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  1. 3 points
    Yo, my names Boured, been into the OG XBOX for awhile as it's really the only XBOX I have a connection with as I grew up with it. Been in the XBOX Homebrew Discord for a bit so maybe some people here have seen me, though maybe not, maybe 1-2 people. Currently have a very modded console, TSOP'd and 128MB RAM upgraded, really enjoying it so far. So yeah, nice to meet you all, any questions are fine. I'll just be trying to join in the community.
  2. 3 points
    I recently acquired a Development Kit (DVT4) and decided to take some high-quality photos of the daughter boards from this console. They're pretty rare and obscure and I wanted to take some good photos for preservation's sake. I'm going to get a Raptor PCI card soon, so I'll add photos of that too later. More info- These boards were in development kits and consisted of two parts: DVD emulation board. When paired with a Raptor XDK PCI card installed into a computer, it allows a developer to master a game disc before sending a final copy to Microsoft for review, and later into production. This allowed them to test loading scenarios and figure out where certain files for the game should be physically located on a disc in order to reduce load times. When loading a level for a game, for example, all the files needed for that level could be grouped together on the disc to reduce the amount of skipping around the laser needed to do, which decreases load times. There is also a USB port on this card. While it uses a USB connector, it's actually a JVS port. This was used for hooking up arcade sticks and special components built for Sega Chihiro arcade cabinets, which is based on the Xbox's motherboard. Serial debugging port This allows a developer to get debugging information from the Xbox to see how their code is behaving on real hardware. When writing software, it's useful to see technical info about when and how a bug happens in order to fix it. This board connects to a PC's serial port to read diagnostic info from the console in real time. More info: https://xboxdevwiki.net/Development_Kits Photos taken with a Canon 5D Mark iii, touched up in Lightroom. Link to photo album (includes high-res copies of the photos below): https://imgur.com/a/YRb11os
  3. 3 points
    Jet Set Radio Future. Soon, you're gonna understand understand, understand understand, understand understand that it's a good game.
  4. 3 points
    If you have read some of my posts you will notice that Hexen is not on my Xmas list for getting presents from me and the last disk made like a frisbee out the door . Have a read of this post. Xblast can also set the Pal/NTSC and enable 480,720p video outputs,Fan speed ( I use 30-40%). Cheers SS Dave Soft modding is like masturbating, It gets the job done but it's nothing like the real thing.
  5. 3 points
    This site is free. There are no nor will there ever be any pay walls to use this site in the way it is intended. The site is about a free exchange of information about modding and collecting for the Original Xbox. Really it's just a place for people who love that aging piece of hardware and have fond memories of it. It's not a site to supply you with downloads. With that said, it does have some... and you can gain access to them with time. Basically we don't want people joining just for downloads. We want people to take part in the community and exchange information with others about the Xbox. Some people have information that will be lost to time if we don't capture it and preserve it here. So if you're here just for downloads, those can ALL be found elsewhere fairly easily. Hosting and bandwidth is expensive, so we won't open downloads up to everyone on their first day. That will cause overage charges to us that we would very much like to avoid. If you MUST download from here today, there is an option but it is not what we are trying to push you to do. We would rather you take part and be an active member. We provide memberships for people to support the site which offsets some of the hosting costs.
  6. 2 points
    Hi folks, Thought I'd share a pic of a nice Newhaven Display OLED which works nicely with the OpenXenium for me. I just used the Arduino Pro Micro but not on the spi2par2019 board, since it's oled (no backlight etc), plus it's no use anyway since oled has a 20 pin varied connector that doesn't match obviously. You need to be careful setting the pins up. It's using the same hd44780 parallel 6800 4-bit interface (not i2c) - I just set the oled using jumpers soldered on the back as per pdf. I added the initialisation code into the .ino and changed some of the hd44780 commands up as well. You also have to edit the liquidcrystal library too - bit of a faff, I'm no coder but managed in the end after a week. You can get it on Mouser etc, different colours. Ugh it's £22.80 plus the vat though Rough first youtube vid on ipad - turn up volume.
