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Old 30 December 2009, 00:15   #1
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James Pond 2 CD32 No Music (Winuae)

Hello,

On Christmas day I wanted to play James Pond 2 (CD32),
but I ended playing only 15 minutes because the music
wouldn't play.

I have Winuae 2.1 (or whatever, the most recent one)
and a Bin + Cue files with separate wav sound files
that I load in Daemon (I load the cue file).

The sound files are titled as such:

James Pond 2 - Robocod (1993)(Millennium)(Track 2 of 8)[!]


Luckily the intro video plays rather well.
I think I played this before with an older
version of Winuae and the music was working.
Anyone have clues how to get it to work?


Thanks,

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Old 30 December 2009, 11:45   #2
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Works fine here. Enable on screen leds and check CD led. If it turns bright green = music is playing, check also usual winuae logs.
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Old 30 December 2009, 22:16   #3
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I think I had this problem with this game myself, I'll test it out when I get home.

Edit
Just tested with WinUAE 1.6.1 with CD32 settings, mounted the game with Alcohol and it runs perfectly with sound for me.
Actually I don't think I ever played the CD32 version, I was thinking of James Pond 3
Don't wanna rub your nose in it but the music is pretty awesome compaired to the regular version

Are you using the Tosec version? Commodore CD32 & CDTV TOSEC (2009-04-18)

James Pond 2 - Robocod (1993)(Millennium)[!].zip 175MB
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Old 04 January 2010, 02:13   #4
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Hello,

been a while because of the holidays.

Happy New Year !!!!


I tried the on-screen Leds and it does show up green.
But I still hear no music, only the in-game sound
(including sound of opening video).


So, assuming the CD Leds means it recognizes and plays
the first audio track (aka Track 2), where and how
can I test why I'm not hearing a sound?.

Yes, the version is Tosec.


EDIT: ok, now I see none of my CD32 titles with audio files play the CD audio. Keep in mind it's because I installed the new Winuae version last week. I can't go back to my old Winuae as it seems desinstalled. Something with the new Winuae is not registering my audio. Help!
I tried many of the DSOUND options and nothing works!





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Old 04 January 2010, 09:00   #5
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CD Audio has nothing to do with WinUAE sound settings. CD Audio is completely handled by CD drive (hardware or virtual).

Most common problem is wrong SCSI mode, it must be set to SPTI in misc panel. (other modes require audio cable between CD drive and motherboard, virtual CDs usually does not support this anymore)

Attach both winuaelog.txt (remember logging checkbox in misc panel) and winuaebootlog.txt if it still isn't working.
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Hello,

The Misc. Panel was already set to SPTI.

The log files report errors, but they're written in french.

I am translating these as "there is a problem with your multimedia peripheral. Make sure it functions properly or contact the fabricant."

The other: "Impossible to execute the specified command on a peripheral that opens automatically. Wait for the preipheral to close and try again."

(???? what are they talking about ?? I use Daemon set as the D drive.)



Winualog:


2010-01-04 12:13:23
23-916: WinUAE 2.0.1 (2009.12.23) (5.1 Service Pack 2 [2]) 32-bit F.7 1
(c) 1995-2001 Bernd Schmidt - Core UAE concept and implementation.
(c) 1998-2009 Toni Wilen - Win32 port, core code updates.
(c) 1996-2001 Brian King - Win32 port, Picasso96 RTG, and GUI.
(c) 1996-1999 Mathias Ortmann - Win32 port and bsdsocket support.
(c) 2000-2001 Bernd Meyer - JIT engine.
(c) 2000-2005 Bernd Roesch - MIDI input, many fixes.
Press F12 to show the Settings Dialog (GUI), Alt-F4 to quit.
End+F1 changes floppy 0, End+F2 changes floppy 1, etc.
23-916: 'F:\Program Files\WinUAE\winuae.exe'
23-916: EXE: 'F:\Program Files\WinUAE\', DATA: 'F:\Program Files\WinUAE\'
23-916: NATMEM: Our special area: 0x042E0000-0x142E0000 (10000000 256M)
23-956: shmget of size 65536 (64k) for rtarea
23-956: VirtualAlloc 00F00000 - 00F10000 10000 (64k) ok
23-976: uaegfx.card magic code: 00F0176C-00F018AA ABI=00000000
24-006: shmget of size 65536 (64k) for filesys
24-006: shmget of size 524288 (512k) for kick
24-006: VirtualAlloc 00F80000 - 01000020 80020 (512k) ok
24-006: Entered action_replay_load ()
24-006: shmget of size 2097152 (2048k) for chip
24-006: VirtualAlloc 00000000 - 00200020 200020 (2048k) ok
24-006: ROM loader..
24-077: shmget of size 524288 (512k) for rom_e0
24-077: VirtualAlloc 00E00000 - 00E80000 80000 (512k) ok
24-137: Known ROM 'CD32 KS ROM v3.1' loaded
24-147: ROM loader end
24-177: memory init end
24-267: No disk in drive 0.
24-267: Resetting frame rate hack
24-267: CPU cycleunit: 256 (0.500)
24-267: Building CPU table for configuration: 68020 prefetch 24-bit
24-357: 1879 CPU functions
24-357: Building CPU, 45954 opcodes (2 1 1)
24-357: CPU=68020, FPU=0, MMU=0, JIT=0.
24-367: CPUID level=2, Family=15, Model=0, Mask=7, Vendor=GenuineIntel [0]
24-367: JIT: Setting signal handler
24-367: JIT: Building Compiler function table
24-367: JIT: Supposedly 42346 compileable opcodes!
25-048: DirectDraw GUID=NULL
25-048: W=1152 H=864 B=32 CT=9
25-288: winuae_active(0)
25-529: set_ddraw: refresh rate 0 not supported
25-559: set_ddraw: trying 640x480, bits=32, refreshrate=0
33-700: Created 640x480x32 (00170D08) surface in DefaultRAM (1)
33-730: Created 48x48x32 (001695B0) surface in DefaultRAM (1) hardware colorkey
33-730: Created 48x48x32 (00170C88) surface in DefaultRAM (1)
33-730: Created 800x11x32 (0016AEC8) surface in DefaultRAM (1)
33-730: DDRAW: primary surface 00182608, secondary 00170D08 (640x480x32) bb=2
33-730: set_ddraw: 640x480@32-bytes
33-961: Resetting frame rate hack
33-961: CPU cycleunit: 256 (0.500)
33-961: clipboard: reset (00000000)
39-248: memory init end
39-248: Reset at 00000000
39-268: 00000000 2048K/1 = 2048K Chip memory
39-268: 00200000 8704K/0 = 8704K <none>
39-268: 00A80000 512K/1 = 512K Kickstart ROM (1E62D4A5)
39-268: =CD32 KS ROM v3.1 rev 40.60 (512k)
39-278: 00B00000 512K/1 = 512K Extended Kickstart ROM (87746BE2)
39-278: =CD32 extended ROM rev 40.60 (512k)
39-288: 00B80000 64K/0 = 64K Akiko
39-288: 00B90000 384K/0 = 384K <none>
39-288: 00BF0000 64K/0 = 64K CIA
39-288: 00C00000 1792K/0 = 1792K <none>
39-288: 00DC0000 64K/0 = 64K Battery backed up clock (none)
39-288: 00DD0000 64K/0 = 64K <none>
39-288: 00DE0000 128K/0 = 128K Custom chipset
39-288: 00E00000 512K/1 = 512K Extended Kickstart ROM (87746BE2)
39-288: =CD32 extended ROM rev 40.60 (512k)
39-298: 00E80000 64K/0 = 64K Autoconfig
39-298: 00E90000 960K/0 = 960K <none>
39-298: 00F80000 512K/1 = 512K Kickstart ROM (1E62D4A5)
39-298: =CD32 KS ROM v3.1 rev 40.60 (512k)
39-779: SPTI: unit 0 '\\?\ide#cdromsony_dvd-rom_ddu1211____________________iyh1____#5&9c7792f&0&0.0.0#{53f56308-b6bf-11d0-94f2-00a0c91efb8b}' added
39-779: SCSI CAPS: BusType=3, MaxTransfer=0x00020000, Mask=0x00000001
39-779: SPTI: unit 0 opened [ATAPI], drive empty, 'SONY DVD-ROM DDU1211 IYH1'
39-779: SPTI: unit 0 closed
39-779: SPTI: unit 1 '\\?\scsi#cdrom&ven_kv3233t&prod_evs429a&rev_1.01#5&2d5d0db8&3&000#{53f56308-b6bf-11d0-94f2-00a0c91efb8b}' added
39-779: SCSI CAPS: BusType=1, MaxTransfer=0x00020000, Mask=0x00000000
39-779: SPTI: unit 1 opened [ATAPI], media inserted, 'KV3233T EVS429A 1.01'
39-779: SPTI: unit 1 closed
40-320: support_scsi = 1 support_ioctl = 1
40-370: IOCTL: FSCTL_ALLOW_EXTENDED_DASD_IO returned 1
40-370: IOCTL: device '\\.\D:' opened succesfully (unit number=0,media=1)
40-370: Drive D:: CD32 or CDTV [CD32.TM]
42-112: IOCTL: FSCTL_ALLOW_EXTENDED_DASD_IO returned 87
42-233: IOCTL: device '\\.\G:' opened succesfully (unit number=1,media=0)
42-233: Drive G:: can't read TOC
42-243: IOCTL: FSCTL_ALLOW_EXTENDED_DASD_IO returned 87
42-243: IOCTL: device '\\.\H:' opened succesfully (unit number=2,media=0)
42-243: Drive H:: can't read TOC
42-243: IOCTL: FSCTL_ALLOW_EXTENDED_DASD_IO returned 1
42-243: IOCTL: device '\\.\D:' opened succesfully (unit number=0,media=1)
42-243: using drive Drive D: (unit 0, media 1)
42-243: Thread 'akiko' started (672)
42-253: BEAMCON0 0000 -> 0020
42-283: P96FREQ: 312*50 = 15600 / 50 = 312
42-293: PAL mode V=50Hz H=15600Hz (227x312)
42-343: hardreset, memory cleared
42-663: media changed = 1
52-017: DSSOUND: 00140004 1:00000000 2:00000000 4:00000033 4:00000603 4:00000107 6:0000003F 6:0000060F
52-017: DSSOUND: 00000000,CH=2,FREQ=44100 'Périphérique audio principal' buffer 131072 (524288), dist 32768
52-437 [1 000x051]: DSSOUND: 1300 = (1323 - 23)
52-437 [1 000x051]: DSSOUND: bs=1024 w=81920 max=131072 tof=174762 tuf=233016
52-688 [5 077x172]: SERIAL: period=372, baud=9600, hsyncs=16, bits=8, PC=f8018a
52-778 [5 141x179]: B-Trap f201 at f80cb0 (05260CB0)
53-429 [35 000x000]: P96FREQ: 312*50 = 15600 / 50 = 312
53-429 [35 000x000]: PAL mode V=50Hz H=15600Hz (227x312)
53-519 [40 000x000]: P96FREQ: 312*50 = 15600 / 50 = 312
53-519 [40 000x000]: PAL mode V=50Hz H=15600Hz (227x312)
53-970 [63 000x000]: P96FREQ: 312*50 = 15600 / 50 = 312
53-970 [63 000x000]: PAL mode V=50Hz H=15600Hz (227x312)
54-861 [109 000x000]: P96FREQ: 312*50 = 15600 / 50 = 312
54-861 [109 000x000]: PAL mode V=50Hz H=15600Hz (227x312)
59-237 [298 040x182]: IOCTL: FSCTL_ALLOW_EXTENDED_DASD_IO returned 1
2010-01-04 12:14:03
03-173 [484 000x000]: P96FREQ: 312*50 = 15600 / 50 = 312
03-173 [484 000x000]: PAL mode interlaced V=50Hz H=15600Hz (227x312)
03-984 [521 000x000]: P96FREQ: 312*50 = 15600 / 50 = 312
03-984 [521 000x000]: PAL mode V=50Hz H=15600Hz (227x312)
21-199 [1363 000x000]: P96FREQ: 312*50 = 15600 / 50 = 312
21-199 [1363 000x000]: PAL mode V=50Hz H=15600Hz (227x312)
21-279 [1367 040x049]: tried to play data track 1!
23-993 [1500 000x000]: blitter is active, forcing immediate finish
23-993 [1500 000x000]: forcing blitter finish
49-009 [2750 000x000]: blitter is active, forcing immediate finish
49-009 [2750 000x000]: forcing blitter finish
2010-01-04 12:15:03
03-149 [3455 055x290]: tried to play data track 1!
03-960 [3496 000x000]: P96FREQ: 312*50 = 15600 / 50 = 312
03-960 [3496 000x000]: PAL mode V=50Hz H=15600Hz (227x312)
20-274 [4311 000x000]: P96FREQ: 312*50 = 15600 / 50 = 312
20-274 [4311 000x000]: PAL mode V=50Hz H=15600Hz (227x312)
26-853 [4640 000x000]: P96FREQ: 312*50 = 15600 / 50 = 312
26-853 [4640 000x000]: PAL mode V=50Hz H=15600Hz (227x312)
27-774 [4682 010x089]: MCIErr: MCI_PLAY: 262 = 'Il y a un problème avec votre périphérique multimédia. Assurez-vous qu'il fonctionne correctement ou contactez le fabricant du périphérique.'
38-169 [5170 000x000]: MCIErr: MCI_RESUME: 262 = 'Il y a un problème avec votre périphérique multimédia. Assurez-vous qu'il fonctionne correctement ou contactez le fabricant du périphérique.'
38-229 [5172 000x262]: MCIErr: MCI_PLAY: 262 = 'Il y a un problème avec votre périphérique multimédia. Assurez-vous qu'il fonctionne correctement ou contactez le fabricant du périphérique.'
38-279 [5175 119x069]: MCIErr: MCI_RESUME: 262 = 'Il y a un problème avec votre périphérique multimédia. Assurez-vous qu'il fonctionne correctement ou contactez le fabricant du périphérique.'
40-012 [5250 000x000]: blitter is active, forcing immediate finish
40-012 [5250 000x000]: forcing blitter finish
51-939 [5750 000x000]: blitter is active, forcing immediate finish
51-939 [5750 000x000]: forcing blitter finish
57-958 [6000 000x000]: blitter is active, forcing immediate finish
57-958 [6000 000x000]: forcing blitter finish
2010-01-04 12:16:03
03-886 [6250 000x000]: blitter is active, forcing immediate finish
03-886 [6250 000x000]: forcing blitter finish
33-529 [7500 000x000]: blitter is active, forcing immediate finish
33-529 [7500 000x000]: forcing blitter finish
33-829 [7509 000x000]: winuae_inactive(0)
36-643 [7509 000x000]: winuae_active(0)
36-663 [0 183x008]: MCIErr: MCI_RESUME: 262 = 'Il y a un problème avec votre périphérique multimédia. Assurez-vous qu'il fonctionne correctement ou contactez le fabricant du périphérique.'
36-693 [0 172x056]: DSSOUND: 857 = (882 - 25)
36-693 [0 172x056]: DSSOUND: bs=1024 w=81920 max=131072 tof=174762 tuf=233016
37-525: winuae_inactive(0)
37-705: DSSOUND: DirectSound driver freed
37-705: MCIErr: MCI_RESUME: 303 = 'Impossible d'exécuter la commande spécifiée sur un périphérique à ouverture automatique. Attendez que le périphérique soit fermé, et réessayez.'
37-705: MCIErr: MCI_STOP: 303 = 'Impossible d'exécuter la commande spécifiée sur un périphérique à ouverture automatique. Attendez que le périphérique soit fermé, et réessayez.'
37-705: MCIErr: MCI_PAUSE: 303 = 'Impossible d'exécuter la commande spécifiée sur un périphérique à ouverture automatique. Attendez que le périphérique soit fermé, et réessayez.'
37-745: MCIErr: MCI_RESUME: 262 = 'Il y a un problème avec votre périphérique multimédia. Assurez-vous qu'il fonctionne correctement ou contactez le fabricant du périphérique.'
37-985: MCIErr: MCI_RESUME: 303 = 'Impossible d'exécuter la commande spécifiée sur un périphérique à ouverture automatique. Attendez que le périphérique soit fermé, et réessayez.'
37-985: MCIErr: MCI_STOP: 303 = 'Impossible d'exécuter la commande spécifiée sur un périphérique à ouverture automatique. Attendez que le périphérique soit fermé, et réessayez.'
37-985: MCIErr: MCI_PAUSE: 303 = 'Impossible d'exécuter la commande spécifiée sur un périphérique à ouverture automatique. Attendez que le périphérique soit fermé, et réessayez.'
37-985: MCIErr: MCI_STOP: 303 = 'Impossible d'exécuter la commande spécifiée sur un périphérique à ouverture automatique. Attendez que le périphérique soit fermé, et réessayez.'
37-985: MCIErr: MCI_CLOSE: 303 = 'Impossible d'exécuter la commande spécifiée sur un périphérique à ouverture automatique. Attendez que le périphérique soit fermé, et réessayez.'



