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    Breakout board for N64 Expansion Port.

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    Breakout board for N64 Expansion Port.

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    Testing Components on a PCB Without Desoldering

    There are many ways to test many different things in circuit. But unless you know what you're testing for the results will be meaningless to you. Your best bet is to read up on other peoples experience with the same problem and learn how they diagnosed and fixed it. And of course learn how to...
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    SNES/Super Famicom RAM CASETTE - Any documentation or info?

    Yup, that's RAM. The battery powers it. SRAM doesn't use a lot. That's why it was used for saves. I have some of those 20+ years old. I also have "3rd party dev devices" (wharez players) with battery backed SRAM where the data has lasted for years. What you've got is basically a floppyless...
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    This forum to close in 30 days

    For all the people hoping to buy the site for a pittance or pick up the name when it expires you might want to have a look at how names can be monetized. Kevin can simply park the name and earn more than you're offering. I guess there's no harm in fantasizing but even if he was interested in...
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    This forum to close in 30 days

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    SNES/Super Famicom RAM CASETTE - Any documentation or info?

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    SNES/Super Famicom RAM CASETTE - Any documentation or info?

    Since it says "RAM" I'd suspect it uses RAM instead of EPROMs. Probably an EPROM emulator with maybe a few additional SNES specific bits. A quick look at the PCB would tell you exactly what it is.
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    Breakout board for N64 Expansion Port.

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    Question about wires

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    Curation on Everdrives

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    Does anybody else have a Japan only retro collecting streak?

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    Sega Saturn VCD Cards

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    Sega Saturn VCD Cards

    Any idea where I could even find an image of a photocd to test this?
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    Sega Saturn VCD Cards

    Thanks. I burned that and gave it a try. I have two apparently different versions of the 670-7089A. Identical front and back unless I'm missing something but function differently. One came in a VCD Saturn but might not be the original one. The other I found loose. When starting with the...
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    64DD Cartridge Conversions Released

    From what I recall, at the time: I saw something saying the v64jr was the best device for this. It was able to run raw dumps where they had to be patched to run on the ED. That could explain why it didn't work when you tried a patched ROM. Or that might be the totally wrong way to go about...
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    Active SCART splitter diagram/schematic DIY?

    Take a look at application notes for op amps from your preferred vendor. You'll find all the details you need to make a splitter and simply need to make as many of then as you need for however many lines you're going to use.
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    Sega CDX EEPROM part number discovered

    The drop in replacement for that part is exactly the same as any drop in replacement for any other part they used. If they were readily available people would be using them instead of a rats nest of wires. Or maybe not. They could just put a TSOP on an adapter, so maybe they just have a wire...
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    Full assemblergames httrack mirror

    Registry Expiry Date: 2022-03-13T04:10:07Z A whole lot of pearl clutching going on. But absolutely worth archiving. Especially non non-image related binary content from external links. Unfortunately a lot of that is already gone.
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