  7. 2 points
    https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=317852276104662&id=100036396753085 Hello fellow Xbox enthusiasts! I had some spare time this week and thought I'd pump out some PCBs to assist with the internal OGX360 installation that uses RELAYS. (The ogx360 was designed by Ryan Wendland and it allows you to use modern wireless controllers with the original Xbox. It's something that I really can't live without these days. lol.) You can certainly install the ogx360 without relays. In fact, Ryan designed a very nice (and tiny) USB Breakout Board for them and I've got all the custom cables for it. But, every once in a while I get a customer who would prefer to use relays for their internal ogx360 installation. (When you use a relay, a wired controller will automatically disconnect the ogx360. You unplug the controller and then it switches back to the ogx360. It's pretty neat and really good if you have kids or are frequently switching between a wired and wireless controller.) Tony Kuberka broke ground on using the relays and he made some really nice diagrams. The diagrams are great but are a little intimidating for the average modder because there are lots of wires to splice and you can really mess things up if you don't know what you're doing. Though I certainly don't mind splicing and wiring up things inside my Xboxes, I thought I'd make it easier for people to take advantage of the internal ogx360 installation using relays. I designed two different versions. The first uses only one PCB and the second uses two PCBs. You can checkout my Facebook page for the pictures. Once I receive the PCBs from the manufacturer and I've tested everything then I'll make another post. If you've wired up your own ogx360 with relays, I'd love to hear about it here. Cheers! @Ryzee119 @Anarchy42085
  8. 2 points
    Unless this is your work Cheers SS Dave Soft modding is like masturbating, It gets the job done but it's nothing like the real thing.
  9. 2 points
    I have just had a version 1.0 with a orange light I got from the rubbish tip shop and it was a short under the pin header. So start with returning it back to a unmodded state and booting to at least the flubber. As for the rebuild PCB I have only ever fitted one and the rest went in the bin. Cheers SS Dave Soft modding is like masturbating, It gets the job done but it's nothing like the real thing.
  10. 2 points
    You could try spraying some contact cleaner in the 3 switches and work them on and off about 10 or 15 times each, but to me it sounds like the solder joints on the other side of the switchboard need to be resoldered . Cheers SS Dave Soft modding is like masturbating, It gets the job done but it's nothing like the real thing.
  11. 2 points
    Just bought a used 360 controller and synced it to windows using the esp8266
  12. 2 points
  13. 2 points
    The main idea of flux it to help the solder flow. You should be able to solder the pin header in to a LPC without needing to use a fiber pen to clean anything( you only need to use that if you are cleaning the masking paint from a trace ) don't use the lead free solder it's harder to get a nice solder joint as it need more heat. The flux paste I use is in a syringe and I would apply about a pinhead or 2 per joint if any as applying more just makes more to clean up. You should really post a pic of your solder work and let us see what's happening. On the modchip did you link the BT point to ground (pin2) Use the alternative D0 point and link to ground or to pin 2 of the LPC port(the terminal just below the square one) It won't matter if the wire is squashed by the metal shield as thats ground as well. Cheers SS Dave Soft modding is like masturbating, It gets the job done but it's nothing like the real thing.
  14. 2 points
    Oooooh, now that is interesting. I got two OGX360 and at least one dead XBox360 here. Guess this winter will see me tinkering
  15. 2 points
    The LED is wired to the 5Vdc power line (pin 6), a current limiting resistor and ground (pin 2) on the modchip. Therefore, since the LED comes on, you know that 5Vdc and ground are making a good connection. However, nothing about the more important connections to LCLK, LRESET#, LAD0-LAD3 and 3.3Vdc required to load the BIOS from the modchip. XBOX LPC Debug Port Layout Name Pin Pin Name SERIRQ (v1.0) 16 15 3.3V SDA 14 13 SCL GND 12 11 LAD0 LAD1 10 9 3.3V LAD2 8 7 LAD3 5V 6 5 LRESET# PWR (v1.6) 4 3 LFRAME# GND 2 1 LCLK
  16. 2 points
    I'm on my second slim right now. The pic shows it after i cut the case. I'm now cleaning the front panel (removing the "MIcrosoft" logo and the "1,2,3,4" Logos above the ports). I think i will get that done today incl. the final paint job. I hope to get the xbox done by end of the next week. Also you can see my first one here if you like (but the second one will be so much better): https://www.ogxbox.com/forums/index.php?/topic/3815-just-another-slim/
  17. 2 points
    Here's my tower of power My pure White #0108/1000 "Dreamcast" Here's my Hulk (came before the Dew's no matter what people say) Most of my controllers Orange Xbox Live Controller https://thepiratepimp.weebly.com https://www.instagram.com/thepiratepimp/ https://www.youtube.com/user/thePiratePimp
  18. 2 points
    Because some of the data read from the BIOS is referenced from the starting address of the flash memory's address space (16 times 1MB) while other data is read from the end of the address space. thus, when you split the 1MB into two 512KB banks, some data is read from the first bank and other from the second bank. At least that's what I remember from the information I'd read about reasons not to split the TSOP into two or more different BIOS banks.
