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Old 20 May 2012, 19:54   #1
keitha1200
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A570 advice/opinion

Hi

I've got a couple of things I don't fully understand about my A570 and I was wondering if someone 'knowledgeable' could give me their opinion?

1) I can't seem to reset my A500 (1.3 rom + 512k expansion) when using the A570! Is that correct? the rest of the keyboard is ok.

2) I've spend most of the afternoon and many blank cd-r's trying to write boot-able CDTV titles, without much luck! I did manage to get Lemmings and the King Arther (or something) games running, and 3 or 4 entertainment/reference roms working but the mast majority of games wouldn't boot (EAB ).

Is the A570 funny about CD-rs? (I used three different brands of R-roms and Imgburn-mode 1).

3) I noticed with non-bootable cd'roms that the CDTV boot-up screen would change colour slightly! is that right? or maybe a bad monitor connection.

thanks
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