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Winuaebootlog:


WinUAE 2.0.1 (2009.12.23) (5.1 Service Pack 2 [2]) 32-bit F.7 1
(c) 1995-2001 Bernd Schmidt - Core UAE concept and implementation.
(c) 1998-2009 Toni Wilen - Win32 port, core code updates.
(c) 1996-2001 Brian King - Win32 port, Picasso96 RTG, and GUI.
(c) 1996-1999 Mathias Ortmann - Win32 port and bsdsocket support.
(c) 2000-2001 Bernd Meyer - JIT engine.
(c) 2000-2005 Bernd Roesch - MIDI input, many fixes.
Press F12 to show the Settings Dialog (GUI), Alt-F4 to quit.
End+F1 changes floppy 0, End+F2 changes floppy 1, etc.
'F:\Program Files\WinUAE\winuae.exe'
EXE: 'F:\Program Files\WinUAE\', DATA: 'F:\Program Files\WinUAE\'
CLOCKFREQ: QPF 3.58MHz (3.58MHz, DIV=1)
Max hardware surface size: 2048x2048
DriverCaps: 94c27be3 606afe7c 00000290 12ad54e1 00000000 00000000
DDCAPS_BLT,DDCAPS_BLTQUEUE,DDCAPS_BLTFOURCC,DDCAPS_BLTCOLORFILL,DDCAPS_BLTSTRETCH,DDCAPS_CANBLTSYSMEM,DDCAPS_COLORKEY,DDCAPS_OVERLAY,DDCAPS_3D,DDCAPS_READSCANLINE,DDCAPS2_CANRENDERWINDOWED,DDCAPS2_NOPAGELOCKREQUIRED,DDCAPS2_FLIPNOVSYNC,DDCAPS2_FLIPINTERVAL,DDCAPS2_NONLOCALVIDMEM,DDCAPS2_NONLOCALVIDMEMCAPS,DDCAPS2_WIDESURFACES,DDCKEYCAPS_SRCBLT
HELCaps : f4c08241 00000001 00000200 0003fce3 00000000 00000347
DDCAPS_BLT,DDCAPS_BLTCOLORFILL,DDCAPS_BLTSTRETCH,DDCAPS_CANBLTSYSMEM,DDCAPS_CANCLIP,DDCAPS_CANCLIPSTRETCHED,DDCAPS_COLORKEY,DDCAPS_3D,DDCAPS_PALETTE,DDCAPS2_CERTIFIED,DDCKEYCAPS_SRCBLT
Enumerating display devices..
'Pilote d'affichage principal' 'display' NULL
Sorting devices and modes..
Desktop: W=1152 H=864 B=32. MaxW=1600 MaxH=1200 CXVS=1152 CYVS=864
0: 320x200, 8-bit (60,70,72,75)
1: 320x200, 16-bit (60,70,72,75)
2: 320x200, 32-bit (60,70,72,75)
3: 320x240, 8-bit (60,70,72,75)
4: 320x240, 16-bit (60,70,72,75)
5: 320x240, 32-bit (60,70,72,75)
6: 400x300, 8-bit (60,70,72,75)
7: 400x300, 16-bit (60,70,72,75)
8: 400x300, 32-bit (60,70,72,75)
9: 480x360, 8-bit (60,70,72,75)
10: 480x360, 16-bit (60,70,72,75)
11: 480x360, 32-bit (60,70,72,75)
12: 512x384, 8-bit (60,70,72,75)
13: 512x384, 16-bit (60,70,72,75)
14: 512x384, 32-bit (60,70,72,75)
15: 640x400, 8-bit (60,70,72,75)
16: 640x400, 16-bit (60,70,72,75)
17: 640x400, 32-bit (60,70,72,75)
18: 640x480, 8-bit (60,70,72,75,85)
19: 640x480, 16-bit (60,70,72,75,85)
20: 640x480, 32-bit (60,70,72,75,85)
21: 720x480, 8-bit (60)
22: 720x480, 16-bit (60)
23: 720x480, 32-bit (60)
24: 720x576, 8-bit (!50,60)
25: 720x576, 16-bit (!50,60)
26: 720x576, 32-bit (!50,60)
27: 800x600, 8-bit (60,70,72,75,85)
28: 800x600, 16-bit (60,70,72,75,85)
29: 800x600, 32-bit (60,70,72,75,85)
30: 848x480, 8-bit (60,70,72,75,85)
31: 848x480, 16-bit (60,70,72,75,85)
32: 848x480, 32-bit (60,70,72,75,85)
33: 960x600, 8-bit (60,70,72,75,85)
34: 960x600, 16-bit (60,70,72,75,85)
35: 960x600, 32-bit (60,70,72,75,85)
36: 1024x768, 8-bit (60,70,72,75,85)
37: 1024x768, 16-bit (60,70,72,75,85)
38: 1024x768, 32-bit (60,70,72,75,85)
39: 1152x864, 8-bit (60,70,72,75,85)
40: 1152x864, 16-bit (60,70,72,75,85)
41: 1152x864, 32-bit (60,70,72,75,85)
42: 1280x720, 8-bit (60,70,72,75,85)
43: 1280x720, 16-bit (60,70,72,75,85)
44: 1280x720, 32-bit (60,70,72,75,85)
45: 1280x768, 8-bit (60,70,72,75,85)
46: 1280x768, 16-bit (60,70,72,75,85)
47: 1280x768, 32-bit (60,70,72,75,85)
48: 1280x800, 8-bit (60,70,72,75,85)
49: 1280x800, 16-bit (60,70,72,75,85)
50: 1280x800, 32-bit (60,70,72,75,85)
51: 1280x960, 8-bit (60,70,72,75,85)
52: 1280x960, 16-bit (60,70,72,75,85)
53: 1280x960, 32-bit (60,70,72,75,85)
54: 1280x1024, 8-bit (60,70,72,75,85)
55: 1280x1024, 16-bit (60,70,72,75,85)
56: 1280x1024, 32-bit (60,70,72,75,85)
57: 1360x768, 8-bit (60,70,72,75,85)
58: 1360x768, 16-bit (60,70,72,75,85)
59: 1360x768, 32-bit (60,70,72,75,85)
60: 1600x900, 8-bit (60,70,72,75,85)
61: 1600x900, 16-bit (60,70,72,75,85)
62: 1600x900, 32-bit (60,70,72,75,85)
63: 1600x1024, 8-bit (60,70,72,75,85)
64: 1600x1024, 16-bit (60,70,72,75,85)
65: 1600x1024, 32-bit (60,70,72,75,85)
66: 1600x1200, 8-bit (60,70,72,75)
67: 1600x1200, 16-bit (60,70,72,75)
68: 1600x1200, 32-bit (60,70,72,75)
'Pilote d'affichage principal (1152*864)', 69 display modes (enabled)
Display buffer mode = 1
Enumerating DirectSound devices..
Enumeration end
0S: Périphérique audio principal
1S: Audio intégrée Intel(r)
2S: Lecture sur modem n° 0 (émulé)
3S: SoundTap Recorder
4S: Daniusoft Audio Device
5S: SndTDriverV32 Wave
6S: SndTDriverV32 Wave
Enumerating recording devices:
done
Filesystem charset (ACP=1252):
00: 0000 01: 0001 02: 0002 03: 0003
04: 0004 05: 0005 06: 0006 07: 0007
08: 0008 09: 0009 0A: 000A 0B: 000B
0C: 000C 0D: 000D 0E: 000E 0F: 000F
10: 0010 11: 0011 12: 0012 13: 0013
14: 0014 15: 0015 16: 0016 17: 0017
18: 0018 19: 0019 1A: 001A 1B: 001B
1C: 001C 1D: 001D 1E: 001E 1F: 001F
20: 0020 21: 0021 22: 0022 23: 0023
24: 0024 25: 0025 26: 0026 27: 0027
28: 0028 29: 0029 2A: 002A 2B: 002B
2C: 002C 2D: 002D 2E: 002E 2F: 002F
30: 0030 31: 0031 32: 0032 33: 0033
34: 0034 35: 0035 36: 0036 37: 0037
38: 0038 39: 0039 3A: 003A 3B: 003B
3C: 003C 3D: 003D 3E: 003E 3F: 003F
40: 0040 41: 0041 42: 0042 43: 0043
44: 0044 45: 0045 46: 0046 47: 0047
48: 0048 49: 0049 4A: 004A 4B: 004B
4C: 004C 4D: 004D 4E: 004E 4F: 004F
50: 0050 51: 0051 52: 0052 53: 0053
54: 0054 55: 0055 56: 0056 57: 0057
58: 0058 59: 0059 5A: 005A 5B: 005B
5C: 005C 5D: 005D 5E: 005E 5F: 005F
60: 0060 61: 0061 62: 0062 63: 0063
64: 0064 65: 0065 66: 0066 67: 0067
68: 0068 69: 0069 6A: 006A 6B: 006B
6C: 006C 6D: 006D 6E: 006E 6F: 006F
70: 0070 71: 0071 72: 0072 73: 0073
74: 0074 75: 0075 76: 0076 77: 0077
78: 0078 79: 0079 7A: 007A 7B: 007B
7C: 007C 7D: 007D 7E: 007E 7F: 007F
80: 20AC (0080) 81: 0081 82: 201A (0082) 83: 0192 (0083)
84: 201E (0084) 85: 2026 (0085) 86: 2020 (0086) 87: 2021 (0087)
88: 02C6 (0088) 89: 2030 (0089) 8A: 0160 (008A) 8B: 2039 (008B)
8C: 0152 (008C) 8D: 008D 8E: 017D (008E) 8F: 008F
90: 0090 91: 2018 (0091) 92: 2019 (0092) 93: 201C (0093)
94: 201D (0094) 95: 2022 (0095) 96: 2013 (0096) 97: 2014 (0097)
98: 02DC (0098) 99: 2122 (0099) 9A: 0161 (009A) 9B: 203A (009B)
9C: 0153 (009C) 9D: 009D 9E: 017E (009E) 9F: 0178 (009F)
A0: 00A0 A1: 00A1 A2: 00A2 A3: 00A3
A4: 00A4 (20AC) A5: 00A5 A6: 00A6 (0160) A7: 00A7
A8: 00A8 (0161) A9: 00A9 AA: 00AA AB: 00AB
AC: 00AC AD: 00AD AE: 00AE AF: 00AF
B0: 00B0 B1: 00B1 B2: 00B2 B3: 00B3
B4: 00B4 (017D) B5: 00B5 B6: 00B6 B7: 00B7
B8: 00B8 (017E) B9: 00B9 BA: 00BA BB: 00BB
BC: 00BC (0152) BD: 00BD (0153) BE: 00BE (0178) BF: 00BF
C0: 00C0 C1: 00C1 C2: 00C2 C3: 00C3
C4: 00C4 C5: 00C5 C6: 00C6 C7: 00C7
C8: 00C8 C9: 00C9 CA: 00CA CB: 00CB
CC: 00CC CD: 00CD CE: 00CE CF: 00CF
D0: 00D0 D1: 00D1 D2: 00D2 D3: 00D3
D4: 00D4 D5: 00D5 D6: 00D6 D7: 00D7
D8: 00D8 D9: 00D9 DA: 00DA DB: 00DB
DC: 00DC DD: 00DD DE: 00DE DF: 00DF
E0: 00E0 E1: 00E1 E2: 00E2 E3: 00E3
E4: 00E4 E5: 00E5 E6: 00E6 E7: 00E7
E8: 00E8 E9: 00E9 EA: 00EA EB: 00EB
EC: 00EC ED: 00ED EE: 00EE EF: 00EF
F0: 00F0 F1: 00F1 F2: 00F2 F3: 00F3
F4: 00F4 F5: 00F5 F6: 00F6 F7: 00F7
F8: 00F8 F9: 00F9 FA: 00FA FB: 00FB
FC: 00FC FD: 00FD FE: 00FE FF: 00FF
End
CW: No Catweasel detected
PARAPORT: no ParaPort.dll, direct parallel port emulation disabled
IPC: Named Pipe '\\.\pipe\WinUAE_1' open
IPC: Named Pipe '\\.\pipe\WinUAE_COM_1' open
Serial port enumeration..
SERPORT: 'Port de communication (COM1)' = 'COM1' = '\\?\acpi#pnp0501#1#{86e0d1e0-8089-11d0-9ce4-08003e301f73}'
SERPORT: 'Port de communication (COM2)' = 'COM2' = '\\?\acpi#pnp0501#2#{86e0d1e0-8089-11d0-9ce4-08003e301f73}'
SERPORT: 2:'COM3' = '\.\\COM3' (\Device\Winachsf0)
Serial port enumeration end
DirectInput enumeration.. Keyboards..
I=6F1D2B61-D5A0-11CF-BFC7444553540000 P=6F1D2B61-D5A0-11CF-BFC7444553540000
'Clavier' 'Clavier' 00000413 [Keyboard]
DirectInput enumeration.. Pointing devices..
I=6F1D2B60-D5A0-11CF-BFC7444553540000 P=6F1D2B60-D5A0-11CF-BFC7444553540000
'Souris' 'Souris' 00000112 [Mouse]
DirectInput enumeration.. Game controllers..
RawInput enumeration..
RAWINPUT: found 4 devices
00010047 mouse: '\??\ACPI#PNP0F13#3&13c0b0c5&0#{378de44c-56ef-11d1-bc8c-00a0c91405dd}'
id=32 buttons=5 hw=0 rate=100
Windowsmouse initialization..
Catweasel joymouse initialization..
wintab tablet initialization..
Tablet: no wintab32.dll
end
Souris * (PGUID=6F1D2B60-D5A0-11CF-BFC7444553540000):
00 000 'Axe X' (-99,0)
04 004 'Axe Y' (-98,0)
08 008 'Volant' (-97,0)
Souris * (PGUID=6F1D2B60-D5A0-11CF-BFC7444553540000):
0C 012 'Bouton 0' (12,-1)
0D 013 'Bouton 1' (13,-1)
0E 014 'Bouton 2' (14,-1)
0F 015 'Bouton 3' (15,-1)
10 016 'Bouton 4' (16,-1)
08 008 'Volant [-]' (1016,-1)
08 008 'Volant [+]' (1017,-1)
Clavier * (PGUID=6F1D2B61-D5A0-11CF-BFC7444553540000):
01 001 'ECHAP' (0,-1)
02 002 '1' (0,-1)
03 003 '2' (0,-1)
04 004 '3' (0,-1)
05 005 '4' (0,-1)
06 006 '5' (0,-1)
07 007 '6' (0,-1)
08 008 '7' (0,-1)
09 009 '8' (0,-1)
0A 010 '9' (0,-1)
0B 011 '0' (0,-1)
0C 012 '-' (0,-1)
0D 013 '=' (0,-1)
0E 014 'RET.ARR' (0,-1)
0F 015 'TAB' (0,-1)
10 016 'Q' (0,-1)
11 017 'W' (0,-1)
12 018 'E' (0,-1)
13 019 'R' (0,-1)
14 020 'T' (0,-1)
15 021 'Y' (0,-1)
16 022 'U' (0,-1)
17 023 'I' (0,-1)
18 024 'O' (0,-1)
19 025 'P' (0,-1)
1A 026 'ACCENT CIRCONFLEXE' (0,-1)
1B 027 'ç' (0,-1)
1C 028 'ENTREE' (0,-1)
1D 029 'CTRL' (0,-1)
1E 030 'A' (0,-1)
1F 031 'S' (0,-1)
20 032 'D' (0,-1)
21 033 'F' (0,-1)
22 034 'G' (0,-1)
23 035 'H' (0,-1)
24 036 'J' (0,-1)
25 037 'K' (0,-1)
26 038 'L' (0,-1)
27 039 ';' (0,-1)
28 040 'è' (0,-1)
29 041 '/' (0,-1)
2A 042 'MAJ' (0,-1)
2B 043 'à' (0,-1)
2C 044 'Z' (0,-1)
2D 045 'X' (0,-1)
2E 046 'C' (0,-1)
2F 047 'V' (0,-1)
30 048 'B' (0,-1)
31 049 'N' (0,-1)
32 050 'M' (0,-1)
33 051 ',' (0,-1)
34 052 '.' (0,-1)
35 053 'é' (0,-1)
36 054 'MAJ DROITE' (0,-1)
37 055 '*' (0,-1)
38 056 'ALT' (0,-1)
39 057 'ESPACE' (0,-1)
3A 058 'VERR.MAJ' (0,-1)
3B 059 'F1' (0,-1)
3C 060 'F2' (0,-1)
3D 061 'F3' (0,-1)
3E 062 'F4' (0,-1)
3F 063 'F5' (0,-1)
40 064 'F6' (0,-1)
41 065 'F7' (0,-1)
42 066 'F8' (0,-1)
43 067 'F9' (0,-1)
44 068 'F10' (0,-1)
45 069 'Ver.Num' (0,-1)
46 070 'DEFIL' (0,-1)
47 071 '7 (PAVE NUM.)' (0,-1)
48 072 '8 (PAVE NUM.)' (0,-1)
49 073 '9 (PAVE NUM.)' (0,-1)
4A 074 '-' (0,-1)
4B 075 '4 (PAVE NUM.)' (0,-1)
4C 076 '5 (PAVE NUM.)' (0,-1)
4D 077 '6 (PAVE NUM.)' (0,-1)
4E 078 '+' (0,-1)
4F 079 '1 (PAVE NUM.)' (0,-1)
50 080 '2 (PAVE NUM.)' (0,-1)
51 081 '3 (PAVE NUM.)' (0,-1)
52 082 '0 (PAVE NUM.)' (0,-1)
53 083 '. (PAVE NUM.)' (0,-1)
56 086 'ù' (0,-1)
57 087 'F11' (0,-1)
58 088 'F12' (0,-1)
90 144 'Piste précédente' (0,-1)
99 153 'Piste suivante' (0,-1)
9C 156 'ENTREE (PAVE NUM.)' (0,-1)
9D 157 'CTRL DROITE' (0,-1)
A0 160 'Muet' (0,-1)
A1 161 'Calculatrice' (0,-1)
A2 162 'Lecture/Pause' (0,-1)
A4 164 'Média - Arrêt' (0,-1)
AE 174 'Volume -' (0,-1)
B0 176 'Volume +' (0,-1)
B2 178 'Web/Démarrage' (0,-1)
B5 181 '/ (PAVE NUM.)' (0,-1)
B7 183 'Impr.Ecran' (0,-1)
B8 184 'ALT DROITE' (0,-1)
C5 197 'Pause' (0,-1)
C7 199 'ORIGINE' (0,-1)
C8 200 'HAUT' (0,-1)
C9 201 'PG.PREC' (0,-1)
CB 203 'GAUCHE' (0,-1)
CD 205 'DROITE' (0,-1)
CF 207 'FIN' (0,-1)
D0 208 'BAS' (0,-1)
D1 209 'PG.SUIV' (0,-1)
D2 210 'INS' (0,-1)
D3 211 'SUPPR' (0,-1)
DB 219 'WINDOWS GAUCHE' (0,-1)
DC 220 'WINDOWS DROITE' (0,-1)
DD 221 'APPLICATION' (0,-1)
DE 222 'Marche/Arrêt' (0,-1)
DF 223 'Veille' (0,-1)
E3 227 'Sortie de veille' (0,-1)
E5 229 'Rechercher' (0,-1)
E6 230 'Favoris' (0,-1)
E7 231 'Actualiser' (0,-1)
E8 232 'Web - Arrêt' (0,-1)
E9 233 'Forward' (0,-1)
EA 234 'Précédent' (0,-1)
EB 235 'Poste de travail' (0,-1)
EC 236 'Courrier' (0,-1)
ED 237 'Média' (0,-1)
Max Z3FastRAM 623M. Total physical RAM 255M
GetWriteWatch() test ok
load config 'F:\Program Files\WinUAE\Configurations\default.uae':0
load failed
failed to load config 'F:\Program Files\WinUAE\Configurations\default.uae'
LCD: Logitech LCD system not detected
'F:\Program Files\WinUAE\Configurations\configuration.cache' loaded successfully
Entering GUI idle loop
load config 'F:\Program Files\WinUAE\Configurations\Plein-Ecran\James Pond 2 - Codename Robocod.uae':0
wnaspi32.dll version 4.71.2.0
Log (enabled): 'F:\Program Files\WinUAE\winuaelog.txt'