  19. 2 points
    Just got 3 xbox for $6.35 Canadian. Two are booting in so far. Gonna be a fun night cleaning and replacing heatsink grease. Wish me luck
  20. 2 points
    https://web.archive.org/web/20080821024402/http://www.xbox-linux.org:80/docs/pcdvd.html
  21. 2 points
    I tend to buy from their ebay shop: https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/273917345851
  22. 2 points
    Now that's entirely subjective, isn't it? For my simple tastes, Sega GT 2002 and Sega GT Online are still reason #1 to keep my XBoxes alive
  23. 2 points
    I know people get really tired of hearing this debate, but I'd like to make my position as clear as possible once and for all. First and foremost: The reason the LPC exists on the Xbox motherboard is because the TSOP is soldered to the board blank, and programmed via the lpc port later in the manufacturing process. When the TSOP is blank, the xbox then looks to the LPC for a bios image to boot. This is because a pre-programmed rom is more expensive than a blank eeprom (TSOP in this case). It also allowed Microsoft to more easily update the bios image in new Xboxes for whatever reason. So we know that they would have to retool the LPC programming device if they disconnected some LPC points. This new tool would need to be incredibly fine because the point it needs to make contact with is no longer a nice big pad. Since nobody can find a 1.5, this retooling would have been for just a handful of motherboards. So they would have gone through this expense of retooling for such a tiny amount of boards it wouldn't have made any sense. Next, what exactly did the alleged 1.5 board prevent? It ONLY would slow down mod chip installation. I say slow down because any knucklehead with a DMM could figure out how to get it working again. It does absolutely nothing to stop soft modding or TSOP flashing. Why would Microsoft go to such an expense to stop only one method of modding the Xbox? I don't doubt that people have found LPC points that show no continuity. This could be because of the very programmer I mentioned at the beginning of this post. It could be due to trace rot. It could be due to operator error in measuring the components. Whatever the reason for a person measuring this situation, I don't believe it was a particular version of motherboards that Microsoft intended to put out. We saw with the 1.6, where it DID come with a pre-programmed rom (so no TSOP) on the board that they could finally disconnect the LPC. That's why we have to rebuild it there. It is perfectly consistent. It stops TSOP mods. It stops modchips for noobs. It required a new bios that supported the new video encoder. I think they believed they could use updates on game disks and Xbox Live to patch the softmods. So they thought they had all the bases covered with 1.6. I got my information from the Xbox-Linux Project. They published an article on Xbox Security which I preserved on this site. "Now other people found out that, if the flash chip is completely missing, the Xbox wants to read from a (non-existant) ROM chip connected to the (serial) LPC bus. This is of course because of the manufac- turing process: As it has been explained before, the flash chip gets programmed in-system, the first time they are turned on, using an external LPC ROM chip. Modchip makers soon developed chips that only needed 9 wires and connected to the LPC bus. It was enough to ground the data line D0 to make the Xbox think that flash memory is empty. Lots of these “cheapermods” appeared, as they only consisted of a single serial flash memory chip. They could be installed within minutes, especially after some companies started shipping chips that used pogo pins, so that no soldering was required. Some groups wrote applications like boot menus that made it possible to copy games to hard disk and run them from there. Patched Xbox kernels ap- peared that supported bigger hard disks. Making the Xbox run copies from DVD-R or hard disk as well as homebrew applications written with the official Xbox SDK was now easy." https://www.ogxbox.com/archive/xboxsecurity.html It's under the "Modchips" heading.
  24. 2 points
    Hello Boured Welcome to ogxbox.com Cheers SS Dave Soft modding is like masturbating, It gets the job done but it's nothing like the real thing.
