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Old 20 March 2009, 09:12   #6
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Doctor SF7 isn't ideal as it requires fussing with floppies.
Erm so do most other SNES copiers!

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The copiers with CD-ROMs and/or parallel ports are more flexible but they're also a bigger hassle.
Doctor SF7 can take both CD-ROM and has a parallel port!! Do your homework man

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And that device is terribly limited.
How?

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I don't know if it's feasible
Of course it is.

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Heck, if I knew of someone capable of designing such a device, I'd put up the money for development.
I'd say about £300 for a prototype and another £1000+ to go to a commercial version. Get saving.

It would have to use a passthrough for a real SNES cartridge for the security chip & other co-processors (SuperFX/DSP)
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