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hmm well to activate the cheats you just go into the menu and then pick your code and press start

repeat again for second code

and third

and fourth....etc

its a pain in the ass if your going to use alot of codes

and your internal memory was only reset or the internal battery is only dead/dying, if it asked you to set the clock every time you boot your DC, or just very very often

Leaving your DC plugged in all the time keeps the internal battery charged and this usually fixes it because eventually it will be charged again, leave it plugged in and dont play it for at least 6-8 hours (its really hard i know :D ) but even rechargable batteries die after awhile you might have you open your DC and take out the internal battery and try to find a new one thats rechargeable and the same kind, or if you can find the right voltage try to solder some batteries to the contacts because finding one of these batteries is VERY hard...or at least for me it was

Edited by Shibathedog, 28 December 2003 - 10:21 PM.


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It only asked me to do it that one time, but i got some bootlegs to work, i guess it was the first that i had tred didnt work, thats why i was asking(thanks for the nes info) oh yeah and i had found a site well.txt that talked all about the dreamcast like i didnt know you werent atcually suppsed to turn off the dc to change games, you where supposed to actually open it while it was running and then turn it off i think, i was gonna psot it up but i lost the url, i'll try to find it again.

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... but you will be able to play ripped games or games you rip yourself with a coders cable...

What is a coders cable? How would I get one?

Places like Lik-sang sell them for around $20 - 25

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you can find them other places for cheaper though if you use google, i got mine for around 12 bucks including shipping

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Excuse me, I read that Dreamer can run Commercial games, but I have a Problem... I downloaded "Sword of the Berserk" but apparently it is a.CDI format, and Dreamer Asks for a.ISO file... What can I do?

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find a CDI to ISO converter...

search CDI2ISO on google or something

good luck getting this to run unless you have like a 8GHz computer with an ATi Radeon 9800 512MB DDR (not out yet, but confirmed :( )

Edited by Shibathedog, 06 January 2004 - 08:34 PM.


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Why would Dreamer require extremely powerful PC specs? I mean the console isn't that powerful compared to a PC.

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I think it's because roms and stuff run off of the pc's memory and drive, as apose to running off of the "cd". Think of it like some guy making shoes run with his mind(pc ram and stuff) as appose to him running in the shoes(the console) i think sibathecrazykillerdog might have a better logical explanation.

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I've been burning new cup coasters for the past few days. I have the mamed front-end emu up & running fine, but I can't get my roms disk to work. It shows the roms on the respective list, but they simply refuse to load when I press start, or any other button on my Dreamcast controller. Any help would be greatly appreciated!!! Thx in advance!!

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hmm, it may be the Rom, or the particular emulator your trying to play it with isnt compatible, also, whenever you switch a disc in your DC, wait at least 20 seconds before you do anything

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I read somewhere that you can actually get the dreamcast to run high-meg neogeo games at or near full speeds by getting it to read the audio from the disk instead of loading all of it into the ram. If so, does this mean that svc chaos, & kof2k3 can be run from the dreamcast via mame or any other type of emu?




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