By now it's clear that I have started this thread in the wrong forum.


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Old 04 January 2010, 19:32   #8
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One tiny possibility: make sure you do not have any open handles to CD32 CD (open windows explorer with CD directory open etc..)

EDIT: does physical audio CD work? (in CD32 built-in CD audio player, just insert any audio CD)

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I"m not sure how to get standard cd to play through the emulator.
When I choose CD32 it only opens the ISO directly (EDIT: when I unmount
James Pond II, I get the cd32 opening windows but haven't been able to
trigger the cd player (lost in the interface there)).


But listening to the audio tracks from the Daemon mount through
a music application (windows media) works, so it doesn't seem to
be a Daemon problem. It's just that the new version of Winuae
refuses to make me hear this audio.

I'm not sure I understand correctly "open handles", but I don't have
other audio programs opened when I play Winuae + Daemon.
I don't really use things like audio libraries and whatnot.



Is there supposed to be anything selected in the Hard Drive section?
Nothing is "added" there. I can't open the previous Winuae to know
if I had something configured there. I really just copied and pasted
kickstarts and configurations from the old Winuae folder to the new.


Here is how the Sound Properties are set:


DSOUND: principal audio peripheral

Sound emulation: enabled 100% + automatic switching checked

Volume: 100%
Sound Buffer Size: 7

Settings: Channel Mode: Stereo, Stereo Sep.: 70%, Interpolation: Disabled.

Frequency: 44100, Swap Channel: -, Audio Filter: Emulated (A500)


Drive Sound Emulation: 100% DFO:
A500 (Winuae built-in)

All drivers 4 box checked.



In Output, I see no audio or video codecs selected.
Not sure if that matters.


In Chipset: sound is emulated 100%



I don't think that will give much about any problems.



Thanks,

Talkie



PS: at the intro screen we see "James Pond 3" written on the wall for some reasons. Maybe that's how Kitty got the two titles confused.

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Quote:
Originally Posted by Talkie View Post
I"m not sure how to get standard cd to play through the emulator.
When I choose CD32 it only opens the ISO directly (EDIT: when I unmount
James Pond II, I get the cd32 opening windows but haven't been able to
trigger the cd player (lost in the interface there)).
Insert real physical audio CD in your physical drive when CD32 boot screen is visible. (or before emulation is started, make sure all virtual drives are empty)

Quote:
But listening to the audio tracks from the Daemon mount through
a music application (windows media) works, so it doesn't seem to
be a Daemon problem. It's just that the new version of Winuae
refuses to make me hear this audio.
This does not prove anything. There are at least 3 different ways to play audio cd tracks..

Quote:
Here is how the Sound Properties are set:
Has nothing to do with CD audio. You can even disable sound emulation and audio cds still work.
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ok just did the same test only with the latest beta and still no problems.
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Old 06 January 2010, 22:43   #12
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Dear Toni, thank you for your time.

