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How do you use the VMU in nullDC?

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Frankinberry

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Every time I play a game it says my vmu is corrupt or that there isn't enough blocks in the vmu. Now when you go to Options -> Maple -> Port A -> Subdevice it'll say "VMU: vmu_data_port01.bin" but it's all grey and I can't click on it. So... and I missing some sort of file or does nullDC just not like me?

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Nvm I forgot you had to format the VMU... now to see if you can delete a topic...hmm

Edited by Frankinberry, 19 February 2008 - 03:37 AM.


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Format VMUs in the Dreamcast BIOS menu, and try again.

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Format VMUs in the Dreamcast BIOS menu, and try again.

Okay noob time....How do you acess the BIOS menu?

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Format VMUs in the Dreamcast BIOS menu, and try again.

Okay noob time....How do you acess the BIOS menu?

The BIOS menu is the Dreamcast menu screen before you insert a disc. Just load the bios, without loading the game first.

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Format VMUs in the Dreamcast BIOS menu, and try again.

Okay noob time....How do you acess the BIOS menu?

The BIOS menu is the Dreamcast menu screen before you insert a disc. Just load the bios, without loading the game first.

thanks for the help




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