling on the LCD. They use the following format, where ! is the game region.
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Eco Fighters |!
Galum Pa! |!
Giga Wing |!
HyperSFII AE |!
Mars Matrix |!
MSH Vs SF |!
Mega Man |!
Mega Man 2 |!
Mighty! Pang |!
Powered Gear |!
Puzz Loop 2 |!
Quiz Na Dreams|!
RockMan 2 |!
SFAlpha 2 |!
SFAlpha 3 |!
SFZero 2 |!
SFZero 2 Alpha|!
SFZero 3 |!
SPuzFII Turbo |!
SPuzFII X |!
SSFII Turbo |!
SSFII X |!
X-Men COTA |!
X-Men Vs SF |!
This allows you to quickly and easily scan through your games on the LCD, to choose game and region.
Where necessary, the final two characters before the region break may specify differing versions where game and region are otherwise the same. For example, SSFII X Japan OP and AM versions.
Feedback with any corrections appreciated
FrancoB wrote:For those wondering which pillar needs removing in the case, its this one:
It needs enough material removing so it's almost flush with the case:
I cut off about half of it with some sharp side cutters and then removed the rest with a Dremel.