To complicate matters, one of the audio cd drive plays
through CD32, not the other. But the other is slated as Drive H.
So let's just say: yes the cd audio works for CD32.


Unless.... Unless, if one cd drive won't work, than maybe
the problem is related to why the Daemon drive audio
won't work either.



Wait a minute there...


(10 minutes later)

Ok I seem to have found another problem. My computer
or any program won't recognize any medium in cd drive H.
Darn... This is news as it was full working even 2 weeks ago.
All this says is that Winuae is not at fault for not
recognizing this perticular audio player.



Let's try Daemon again (James Pond II):


Err..... Oh my God!!

It works!!!!


What the ...??


Ok, all I did was checking why my second cd drive wasn't working,
so checked the pilotes for that, tried the update button, tried a few sound applications...

And now James Pond II audio works. How bizarre?


I have to say that the first time I tried the cd drive audio (the one that works), Winuae froze while starting to play the CD (before I heard a single note), and F12 wouldn't even escape Winuae, I had to force-escape through windows, and then the cd audio worked when I restarted Winuae.


Ah well, thanks much Toni, I hope it will stay like this.



Now I just found myself another big problem, but
thankfully not related to this forum.



Cheers,

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Hello,


I'm back. I have lost Winuae cd audio again.


It seems to be related to a major sound problem but I can't seem to understand how Winuaw is affected by this.


I had a cd drive that seemed dead. It would eject tray, but did not appear in device manager, and neither in disk manager (in administration tool), though I would still see the drive's letter in hard drive C. Turns out the cd drive didn't even appear in the BIOS. So, I bought a new cd drive. It works very fine, all applications plays the audio EXCEPT Winuae.
Winuae just show the player and plays "as if" it was working, and I do see the green CD audio led, but no sound comes out.


Now, the other strange thing, is that the letter from my dead cd audio drive (set to H) still appear in C, though the drive is completely unexistant in both disk manager (administration tools) and device manager. now I only see my new cd audio drive in the managers and it's fully functioning.


If it wasn't for Winuae, I would never expect any sound problem. Why is Winuae playing the CD silent? I just de-installed and re-installed Winuae 2.01 minutes ago to make sure it wasn't an installation corruption (or to make sure it recognizes my new player).


The Sound configuration panel doesn't show anything that's muted (default unit is Integrated Audio Intel or something like that).



I would really appreciate help because the CD32 not playing cd audio is driving me nuts. It has been playing for a while until I closed my computer (it seems to be sensible to my other dead cd drive, even when it's now gone). Daemon (which I use for James Pond 2) plays the audio in any other application.



Will I ever finish James Pond 2?? I'm at like, Level 5.


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Hello,

On this thread here, 2 guys had exactly the same problem that I have:

http://eabmobile.abime.net/showthrea...131#post372131


First one solved this by re-arranging his "mixer settings". Err... What "mixer settings"?? The Sound Properties in Winuae? The Windows Sound Panel?
I use default in Winuae, and I see nothing muted or wrong in my Windows Sound Panel. It would have been great if the original guy said exactly what "settings" he changed.


The second guy said he simply activated SPTI. How do you activate SPTI, or more to the point, how do you exactly DE-activate it?? Not only is SPTI set by default, but you can't deactivate it. You can only select one of the
other options (if that's what meant by "deactivating", you're actually "activating" something else, right?). At any rates, I tried the SPTI + SCSI SCAN and it's not working more.


The Cd player of CD32 show the exact time and number of tracks of the cd audio, but when the first track play, it only marks 0.00 (and it's NOT on Pause, I played around). The leds do show green as if there was sound.


Even if my Winuae cd audio functioned for the last 2 weeks, I guess it wasn't a good thing that I never understood the first time what I did to make it work again. It doesn't sound like it's about tweaking the configuration files because I did very little of that, and mostly was playing with the same just a week ago, and had cd audio.



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It only means you have broken drivers or hardware installed. I don't help with generic PC issues, sorry.

You can try latest beta because it uses totally different method to play audio tracks but remember that it is still far from production quality..
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I'll look into drivers but I just installed a new cd driver yesterday, fresh bought, fresh install and all.


I accept that it's a pc issue but it's only Winuae who doesn't get the cd audio sound. I thought buying a new cd drive would solve that. Can you imagine I bought a cd driver just to play James Pond 2? I mean, I needed one, but what prompted me to go to the shop yesterday was "darn, the audio doesn't work in James Pond 2 anymore!". I can listen to cd, burn cd, listen to Daemon audio in Windows Media Player, etc. I just can't get the sound through Winuae. What driver is Winuae using?? Can we get that info in the log? I'll post a new log, in case anyone have an idea what drivers I should delete or what:






Winuaebootlog:

