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Rampage4ever

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i downloaded Rc262 and i dont kno how to use it.could someone help me out on this i'm new to the whole emulation thing.well not new but as far as changing names and all that i am cuz i'm trying to get into arcade emulationi never had to change any name or paths before.any help would be greatly appreciated :)

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You guys are making this harder than it's supposed to be. To be honest I just renamed the roms with Windows itself. Right click'd on each rom and renamed it. This is how it would work..

Originally all roms start like this:

svc_ .rom or svc- .rom

Rename It:

svc_ .rom and svc- .rom TO 269- .bin

Example:

svc-m1.rom Rename It To: 269-m1.bin

Then you do that for all the roms and zip them all up back to svcplus.zip and run it in James's MAME. ( http://svcmame.cjb.net ) :D

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You guys are making this harder than it's supposed to be. To be honest I just renamed the roms with Windows itself. Right click'd on each rom and renamed it. This is how it would work..

Originally all roms start like this:

svc_  .rom or svc-  .rom

Rename It:

svc_  .rom and svc-  .rom  TO  269-  .bin

Example:

svc-m1.rom Rename It To: 269-m1.bin

Then you do that for all the roms and zip them all up back to svcplus.zip and run it in James's MAME. ( http://svcmame.cjb.net ) :D

Hey GameCop I know its easy to do
but it dose'nt come out right for me
for exmple....I have "svc-p1.rom" on screen it shows up with the icon of the rom and the name "scv-p1" I rename it with windows but in the zip file it comes out like
"269-p1.bin.rom" but dose'nt work.........HELP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Ah i see.. oopsie. See you got to set it in your windows folder options. :D

Do this..

1) Click Tools at the top in the svcplus folder
2) Click Folder Options in the drop down menu
3) Click on the View Tab
4) Scroll through the list in the Advanced Settings Box
5) UnCheck "Hide Extensions For Known File Types"
6) Click APPLY then OK

That should do it and you should be able to rename the roms completely now. ;)

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You guys are making this harder than it's supposed to be. To be honest I just renamed the roms with Windows itself. Right click'd on each rom and renamed it. This is how it would work..

Originally all roms start like this:

svc_  .rom or svc-  .rom

Rename It:

svc_  .rom and svc-  .rom  TO  269-  .bin

Example:

svc-m1.rom Rename It To: 269-m1.bin

Then you do that for all the roms and zip them all up back to svcplus.zip and run it in James's MAME. ( http://svcmame.cjb.net ) :D

Thanks GameCop
it worked
sorry to bug
do you know if theres is an update for the cheat file on this game?
also how do you get rid of that blinking "plus"...
and did you notice that Gesse and Rockman Zero have no voice, can that be fixed?

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You guys are making this harder than it's supposed to be. To be honest I just renamed the roms with Windows itself. Right click'd on each rom and renamed it. This is how it would work..

Originally all roms start like this:

svc_ .rom or svc- .rom

Rename It:

svc_ .rom and svc- .rom TO  269- .bin

Example:

svc-m1.rom Rename It To: 269-m1.bin

Then you do that for all the roms and zip them all up back to svcplus.zip and run it in James's MAME. ( http://svcmame.cjb.net ) :D

Thanks GameCop
it worked
sorry to bug
do you know if theres is an update for the cheat file on this game?
also how do you get rid of that blinking "plus"...
and did you notice that Gesse and Rockman Zero have no voice, can that be fixed?

The blinking plus is actually a original cheat, part of the cheats file. So there should be a option via the the Cheat Menu.

Also there was just a fix that was released for the sound problems for those 2 characters. Go @ http://neogamez.net.. and download it where it says "Aqui" at the top post. ;)

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that rule i'm guessing applies to all roms cuz i have a kof2000 rom i been trying to get to work for the longest and i cant get it to work but i avent tried renaming it yet though.there are only 2 files in there though 257-p1n.bin&257-p2.bin i think something is wrong with that file but i havent been able to find it all to redownload anymore.maybe i did something wrong.teach me,enlighten me on emulation,lol,thanx in advance

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Can somebody please post the full source and renamed file list? I can't seem to find it anywhere... :rolleyes:

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i cant get anything working on this for svcplus




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