  25. 2 points
    This is a great post and I'm interested in taking it a bit further. It's ironic that SS Dave and I were sort of doing this at the same time. I just took a m-atx power supply and got it to work like the stock power supply on my 1.4 motherboard. I used an NPN transistor to more or less act like a relay. So when the POW ON signal goes high from the Xbox, the transistor holds the ATX POW ON line to ground. KSP 2222a. Pin 1 is emitter. Pin 2 is Base. Pin 3 is Collector. Pin 1 to gnd. pin 2 to xbox POW ON. Pin 3 to ATX POW ON. I also used some 5v to 3.3v step downs to change the ATX 5v power ok and standby to 3.3v that Xbox expects. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07FCMF6SV/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o05_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
  26. 2 points
    my Xbox will thank you forever and for my part i will vouch your stuff anytime ! Surgery has been successful Dr.Dave
  27. 2 points
    I could not power on my 10+ year old XBOX. Suspected to be a psu failure but it was not. I then found some caps blew in the motherboard. Replace all 5 of them and succeeded to boot it up.
  28. 2 points
    Yep there is You still need to create the HDD in a Xbox and correctly partition the drives but when you have that done then connect to a PC a copy away. The only thing is the drive needs to be unlocked You will easy do a 2tb drive in under 24 hours. https://fatxplorer.eaton-works.com/2020/03/28/fatxplorer-3-0-beta-now-available/ Cheers SS Dave Soft modding is like masturbating, It gets the job done but it's nothing like the real thing.
  29. 2 points
    I would tell them to backup their games to an external pc hdd anyway. It doesn’t take that long using fatxplorer.
  30. 1 point
    Well, I received some stock and I tested my internal Relay Board v1 (which is 100% compatible with the standard OGX360 by Ryan Wendland). I'm pretty happy with the results and I'm excited to see where things go in future PCB design. OGXBOX.com Facebook group post: https://www.facebook.com/groups/ogxbox/permalink/2761570890780316/
  31. 1 point
    It doesn't look to bad.But the D0 point (next to the J1 link) is not soldered by the looks of it.. Also try linking J1 as that will force the Xbox to load from the LPC. Cheers SS Dave Soft modding is like masturbating, It gets the job done but it's nothing like the real thing.
  32. 1 point
    That's what i told him (false advertising) but who am i? In case you want do such a thing you can do that your self but at the end it didn't make any seens at all cuz you still have to walk to your xbox to turn it on and like i also already told you can't switch the HD when the xbox is on. So at the end it's nothing more like a case with an power switch. A nicer and cheaper solution would be to grab 2 x 2 TB 2,5 HDD's with an PC SATA power switch and put that in an xbox.
  33. 1 point
    @HDShadow : Google " pogo pin connector ". You can get those from 1 up to ?. But be warned, they are pretty expansive for what they are, so i prefere to solder and get more coffee for the money i saved. A wise;) man said " there is no live before coffee " so you just can't have enough of them.
  34. 1 point
    actualy there are solderless adapters:
  35. 1 point
    Dude, I don't even want to know how the cat managed to soak that much of the xbox to cover 60% of the metal shielding in piss, but the mental image was pretty funny. As far as what to do, this suggestion will help with the xbox as well as anything else the cat has urinated on. My last cat started peeing outside of her litter box in her old age once her bad hips made it difficult to climb in and squat. For your use, I would remove the motherboard and shielding from the case, wipe down the shielding and case with distilled vinegar diluted with water, use a scotch bright pad (rough green side of most kitchen sponges) to get the surface rust off the metal, and wipe the shielding and case down with rubbing alcohol before reassembly. Being that there is no way the cat only pissed on the xbox, here are some suggestions from someone who has been through life with a cat with bad bathroom habits. On tile or hard surfaces, a mixture of distilled vinegar and water will neutralize the ammonia smell, baking soda will help absorb it from the surface, and hydrogen peroxide is a good disinfectant to let sit for a few minutes then wipe down. This will also work on white carpet or fabric, however use on any colored carpet I would highly recommend trying the peroxide on an area that is out of sight to make sure it won't whiten the material before using it anywhere that is out in the open. I suggest that because hydrogen peroxide can remove color from fabrics the same as bleach. Speaking of it, you may also be tempted to use bleach since it is great for cleaning and disinfecting, well, just about everything that isn't a colored garment. Don't ever use bleach to clean up cat pee as cat pee is high in urea that turns into ammonia. Read below for why along with a few very important things. WARNING: NEVER MIX VINEGAR AND HYDROGEN PEROXIDE TOGETHER AS IT BECOMES A CORROSIVE ACID THAT IS DANGEROUS TO BREATHE AND WILL IRRITATE SKIN. This is in higher concentrations, but the only safe way is to use them is in succession but avoid mixing them together entirely. NEVER MIX BLEACH AND AMMONIA (CAT PEE) AS IT BECOMES CHLORINE GAS WHICH IS HIGHLY TOXIC TO BREATHE EVEN IN SMALL CONCENTRATIONS. Trust me, I fucked up and found that out the first time the cat made a mess outside the litter box. Fortunately I was lucky and hadn't poured much before realizing the mistake when there was a pungent chemical smell and my eyes and nose started burning making me clear the room until I was able to ventilate everything out. In lower concentrations it can irritate the hell out of your eyes, nose, and throat and at higher concentrations it can send you to the hospital/kill you. Seriously dangerous shit. I know we are on an xbox forum and that is way off topic, but many people don't know how dangerous it can be to mix basic shit that's under the kitchen sink or use certain cleaners on certain messes and if I was going to suggest using stuff that can make harmful compounds if mixed together it would have been irresponsible of me not to mention the dangers. Hope all that helps.....
