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Questions About the Dreamcast
Posted 17 February 2004 - 05:01 PM
I had to run a few more errands that night, and my GF wanted to play Crazy Taxi 2, so i set that up for her and ran my errands. When i came back she was still playing, with a blister on her thumb ( tee hee). She REALLY likes Crazy Taxi, hehe. Anyways we decide we want to play a little DDR before we go to sleep, so i pop it in and i cant get it to load. It either freezes at the Dreamcast screen, or the sega screen afterwards. Well, i pop in SF3: third strike, and Evil twin, and they do the same thing. I hadnt tested those two yet, so im like prolly a bard burn, whatver.
So i pop a DreamSNES disc i have, and it takes forever and a day to load. The list is showing up like 3 roms every minute, very slow. Anyone have any ideas on what the problem could be? Im going to clean the DC tonight after i can get some ear tip cleaners. Could the DC possibly have just been to hot? Or...? hehe i really have no idea.
Posted 17 February 2004 - 09:31 PM
Its worth a try...
Posted 17 February 2004 - 10:01 PM
also it could have been heat, it could have been dirty, or she could have been bumping into it like a clumsy ass while playing DDR (lol just kidding) or something could have caused the GD-ROM to go out of alignment, look at the guide i wrote, its stickied in this forum.
try one of those CD cleaners that has the bristles in the CD, or look at my DC cleaning guide (also stickied)
Posted 18 February 2004 - 11:45 PM
About the rumble packs and vmu's, I know that atleast one game (the backup anyway, dunno about the real one), it's Evolution 1 or 2, will not boot at all if you have a vmu inserted. I actually wasted 3 cdr's on it before deciding to read the nfo where it said that .
Posted 19 February 2004 - 12:39 AM
theres actually a way you can legally sell them, figure out how much the CDR costs and sell the CDR not the software
that way your not making any profit, and its like you never bought it in the first place so its not a waste
oh yeah, and Evolution 2 boots with a VMU inserted, i just tested it (its the original), im too lazy to test 1 hehe
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