WinUAE 2.0.1 (2009.12.23) (5.1 Service Pack 2 [2]) 32-bit F.7 1
(c) 1995-2001 Bernd Schmidt - Core UAE concept and implementation.
(c) 1998-2009 Toni Wilen - Win32 port, core code updates.
(c) 1996-2001 Brian King - Win32 port, Picasso96 RTG, and GUI.
(c) 1996-1999 Mathias Ortmann - Win32 port and bsdsocket support.
(c) 2000-2001 Bernd Meyer - JIT engine.
(c) 2000-2005 Bernd Roesch - MIDI input, many fixes.
Press F12 to show the Settings Dialog (GUI), Alt-F4 to quit.
End+F1 changes floppy 0, End+F2 changes floppy 1, etc.
'F:\Program Files\WinUAE\winuae.exe'
EXE: 'F:\Program Files\WinUAE\', DATA: 'F:\Program Files\WinUAE\'
CLOCKFREQ: QPF 3.58MHz (3.58MHz, DIV=1)
Max hardware surface size: 2048x2048
DriverCaps: 94c27be3 606afe7c 00000290 12ad54e1 00000000 00000000
DDCAPS_BLT,DDCAPS_BLTQUEUE,DDCAPS_BLTFOURCC,DDCAPS_BLTCOLORFILL,DDCAPS_BLTSTRETCH,DDCAPS_CANBLTSYSMEM,DDCAPS_COLORKEY,DDCAPS_OVERLAY,DDCAPS_3D,DDCAPS_READSCANLINE,DDCAPS2_CANRENDERWINDOWED,DDCAPS2_NOPAGELOCKREQUIRED,DDCAPS2_FLIPNOVSYNC,DDCAPS2_FLIPINTERVAL,DDCAPS2_NONLOCALVIDMEM,DDCAPS2_NONLOCALVIDMEMCAPS,DDCAPS2_WIDESURFACES,DDCKEYCAPS_SRCBLT
HELCaps : f4c08241 00000001 00000200 0003fce3 00000000 00000347
DDCAPS_BLT,DDCAPS_BLTCOLORFILL,DDCAPS_BLTSTRETCH,DDCAPS_CANBLTSYSMEM,DDCAPS_CANCLIP,DDCAPS_CANCLIPSTRETCHED,DDCAPS_COLORKEY,DDCAPS_3D,DDCAPS_PALETTE,DDCAPS2_CERTIFIED,DDCKEYCAPS_SRCBLT
Enumerating display devices..
'Pilote d'affichage principal' 'display' NULL
Sorting devices and modes..
Desktop: W=1152 H=864 B=32. MaxW=1600 MaxH=1200 CXVS=1152 CYVS=864
0: 320x200, 8-bit (60,70,72,75)
1: 320x200, 16-bit (60,70,72,75)
2: 320x200, 32-bit (60,70,72,75)
3: 320x240, 8-bit (60,70,72,75)
4: 320x240, 16-bit (60,70,72,75)
5: 320x240, 32-bit (60,70,72,75)
6: 400x300, 8-bit (60,70,72,75)
7: 400x300, 16-bit (60,70,72,75)
8: 400x300, 32-bit (60,70,72,75)
9: 480x360, 8-bit (60,70,72,75)
10: 480x360, 16-bit (60,70,72,75)
11: 480x360, 32-bit (60,70,72,75)
12: 512x384, 8-bit (60,70,72,75)
13: 512x384, 16-bit (60,70,72,75)
14: 512x384, 32-bit (60,70,72,75)
15: 640x400, 8-bit (60,70,72,75)
16: 640x400, 16-bit (60,70,72,75)
17: 640x400, 32-bit (60,70,72,75)
18: 640x480, 8-bit (60,70,72,75,85)
19: 640x480, 16-bit (60,70,72,75,85)
20: 640x480, 32-bit (60,70,72,75,85)
21: 720x480, 8-bit (60)
22: 720x480, 16-bit (60)
23: 720x480, 32-bit (60)
24: 720x576, 8-bit (!50,60)
25: 720x576, 16-bit (!50,60)
26: 720x576, 32-bit (!50,60)
27: 800x600, 8-bit (60,70,72,75,85)
28: 800x600, 16-bit (60,70,72,75,85)
29: 800x600, 32-bit (60,70,72,75,85)
30: 848x480, 8-bit (60,70,72,75,85)
31: 848x480, 16-bit (60,70,72,75,85)
32: 848x480, 32-bit (60,70,72,75,85)
33: 960x600, 8-bit (60,70,72,75,85)
34: 960x600, 16-bit (60,70,72,75,85)
35: 960x600, 32-bit (60,70,72,75,85)
36: 1024x768, 8-bit (60,70,72,75,85)
37: 1024x768, 16-bit (60,70,72,75,85)
38: 1024x768, 32-bit (60,70,72,75,85)
39: 1152x864, 8-bit (60,70,72,75,85)
40: 1152x864, 16-bit (60,70,72,75,85)
41: 1152x864, 32-bit (60,70,72,75,85)
42: 1280x720, 8-bit (60,70,72,75,85)
43: 1280x720, 16-bit (60,70,72,75,85)
44: 1280x720, 32-bit (60,70,72,75,85)
45: 1280x768, 8-bit (60,70,72,75,85)
46: 1280x768, 16-bit (60,70,72,75,85)
47: 1280x768, 32-bit (60,70,72,75,85)
48: 1280x800, 8-bit (60,70,72,75,85)
49: 1280x800, 16-bit (60,70,72,75,85)
50: 1280x800, 32-bit (60,70,72,75,85)
51: 1280x960, 8-bit (60,70,72,75,85)
52: 1280x960, 16-bit (60,70,72,75,85)
53: 1280x960, 32-bit (60,70,72,75,85)
54: 1280x1024, 8-bit (60,70,72,75,85)
55: 1280x1024, 16-bit (60,70,72,75,85)
56: 1280x1024, 32-bit (60,70,72,75,85)
57: 1360x768, 8-bit (60,70,72,75,85)
58: 1360x768, 16-bit (60,70,72,75,85)
59: 1360x768, 32-bit (60,70,72,75,85)
60: 1600x900, 8-bit (60,70,72,75,85)
61: 1600x900, 16-bit (60,70,72,75,85)
62: 1600x900, 32-bit (60,70,72,75,85)
63: 1600x1024, 8-bit (60,70,72,75,85)
64: 1600x1024, 16-bit (60,70,72,75,85)
65: 1600x1024, 32-bit (60,70,72,75,85)
66: 1600x1200, 8-bit (60,70,72,75)
67: 1600x1200, 16-bit (60,70,72,75)
68: 1600x1200, 32-bit (60,70,72,75)
'Pilote d'affichage principal (1152*864)', 69 display modes (enabled)
Display buffer mode = 1
Enumerating DirectSound devices..
Enumeration end
0S: Périphérique audio principal
1S: Audio intégrée Intel(r)
2S: Lecture sur modem n° 0 (émulé)
3S: SoundTap Recorder
4S: Daniusoft Audio Device
5S: SndTDriverV32 Wave
6S: SndTDriverV32 Wave
Enumerating recording devices:
done
Filesystem charset (ACP=1252):
00: 0000 01: 0001 02: 0002 03: 0003
04: 0004 05: 0005 06: 0006 07: 0007
08: 0008 09: 0009 0A: 000A 0B: 000B
0C: 000C 0D: 000D 0E: 000E 0F: 000F
10: 0010 11: 0011 12: 0012 13: 0013
14: 0014 15: 0015 16: 0016 17: 0017
18: 0018 19: 0019 1A: 001A 1B: 001B
1C: 001C 1D: 001D 1E: 001E 1F: 001F
20: 0020 21: 0021 22: 0022 23: 0023
24: 0024 25: 0025 26: 0026 27: 0027
28: 0028 29: 0029 2A: 002A 2B: 002B
2C: 002C 2D: 002D 2E: 002E 2F: 002F
30: 0030 31: 0031 32: 0032 33: 0033
34: 0034 35: 0035 36: 0036 37: 0037
38: 0038 39: 0039 3A: 003A 3B: 003B
3C: 003C 3D: 003D 3E: 003E 3F: 003F
40: 0040 41: 0041 42: 0042 43: 0043
44: 0044 45: 0045 46: 0046 47: 0047
48: 0048 49: 0049 4A: 004A 4B: 004B
4C: 004C 4D: 004D 4E: 004E 4F: 004F
50: 0050 51: 0051 52: 0052 53: 0053
54: 0054 55: 0055 56: 0056 57: 0057
58: 0058 59: 0059 5A: 005A 5B: 005B
5C: 005C 5D: 005D 5E: 005E 5F: 005F
60: 0060 61: 0061 62: 0062 63: 0063
64: 0064 65: 0065 66: 0066 67: 0067
68: 0068 69: 0069 6A: 006A 6B: 006B
6C: 006C 6D: 006D 6E: 006E 6F: 006F
70: 0070 71: 0071 72: 0072 73: 0073
74: 0074 75: 0075 76: 0076 77: 0077
78: 0078 79: 0079 7A: 007A 7B: 007B
7C: 007C 7D: 007D 7E: 007E 7F: 007F
80: 20AC (0080) 81: 0081 82: 201A (0082) 83: 0192 (0083)
84: 201E (0084) 85: 2026 (0085) 86: 2020 (0086) 87: 2021 (0087)
88: 02C6 (0088) 89: 2030 (0089) 8A: 0160 (008A) 8B: 2039 (008B)
8C: 0152 (008C) 8D: 008D 8E: 017D (008E) 8F: 008F
90: 0090 91: 2018 (0091) 92: 2019 (0092) 93: 201C (0093)
94: 201D (0094) 95: 2022 (0095) 96: 2013 (0096) 97: 2014 (0097)
98: 02DC (0098) 99: 2122 (0099) 9A: 0161 (009A) 9B: 203A (009B)
9C: 0153 (009C) 9D: 009D 9E: 017E (009E) 9F: 0178 (009F)
A0: 00A0 A1: 00A1 A2: 00A2 A3: 00A3
A4: 00A4 (20AC) A5: 00A5 A6: 00A6 (0160) A7: 00A7
A8: 00A8 (0161) A9: 00A9 AA: 00AA AB: 00AB
AC: 00AC AD: 00AD AE: 00AE AF: 00AF
B0: 00B0 B1: 00B1 B2: 00B2 B3: 00B3
B4: 00B4 (017D) B5: 00B5 B6: 00B6 B7: 00B7
B8: 00B8 (017E) B9: 00B9 BA: 00BA BB: 00BB
BC: 00BC (0152) BD: 00BD (0153) BE: 00BE (0178) BF: 00BF
C0: 00C0 C1: 00C1 C2: 00C2 C3: 00C3
C4: 00C4 C5: 00C5 C6: 00C6 C7: 00C7
C8: 00C8 C9: 00C9 CA: 00CA CB: 00CB
CC: 00CC CD: 00CD CE: 00CE CF: 00CF
D0: 00D0 D1: 00D1 D2: 00D2 D3: 00D3
D4: 00D4 D5: 00D5 D6: 00D6 D7: 00D7
D8: 00D8 D9: 00D9 DA: 00DA DB: 00DB
DC: 00DC DD: 00DD DE: 00DE DF: 00DF
E0: 00E0 E1: 00E1 E2: 00E2 E3: 00E3
E4: 00E4 E5: 00E5 E6: 00E6 E7: 00E7
E8: 00E8 E9: 00E9 EA: 00EA EB: 00EB
EC: 00EC ED: 00ED EE: 00EE EF: 00EF
F0: 00F0 F1: 00F1 F2: 00F2 F3: 00F3
F4: 00F4 F5: 00F5 F6: 00F6 F7: 00F7
F8: 00F8 F9: 00F9 FA: 00FA FB: 00FB
FC: 00FC FD: 00FD FE: 00FE FF: 00FF
End
CW: No Catweasel detected
PARAPORT: no ParaPort.dll, direct parallel port emulation disabled
IPC: Named Pipe '\\.\pipe\WinUAE' open
IPC: Named Pipe '\\.\pipe\WinUAE_COM' open
Serial port enumeration..
SERPORT: 'Port de communication (COM1)' = 'COM1' = '\\?\acpi#pnp0501#1#{86e0d1e0-8089-11d0-9ce4-08003e301f73}'
SERPORT: 'Port de communication (COM2)' = 'COM2' = '\\?\acpi#pnp0501#2#{86e0d1e0-8089-11d0-9ce4-08003e301f73}'
SERPORT: 2:'COM3' = '\.\\COM3' (\Device\Winachsf0)