  36. 1 point
    Use Evolution-X dashboard, evoxdash (aka Remotex) don't use a hexen disc simply run it from the hard drive. EvolutionX dashboard +3935 download link: https://downloads.diodematrix.com/homebrew/xbins/Console Based Applications/apps/dashboards/evolution-x/_official/EvolutionX Build 3935.rar Upload the extracted content to e:\apps\evoxdash\ or f:\apps\evoxdash\. Rename the file evoxdash.xbe to default.xbe. If not already present, create a bios subfolder and upload your custom bios's dot bin file into it. Power cycle the console to rebuild the applications menu of the default replacement dashboard. Run RemoteX from the Applications menu. (RemoteX is the XBE Title in evolutionx's default.xbe file header). Use the D-pad to highlight the menu options below then press A to select / enter each submenu function: System Utils Flash BIOS Select the BIOS file you wish to flash from the list of available files Finally, press Y to verify that you are ready to flash this BIOS file to the modchip. Press B to go back a level in the menu.
  37. 1 point
    Try this version or raincoat it has the "49LF020A" added in the INI file. https://www.dropbox.com/sh/4jtqe9sm75jr96j/AACFOWEU3HS3FuqGLd4foCNsa?dl=0 Cheers SS Dave Soft modding is like masturbating, It gets the job done but it's nothing like the real thing.
  38. 1 point
    You could get a new fan through bracket mods, or gut a 1.2+ thats broken for their heatsink. The latter is more quiet.
  39. 1 point
    halo, very bad port for pc, many graphical effects missing gta san andreas, missing many stuff, some graphic elements are bugged (not showing up, etc). gta 3 and vice city, best graphics are on xbox. call of cthullu, crappy port on pc freedom fighters - proper 720p scarface - don't run on multicore pc's, 720p splinter cell - 3D stubbs the zombie - don't work at all, only on winXP. tony hawks pro skater games are superior on xbox, some of them support 720p. many pc multiplat games are PS2 ports that are inferior to xbox, for example movie games like shrek. Sports games like fifa. Funny thing that some games on xbox are crappy ps2 ports, example: mafia, vietcong. xbox have 3D sound benefit, because for PC you need to have EAX compatible sound card xbox controller itself is a good benefit: analog triggers, thumb stick layout. pc multiplat game heavily depends from what system is ported, so it's a mixed bag.
  40. 1 point
    For sure, I'll make a nice 4-port one. I'm on a roll. lol
  41. 1 point
    If anyone cares, measuring the input to the m-atx psu, I supply it with 12.6vdc. On boot when the xbox is checking the dvd drive it draws 7.1 amps. That puts us at almost 90w. It drops to 5.1 amps at unleashx dash. It doesn't change much when running a game. That is with the DVD drive in and full 3.5" hdd. Obviously power consumption can be reduced by removing the dvd drive motors from the equation and using a 2.5" hdd, ssd, or some form of flash... which don't reduce the draw much at idle. That ~5 amps is kind of what we're stuck with. I've built a few that run on battery power and it's difficult to get 6+ hours once you include an lcd screen. You REALLY have to invest in the battery bank.... unless someone else can come up with some efficiency improvements or things that can simply be removed.
