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Old 13 May 2009, 19:10   #61
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I tried the games on emulator, dont work either.

edit 2 - I used cdrwin and there is no graphic problem in Athlete Kings but the game still crashes after second event. Hammer?

edit 3 - I hate the whole world.

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Old 13 May 2009, 20:46   #62
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ConsolePassion also sell some Saturns (some chipped), plus they have their own modding service should you wish to get your existing Saturn fitted with a 50/60Hz switch and/or region switcher. They're like 25/35 plus postage though. And they don't fit modchips in. Hmmm.
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Old 13 May 2009, 20:54   #63
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85/105 is more than 25/35 I think

I dont want to buy another SS, I want to force mine to work properly, there must be something wrong in the burning process, I dont know what, I wasted 15 CDs and almost two days with it, I know how to burn cue,isos,bins and blah blah blah, so where is the problem Im gonna throw that stupid machine out of the window. But before I do, I modify it with hammer and boot

edit - Athlete Kings is PAL version, Radiant Silvergun not and works fine.
eit 2- and none of swattrickers complain about not working games, haaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa, i go mad

edit 3 - one my ctr monitors just burnt out, lol

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Old 13 May 2009, 23:13   #64
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Problem solved, there was problem with hash tables (line 1295 ebgh0A and that stupid Trotsky rule), too difficult to explain here.

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Old 14 May 2009, 00:42   #65
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???

User error no doubt?
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Old 14 May 2009, 01:21   #66
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???

User error no doubt?
yes

its like in the old days when the first file we checked when something went wrong was *.bat file
there are people who put the wrong cue files on the net out there (and people who use different burning utilities and different ways instead of checking those files )
but i am ill and its excuse

its faux pas, just happened
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Old 14 May 2009, 02:07   #67
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alexh you are correct there.there was a cart for saturn that stopped the motor.cart itself is very scarce.more info here folks

http://assemblergames.com/forums/showthread.php?t=5366

as for jap games,a lot of them well except the rpgs and some small other games have english in them.snk in their wisdom allowed some of their fighting games on the saturn to have an english language option.

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Scarce? I think I've got two... photo's to come.
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Old 16 May 2009, 17:53   #69
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Exclamation Double Double Swap Trick

For all swaptrickers:

Wipeout and Discworld II read protection again after the swaptrick. The swaptrick must be performed again after the first swap!
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Do yourself a favor and get a modchip. This can't be good for the Saturn CD-drive.
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Do yourself a favor and get a modchip. This can't be good for the Saturn CD-drive.
For model 1? Where?
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you will have to do the modding on the mod chip to get it to work on model 1 saturn.racket boy has a guide to it on his site

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My Saturn was cheaper than modchip itself and according to prices for modchips (and shipping) will be better to get one or two premodded Saturns and use the one I own now for longtime playing (whole afternoon or evenings, reduce swapping as much as possible).
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speaking of wipeout,i have it for the saturn.i'm selling up most of my saturn stuff.you can have it if you are interested..

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its not a game im gonna play so often, i prefer Sega Raly (playing it right now ) but thanks for offer
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85/105 is more than 25/35 I think
My wording must have confused you. I was saying that the switch fittings were 25/35 each. Not the consoles themselves.
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My wording must have confused you. I was saying that the switch fittings were 25/35 each. Not the consoles themselves.
I read it carefully again and "And they don't fit modchips in." confused me Sorry.
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any ss for sale? me wants one, but 100quids is a really pricey
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The Saturn modchip costs more than a stock console. THAT's the problem.
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