Serial port enumeration end
DirectInput enumeration.. Keyboards..
I=6F1D2B61-D5A0-11CF-BFC7444553540000 P=6F1D2B61-D5A0-11CF-BFC7444553540000
'Clavier' 'Clavier' 00000413 [Keyboard]
DirectInput enumeration.. Pointing devices..
I=6F1D2B60-D5A0-11CF-BFC7444553540000 P=6F1D2B60-D5A0-11CF-BFC7444553540000
'Souris' 'Souris' 00000112 [Mouse]
DirectInput enumeration.. Game controllers..
RawInput enumeration..
RAWINPUT: found 4 devices
00010047 mouse: '\??\ACPI#PNP0F13#3&13c0b0c5&0#{378de44c-56ef-11d1-bc8c-00a0c91405dd}'
id=32 buttons=5 hw=0 rate=100
Windowsmouse initialization..
Catweasel joymouse initialization..
wintab tablet initialization..
Tablet: no wintab32.dll
end
Souris * (PGUID=6F1D2B60-D5A0-11CF-BFC7444553540000):
00 000 'Axe X' (-99,0)
04 004 'Axe Y' (-98,0)
08 008 'Volant' (-97,0)
Souris * (PGUID=6F1D2B60-D5A0-11CF-BFC7444553540000):
0C 012 'Bouton 0' (12,-1)
0D 013 'Bouton 1' (13,-1)
0E 014 'Bouton 2' (14,-1)
0F 015 'Bouton 3' (15,-1)
10 016 'Bouton 4' (16,-1)
08 008 'Volant [-]' (1016,-1)
08 008 'Volant [+]' (1017,-1)
Clavier * (PGUID=6F1D2B61-D5A0-11CF-BFC7444553540000):
01 001 'ECHAP' (0,-1)
02 002 '1' (0,-1)
03 003 '2' (0,-1)
04 004 '3' (0,-1)
05 005 '4' (0,-1)
06 006 '5' (0,-1)
07 007 '6' (0,-1)
08 008 '7' (0,-1)
09 009 '8' (0,-1)
0A 010 '9' (0,-1)
0B 011 '0' (0,-1)
0C 012 '-' (0,-1)
0D 013 '=' (0,-1)
0E 014 'RET.ARR' (0,-1)
0F 015 'TAB' (0,-1)
10 016 'Q' (0,-1)
11 017 'W' (0,-1)
12 018 'E' (0,-1)
13 019 'R' (0,-1)
14 020 'T' (0,-1)
15 021 'Y' (0,-1)
16 022 'U' (0,-1)
17 023 'I' (0,-1)
18 024 'O' (0,-1)
19 025 'P' (0,-1)
1A 026 'ACCENT CIRCONFLEXE' (0,-1)
1B 027 'ç' (0,-1)
1C 028 'ENTREE' (0,-1)
1D 029 'CTRL' (0,-1)
1E 030 'A' (0,-1)
1F 031 'S' (0,-1)
20 032 'D' (0,-1)
21 033 'F' (0,-1)
22 034 'G' (0,-1)
23 035 'H' (0,-1)
24 036 'J' (0,-1)
25 037 'K' (0,-1)
26 038 'L' (0,-1)
27 039 ';' (0,-1)
28 040 'è' (0,-1)
29 041 '/' (0,-1)
2A 042 'MAJ' (0,-1)
2B 043 'à' (0,-1)
2C 044 'Z' (0,-1)
2D 045 'X' (0,-1)
2E 046 'C' (0,-1)
2F 047 'V' (0,-1)
30 048 'B' (0,-1)
31 049 'N' (0,-1)
32 050 'M' (0,-1)
33 051 ',' (0,-1)
34 052 '.' (0,-1)
35 053 'é' (0,-1)
36 054 'MAJ DROITE' (0,-1)
37 055 '*' (0,-1)
38 056 'ALT' (0,-1)
39 057 'ESPACE' (0,-1)
3A 058 'VERR.MAJ' (0,-1)
3B 059 'F1' (0,-1)
3C 060 'F2' (0,-1)
3D 061 'F3' (0,-1)
3E 062 'F4' (0,-1)
3F 063 'F5' (0,-1)
40 064 'F6' (0,-1)
41 065 'F7' (0,-1)
42 066 'F8' (0,-1)
43 067 'F9' (0,-1)
44 068 'F10' (0,-1)
45 069 'Ver.Num' (0,-1)
46 070 'DEFIL' (0,-1)
47 071 '7 (PAVE NUM.)' (0,-1)
48 072 '8 (PAVE NUM.)' (0,-1)
49 073 '9 (PAVE NUM.)' (0,-1)
4A 074 '-' (0,-1)
4B 075 '4 (PAVE NUM.)' (0,-1)
4C 076 '5 (PAVE NUM.)' (0,-1)
4D 077 '6 (PAVE NUM.)' (0,-1)
4E 078 '+' (0,-1)
4F 079 '1 (PAVE NUM.)' (0,-1)
50 080 '2 (PAVE NUM.)' (0,-1)
51 081 '3 (PAVE NUM.)' (0,-1)
52 082 '0 (PAVE NUM.)' (0,-1)
53 083 '. (PAVE NUM.)' (0,-1)
56 086 'ù' (0,-1)
57 087 'F11' (0,-1)
58 088 'F12' (0,-1)
90 144 'Piste précédente' (0,-1)
99 153 'Piste suivante' (0,-1)
9C 156 'ENTREE (PAVE NUM.)' (0,-1)
9D 157 'CTRL DROITE' (0,-1)
A0 160 'Muet' (0,-1)
A1 161 'Calculatrice' (0,-1)
A2 162 'Lecture/Pause' (0,-1)
A4 164 'Média - Arrêt' (0,-1)
AE 174 'Volume -' (0,-1)
B0 176 'Volume +' (0,-1)
B2 178 'Web/Démarrage' (0,-1)
B5 181 '/ (PAVE NUM.)' (0,-1)
B7 183 'Impr.Ecran' (0,-1)
B8 184 'ALT DROITE' (0,-1)
C5 197 'Pause' (0,-1)
C7 199 'ORIGINE' (0,-1)
C8 200 'HAUT' (0,-1)
C9 201 'PG.PREC' (0,-1)
CB 203 'GAUCHE' (0,-1)
CD 205 'DROITE' (0,-1)
CF 207 'FIN' (0,-1)
D0 208 'BAS' (0,-1)
D1 209 'PG.SUIV' (0,-1)
D2 210 'INS' (0,-1)
D3 211 'SUPPR' (0,-1)
DB 219 'WINDOWS GAUCHE' (0,-1)
DC 220 'WINDOWS DROITE' (0,-1)
DD 221 'APPLICATION' (0,-1)
DE 222 'Marche/Arrêt' (0,-1)
DF 223 'Veille' (0,-1)
E3 227 'Sortie de veille' (0,-1)
E5 229 'Rechercher' (0,-1)
E6 230 'Favoris' (0,-1)
E7 231 'Actualiser' (0,-1)
E8 232 'Web - Arrêt' (0,-1)
E9 233 'Forward' (0,-1)
EA 234 'Précédent' (0,-1)
EB 235 'Poste de travail' (0,-1)
EC 236 'Courrier' (0,-1)
ED 237 'Média' (0,-1)
Max Z3FastRAM 575M. Total physical RAM 255M
GetWriteWatch() test ok
load config '.\Configurations\default.uae':0
load failed
failed to load config '.\Configurations\default.uae'
LCD: Logitech LCD system not detected
'.\Configurations\configuration.cache' loaded successfully
Entering GUI idle loop
load config '.\Configurations\Plein-Ecran\James Pond 2 - Codename Robocod.uae':0
wnaspi32.dll version 4.71.2.0
Log (enabled): 'F:\Program Files\WinUAE\winuaelog.txt'
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2010-01-22 03:10:12
12-627: WinUAE 2.0.1 (2009.12.23) (5.1 Service Pack 2 [2]) 32-bit F.7 1
(c) 1995-2001 Bernd Schmidt - Core UAE concept and implementation.
(c) 1998-2009 Toni Wilen - Win32 port, core code updates.
(c) 1996-2001 Brian King - Win32 port, Picasso96 RTG, and GUI.
(c) 1996-1999 Mathias Ortmann - Win32 port and bsdsocket support.
(c) 2000-2001 Bernd Meyer - JIT engine.
(c) 2000-2005 Bernd Roesch - MIDI input, many fixes.
Press F12 to show the Settings Dialog (GUI), Alt-F4 to quit.
End+F1 changes floppy 0, End+F2 changes floppy 1, etc.
12-627: 'F:\Program Files\WinUAE\winuae.exe'
12-627: EXE: 'F:\Program Files\WinUAE\', DATA: 'F:\Program Files\WinUAE\'
12-627: NATMEM: Our special area: 0x042E0000-0x142E0000 (10000000 256M)
12-627: shmget of size 65536 (64k) for rtarea
12-627: VirtualAlloc 00F00000 - 00F10000 10000 (64k) ok
12-627: uaegfx.card magic code: 00F0176C-00F018AA ABI=00000000
12-647: shmget of size 65536 (64k) for filesys
12-647: shmget of size 524288 (512k) for kick
12-647: VirtualAlloc 00F80000 - 01000020 80020 (512k) ok
12-647: Entered action_replay_load ()
12-647: shmget of size 2097152 (2048k) for chip
12-647: VirtualAlloc 00000000 - 00200020 200020 (2048k) ok
12-647: ROM loader..
12-667: shmget of size 524288 (512k) for rom_e0
12-667: VirtualAlloc 00E00000 - 00E80000 80000 (512k) ok
12-707: Known ROM 'CD32 KS ROM v3.1' loaded
12-707: ROM loader end
12-717: memory init end
12-767: No disk in drive 0.
12-767: Resetting frame rate hack
12-767: CPU cycleunit: 256 (0.500)
12-767: Building CPU table for configuration: 68020 prefetch 24-bit
12-877: 1879 CPU functions
12-877: Building CPU, 45954 opcodes (2 1 1)
12-877: CPU=68020, FPU=0, MMU=0, JIT=0.
12-877: CPUID level=2, Family=15, Model=0, Mask=7, Vendor=GenuineIntel [0]
12-877: JIT: Setting signal handler
12-877: JIT: Building Compiler function table
12-877: JIT: Supposedly 42346 compileable opcodes!
12-897: DirectDraw GUID=NULL
12-897: W=1152 H=864 B=32 CT=9
12-937: winuae_active(0)
12-957: set_ddraw: refresh rate 0 not supported
12-957: set_ddraw: trying 640x480, bits=32, refreshrate=0
13-488: Created 640x480x32 (0016A610) surface in DefaultRAM (1)
13-498: Created 48x48x32 (00169958) surface in DefaultRAM (1) hardware colorkey
13-518: Created 48x48x32 (0016FCB8) surface in DefaultRAM (1)
13-528: Created 800x11x32 (0016AFE0) surface in DefaultRAM (1)
13-528: DDRAW: primary surface 0016A740, secondary 0016A610 (640x480x32) bb=2
13-538: set_ddraw: 640x480@32-bytes
13-678: Resetting frame rate hack
13-678: CPU cycleunit: 256 (0.500)
13-688: clipboard: reset (00000000)
14-079: memory init end
14-079: Reset at 00000000
14-119: 00000000 2048K/1 = 2048K Chip memory
14-119: 00200000 8704K/0 = 8704K <none>
14-129: 00A80000 512K/1 = 512K Kickstart ROM (1E62D4A5)
14-129: =CD32 KS ROM v3.1 rev 40.60 (512k)
14-129: 00B00000 512K/1 = 512K Extended Kickstart ROM (87746BE2)
14-129: =CD32 extended ROM rev 40.60 (512k)