  42. 1 point
    Is there a version of FatXplorer that sees the games drive? I imagine if he has them installed on E it would be ok, but all the fatxplorer versions I've seen don't see F & G. I think you're onto something copying C & E to the already setup drive though. Should be the easiest way. Copy C & E for a softmod to the drive and lock it, pop it into the 1.6, no?
  43. 1 point
    There is a selective partition cloning option to select the partitions you want to clone but I've only used that option with a new empty HDD. However, I don't believe Chimp will work to clone only C and E (possibly X, Y, and Z too). I believe it first formats all partitions wiping anything off the current hard drive. (Edit: Not really formats but writes some zero fill data to the start of each partitions' location - Sys, X, Y, Z, E, C, F, G.) Code snippet from Chimp 261812's cloneab shell script: prepare_hd () { local t=$1 local h=$2 local s=$3 # just create the basic structre, 512k byte for Sys, X, Y, Z, C, E, F, G dd if=$h of=$t bs=512k count=1 > /dev/null 2>&1 dd if=$s of=$t seek=1 bs=512k count=1 > /dev/null 2>&1 dd if=$s of=$t seek=1501 bs=512k count=1 > /dev/null 2>&1 dd if=$s of=$t seek=3001 bs=512k count=1 > /dev/null 2>&1 dd if=$s of=$t seek=4501 bs=512k count=1 > /dev/null 2>&1 dd if=$s of=$t seek=5501 bs=512k count=1 > /dev/null 2>&1 dd if=$s of=$t seek=15633072 bs=512 count=1k > /dev/null 2>&1 dd if=$s of=$t seek=268435456 bs=512 count=1k > /dev/null 2>&1 } Edit: You know it may not even call the prepare_hd() function anymore. There seems to be a lot of extra unused code present in Chimp's shell scripts.
  44. 1 point
    This was the exact problem I was having, I made one of the wii2hdmi adapters using retro pro franks guide and it sorted the problem, so i would say yes any sort of hdmi mod would solve this
  45. 1 point
    I agree, Hexen is overrated. I use it every now and then to flash bioses, but that's about it. It's somewhat messy with all the leftover "delete me" folders and junk.
  46. 1 point
    There's a small problem here. You need a separate 3.3 Vdc power supply that is always on to provide the standby power source for the SMC/clock circuitry for v1.0-1.4 consoles. And, for a 1.6/1.6b, you need an always on 5 Vdc source. Very little current is needed - I believe something like 50 to 75 milliAmps. It is this standby power supply that provides the voltage and current necessary to power on/off the console via the soft switch mechanism controlled by the SMC (v1.0-1.4) or Xyclops chip (v1.6), power the clock circuitry to keep the time and date current when the rest of the console is OFF and charge the clock cap.
  47. 1 point
    $25 Custom DIY Component Cables for OGXbox made from an official Xbox360 set of cables. I do not grantee my work. This was a personal use set and I figured I'd pass them on to the community. *NOTE* Composite is NOT connected. There is only YPbPr and L/R audio
  48. 1 point
    Ok, at the risk of talking to myself and appearing like a lunatic in the process, I figured it out. I bought a VS1838B ir receiver at a whim and low and behold, using this part everything works.
  49. 1 point
    So I tried my hand at making a slim. Case has been cut down. Shield inside has had all its sides removed. OEM fan has been trimmed to fit. Interior trays have been trimmed to fit. Front controller ports shaved. Factory power button is now sync button for internal ogx360. Factory eject button is now power button with xbox one slim button jewel. full sized 1tb hard drive installed where dvd drive use to be and ogx360 and receiver mounted where hard drive use to be. LEDs replaced with white leds. pic looks like something is wrong with right of front panel.. not the case.. cant see anything in person. Thinking of doing the top jewel like a carbon gray.. haven't done it yet.. not solid on the idea yet. Not perfect but I like it.. looks clean.
  50. 1 point
    As far as I know, you should use Earthworm James Rom Pack. But I have uploaded my own romset and ran into the same problem. To generate the list with the script you have to modify it a little. Open create_rom_lists.py and insert a new line at position 911 before "pDialog.update(..." : N64_Rom_Name = Rom_Name_noext Now at least the script runs thru and generates the gamelist with your romnames from the filenames. create_rom_lists.py

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