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can someone please tell me where to find mslug5nd.zip....... ive been searching for it all day with no luck. thanx

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Have you checked if any of the links are still working in the official Metal Slug 5 thread?

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thanx for that. i now have the file.. getting it to work now in a nother matter.

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thanx for that. i now have the file.. getting it to work now in a nother matter.

What emulator do you use?

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I use neogeox ms-5, when i run the game all i get is law statment.
i have mslug5nd
and p1 which i extracted into the above.

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Ive managed to get it up and running. Thanx for the interest

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Glad you got it to work player. I got it to work to, however during the process of deleting the other mslug zips I had created when I put the the p1. fix in, I accidentally deleted the working rom. I feel like an idiot....now I can't seem to replicate it. Basically what I did was extract the roms to a new folder. Next, I deleted the p1 rom in there and replaced it with the fixed one. Then I reziped it. At first I got a message (using the NRX emu for mslug5) saying there are no gfx files. Somehow I got it to run. I played through the boat level, beat that plane thing in the second level, but ended up dying in the third level. In any case, along with the process I'm doing, does it matter if the rom is in RAR or Zip format?? I think the working rom I had was in RAR format because it was something like 26.6 mb. For some reason, if the rom is in RAR format, NRX won't detect it. In Zip format, it detects it but I get the same gfx missing error. So anyone know whats going on, thanks.

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NRX roms should alwaysbe in ZIPs. Do you have the C roms in the zip?

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I have the working Mslug5 ROM for Kawaks!! :P

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I too alwayse have my roms in RAR format. NRX seems to pick them up ok.

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Thanks for the help folks, but I figured it out now. I forgot to rename the fixed p1 file like the rest, 268_p1.rom. Once I did that the rom was detected and it worked. I don't think it matters if the rom is in RAR or ZIP format. The only thing you'll notice is that in RAR format, the rom is smaller (26.6 mb) since the compression is better. In Zip format its approximtely 29.6 mb.




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