14-159: 00B80000 64K/0 = 64K Akiko
14-159: 00B90000 384K/0 = 384K <none>
14-159: 00BF0000 64K/0 = 64K CIA
14-159: 00C00000 1792K/0 = 1792K <none>
14-159: 00DC0000 64K/0 = 64K Battery backed up clock (none)
14-159: 00DD0000 64K/0 = 64K <none>
14-159: 00DE0000 128K/0 = 128K Custom chipset
14-159: 00E00000 512K/1 = 512K Extended Kickstart ROM (87746BE2)
14-159: =CD32 extended ROM rev 40.60 (512k)
14-169: 00E80000 64K/0 = 64K Autoconfig
14-169: 00E90000 960K/0 = 960K <none>
14-169: 00F80000 512K/1 = 512K Kickstart ROM (1E62D4A5)
14-169: =CD32 KS ROM v3.1 rev 40.60 (512k)
14-299: SPTI: unit 0 '\\?\ide#cdromhl-dt-st_dvd-ram_gh22np20_______________1.04____#5&9c7792f&0&0.0.0#{53f56308-b6bf-11d0-94f2-00a0c91efb8b}' added
14-299: SCSI CAPS: BusType=3, MaxTransfer=0x00020000, Mask=0x00000001
14-299: SPTI: unit 0 opened [ATAPI], media inserted, 'HL-DT-STDVD-RAM GH22NP201.04'
14-299: SPTI: unit 0 closed
14-299: SPTI: unit 1 '\\?\scsi#cdrom&ven_kv3233t&prod_evs429a&rev_1.01#5&2d5d0db8&3&000#{53f56308-b6bf-11d0-94f2-00a0c91efb8b}' added
14-299: SCSI CAPS: BusType=1, MaxTransfer=0x00020000, Mask=0x00000000
14-299: SPTI: unit 1 opened [ATAPI], media inserted, 'KV3233T EVS429A 1.01'
14-299: SPTI: unit 1 closed
14-299: support_scsi = 1 support_ioctl = 1
14-299: IOCTL: FSCTL_ALLOW_EXTENDED_DASD_IO returned 1
14-299: IOCTL: device '\\.\D:' opened succesfully (unit number=0,media=1)
14-299: Drive D:: CD32 or CDTV [CD32.TM]
14-439: IOCTL: FSCTL_ALLOW_EXTENDED_DASD_IO returned 1
14-559: IOCTL: device '\\.\E:' opened succesfully (unit number=1,media=1)
14-569: Drive E:: Audio CD
14-599: IOCTL: FSCTL_ALLOW_EXTENDED_DASD_IO returned 87
14-599: IOCTL: device '\\.\H:' opened succesfully (unit number=2,media=0)
14-599: Drive H:: can't read TOC
14-599: IOCTL: FSCTL_ALLOW_EXTENDED_DASD_IO returned 1
14-609: IOCTL: device '\\.\D:' opened succesfully (unit number=0,media=1)
14-609: using drive Drive D: (unit 0, media 1)
14-609: Thread 'akiko' started (688)
14-619: BEAMCON0 0000 -> 0020
14-650: P96FREQ: 312*50 = 15600 / 50 = 312
14-650: PAL mode V=50Hz H=15600Hz (227x312)
14-790: hardreset, memory cleared
15-000: media changed = 1
16-172: DSSOUND: 00140004 1:00000000 2:00000000 4:00000033 4:00000603 4:00000107 6:0000003F 6:0000060F
16-172: DSSOUND: 00000000,CH=2,FREQ=44100 'Périphérique audio principal' buffer 131072 (524288), dist 32768
16-472 [1 000x051]: DSSOUND: 1308 = (1323 - 15)
16-472 [1 000x051]: DSSOUND: bs=1024 w=81920 max=131072 tof=174762 tuf=233016
16-632 [6 011x000]: SERIAL: period=372, baud=9600, hsyncs=16, bits=8, PC=f8018a
16-672 [6 075x007]: B-Trap f201 at f80cb0 (05260CB0)
17-444 [41 000x000]: P96FREQ: 312*50 = 15600 / 50 = 312
17-444 [41 000x000]: PAL mode V=50Hz H=15600Hz (227x312)
17-504 [44 000x000]: P96FREQ: 312*50 = 15600 / 50 = 312
17-504 [44 000x000]: PAL mode V=50Hz H=15600Hz (227x312)
17-984 [68 000x000]: P96FREQ: 312*50 = 15600 / 50 = 312
17-984 [68 000x000]: PAL mode V=50Hz H=15600Hz (227x312)
18-976 [119 000x000]: P96FREQ: 312*50 = 15600 / 50 = 312
18-976 [119 000x000]: PAL mode V=50Hz H=15600Hz (227x312)
22-801 [303 037x180]: IOCTL: FSCTL_ALLOW_EXTENDED_DASD_IO returned 1
25-876 [461 000x000]: P96FREQ: 312*50 = 15600 / 50 = 312
25-876 [461 000x000]: PAL mode interlaced V=50Hz H=15600Hz (227x312)
26-617 [498 000x000]: P96FREQ: 312*50 = 15600 / 50 = 312
26-617 [498 000x000]: PAL mode V=50Hz H=15600Hz (227x312)
31-654 [750 000x000]: blitter is active, forcing immediate finish
31-654 [750 000x000]: forcing blitter finish
43-411 [1338 000x000]: P96FREQ: 312*50 = 15600 / 50 = 312
43-411 [1338 000x000]: PAL mode V=50Hz H=15600Hz (227x312)
43-491 [1342 037x049]: tried to play data track 1!
56-650 [2000 000x000]: blitter is active, forcing immediate finish
56-650 [2000 000x000]: forcing blitter finish
2010-01-22 03:11:25
25-241 [3429 070x263]: tried to play data track 1!
26-012 [3468 000x000]: P96FREQ: 312*50 = 15600 / 50 = 312
26-012 [3468 000x000]: PAL mode V=50Hz H=15600Hz (227x312)
30-819 [3707 000x000]: P96FREQ: 312*50 = 15600 / 50 = 312
30-819 [3707 000x000]: PAL mode V=50Hz H=15600Hz (227x312)
37-398 [4036 000x000]: P96FREQ: 312*50 = 15600 / 50 = 312
37-398 [4036 000x000]: PAL mode V=50Hz H=15600Hz (227x312)
38-430 [4082 014x235]: MCIErr: MCI_PLAY: 262 = 'Il y a un problème avec votre périphérique multimédia. Assurez-vous qu'il fonctionne correctement ou contactez le fabricant du périphérique.'
56-075 [4935 226x312]: MCIErr: MCI_RESUME: 262 = 'Il y a un problème avec votre périphérique multimédia. Assurez-vous qu'il fonctionne correctement ou contactez le fabricant du périphérique.'
56-125 [4938 052x141]: MCIErr: MCI_PLAY: 262 = 'Il y a un problème avec votre périphérique multimédia. Assurez-vous qu'il fonctionne correctement ou contactez le fabricant du périphérique.'
56-175 [4941 000x000]: MCIErr: MCI_RESUME: 262 = 'Il y a un problème avec votre périphérique multimédia. Assurez-vous qu'il fonctionne correctement ou contactez le fabricant du périphérique.'
57-487 [5000 000x000]: blitter is active, forcing immediate finish
57-487 [5000 000x000]: forcing blitter finish
2010-01-22 03:12:03
03-186 [5250 000x000]: blitter is active, forcing immediate finish
03-186 [5250 000x000]: forcing blitter finish
08-914 [5500 000x000]: blitter is active, forcing immediate finish
08-914 [5500 000x000]: forcing blitter finish
09-685 [5530 000x000]: winuae_inactive(0)
11-498 [5530 000x000]: winuae_active(0)
11-508 [5530 000x000]: MCIErr: MCI_RESUME: 262 = 'Il y a un problème avec votre périphérique multimédia. Assurez-vous qu'il fonctionne correctement ou contactez le fabricant du périphérique.'
11-558 [0 066x175]: DSSOUND: 841 = (882 - 41)
11-558 [0 066x175]: DSSOUND: bs=1024 w=81920 max=131072 tof=174762 tuf=233016
12-529: winuae_inactive(0)
13-851: DSSOUND: DirectSound driver freed
13-851: MCIErr: MCI_RESUME: 303 = 'Impossible d'exécuter la commande spécifiée sur un périphérique à ouverture automatique. Attendez que le périphérique soit fermé, et réessayez.'
13-851: MCIErr: MCI_STOP: 303 = 'Impossible d'exécuter la commande spécifiée sur un périphérique à ouverture automatique. Attendez que le périphérique soit fermé, et réessayez.'
13-851: MCIErr: MCI_PAUSE: 303 = 'Impossible d'exécuter la commande spécifiée sur un périphérique à ouverture automatique. Attendez que le périphérique soit fermé, et réessayez.'
13-851: MCIErr: MCI_RESUME: 262 = 'Il y a un problème avec votre périphérique multimédia. Assurez-vous qu'il fonctionne correctement ou contactez le fabricant du périphérique.'
13-871: MCIErr: MCI_RESUME: 303 = 'Impossible d'exécuter la commande spécifiée sur un périphérique à ouverture automatique. Attendez que le périphérique soit fermé, et réessayez.'
13-871: MCIErr: MCI_STOP: 303 = 'Impossible d'exécuter la commande spécifiée sur un périphérique à ouverture automatique. Attendez que le périphérique soit fermé, et réessayez.'
13-871: MCIErr: MCI_PAUSE: 303 = 'Impossible d'exécuter la commande spécifiée sur un périphérique à ouverture automatique. Attendez que le périphérique soit fermé, et réessayez.'
13-871: MCIErr: MCI_STOP: 303 = 'Impossible d'exécuter la commande spécifiée sur un périphérique à ouverture automatique. Attendez que le périphérique soit fermé, et réessayez.'
13-871: MCIErr: MCI_CLOSE: 303 = 'Impossible d'exécuter la commande spécifiée sur un périphérique à ouverture automatique. Attendez que le périphérique soit fermé, et réessayez.'




