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Well i've toyed with these drivers for a while now, and have hit a point where i'm churning out the same results. So i'm curious if theres something wrong with these drivers that i have.

The only games that are giving me problems are KOF2001 and KOF2002, and both are the same problem. It boots fine, everything is in order however when you insert a coin and press start you get garbled 'how to play' graphics.. as well as garbled character profile images on the Character select screen. These seem to be the only screwed up graphics, everything else displays fine.

So now i'm curious, is this having to do with my decryption routine that i've got for both, or is there something else needing to be done. I fixed the problem in KOF2001 by putting in different C roms from a 'decryped' set, however i lost power bars and text. =X

Anyone have any clue as to what is wrong?

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Do you have the 70+ mb Mame kof2001, or the 40+ mb neo rom?

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Actually it was my Neocrypt.c that was out of date it seemed. I got a replacement for it and it works perfectly. Thanks for the reply though.




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