They are many messages at the end about the impossibility to execute a command on a peripheric that is automatic. They say to wait that the peripheric is closed and retry. Hmmm...



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Old 22 January 2010, 10:57   #18
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That error message is bogus, I have always seen the same weird message when anything goes wrong

Anyway, try the beta, just to confirm new method works (even if you get jittery sound or something). Old MCI method is now considered obsolete and I don't really bother with it anymore.
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Ok, the beta version WORKS!!!! Like a charm!! (no jittering sound noticed yet as I used the same James Pond 2 configuration file as before).



Hardware and drivers problems, huh? ;-)


Ok, now, I hope WinUAE 2.02 gets out soon because it sounds like exactly what I need.


Cheers!!


(I wonder if the Beta will accept my saves states...)


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PS: I insist that the Beta is different, because I had de-installed and fresh-installed a couple of the recent WinUAE all with the same results (no cd audio since I closed my computer last week). Now everything is back to normal.
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Ok, the beta version WORKS!!!! Like a charm!! (no jittering sound noticed yet as I used the same James Pond 2 configuration file as before).
Great.

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Hardware and drivers problems, huh? ;-)
Yes. Beta uses completely totally really very different way of playing audio tracks. Old used ancient MCI API that works like "play track 1, please" and then something happened somewhere, beta is basically audio CD ripper that reads the raw audio data sectors from CD and plays it using standard audio API.

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Ok, now, I hope WinUAE 2.02 gets out soon because it sounds like exactly what I need.
1-2 months at least..

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Old state files should "always" work (if there are no stupid bugs)
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