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[#] Thu Jul 08 2021 11:12:40 MST from rss <>

Subject: Unable to get Minimig core working correctly

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So I have everything in place for this, I've copied the Smokemonster Amiga pack and updated my Mister to the latest version and core.

This used to work a year ago or so and it is the same files I am using but what I find now is some games just load to a black screen. Others tend to load but flicker when loading etc. They do allow me to start to play the game but the screen goes black, no sound or video.

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[#] Thu Jul 08 2021 20:08:19 MST from rss <>

Subject: MiSTer FPGA - Capcom CPS 2 Core Review, Comparison to Original Hardware and Setup Guide!

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[#] Thu Jul 08 2021 22:29:43 MST from rss <>

Subject: MiSTer FPGA Arcade Core Universal Cosmic Series Games Released : Space Panic, Cosmic Alien and Magical Spot

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[#] Thu Jul 08 2021 23:14:50 MST from rss <>

Subject: Alternatives to the de-10 nano

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Can I use any cyclone v board to run mister cores?

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[#] Fri Jul 09 2021 16:26:37 MST from rss <>

Subject: Enabling split screen Gameboy?

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Hey, I saw the latest build is meant to allow link up cable 2 player Gameboy games.
I went to the GitHub that was linked in the other post. It states that all games and BIOS go into a folder called GAMEBOY2P. I have made a folder inside where I keep the ROMs for Gameboy called this. (Not sure if right.) Also I went into the miscellaneous settings and enabled link up cable still no split screen. Has anyone got it working or can show me a video of someone setting it up?

Thanks for any help.

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[#] Sat Jul 10 2021 02:13:46 MST from rss <>

Subject: How difficult would it be to implement something like Epilogue GB Operator to work with MiSTer?

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I can understand that tons of people are opposed to the idea, as it would lack real-time read/write.... But I don't care if it dumps the game/SRAM to microSD and then plays it, as long as I can continue playing Pokemon where I left off on my GBC and play on my OLED TV using MiSTer hardware. This would be a gamechanger and eliminate the need/want for environmentally disastrous GB consolizer.

My limited understanding tells me the GB core could just add an option to:

Dump GB Cart->microSD->Load ROM

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[#] Sat Jul 10 2021 21:23:59 MST from rss <>

Subject: MiSTer Two-Player GBA Core Demonstration Videos (Doom II Co-op, V-Rally 3, Stuntman)

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I have been blown away by some of the awesome experiences that are now possible with the two player core. Below are three examples I've been able to record so far:

Doom II (Co-op):

V-Rally 3 (Rallycross & Rally):

Stuntman (Jump Arena):

What are some of your favorite multiplayer GBA games?

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[#] Sun Jul 11 2021 00:07:21 MST from rss <>

Subject: Could this be used as an alternative to an mt32 Pi for the Mister?

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[#] Sun Jul 11 2021 06:39:44 MST from rss <>

Subject: Confused connecting mister to PVM

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Hey everyone,

So I decided to buy the DE10-nano board with the IO and USB hub boards and everything is set up perfectly, I can play just fine on my HDTV. However I want to use my PVM of course, because what's the point of playing these consoles on a HDTV besides practicality?!

Now things get confusing: I noticed the DE-10 doesn't have any audio outputs? Right now I only have a RGB to (female) SCART cable that's plugged in the PVM (used in the past for retro consoles). This cable has an audio wire. Would it suffice to buy a male SCART to VGA cable? I would guess not, because VGA obviously does not transmit audio, so I would only have the image correct?

Sorry, but this project has been massively confusing to me, setting it up was horrible and I just want to be done with it finally!!

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[#] Sun Jul 11 2021 15:58:05 MST from rss <>

Subject: MiSTer @ 1440P 4:3 stream and capture plus output to LG C1 OLED

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I stayed up way too late last night, but I got my setup re-wired and re-configured so I can capture and stream MiSTer @ 1440P 4:3 while outputting to my LG C1 OLED! I had to move my other devices onto a USB capture card and put the MiSTer directly into the PCI capture card. Most of the time was diagnosing a bad HDMI cable and figuring out how to get SLOBS to use 4:3 correctly.

1440P 4:3 is the maximum the MiSTer can output. It allows a 6x integer scale of most retro game resolutions. I had a hard time finding information about this setup so I thought I should document what I did to help anyone else going down this road. The gear I'm using:

Setup notes:

  • My PC is set to 3840x2160 (4K) at 120Hz, directly connected to the LG TV and set to "PC" input label
  • SLOBS Settings -> Video -> Base (Canvas) Resolution: 3840x2880
  • SLOBS Settings -> Video -> Output (Scaled) Resolution: 1920x1440
  • MiSTer HDMI out to AverMedia capture card HDMI In
  • AverMedia capture card HDMI Out to LGTV HDMI In (optional)
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[#] Mon Jul 12 2021 05:55:36 MST from rss <>

Subject: ARC vs Toslink

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Hi, i was wondering if anyone has compared if there is any audio lag by using ARC vs Toslink. My current setup is Using a CEC-less cable to connect my Mister to my OLED CX and using ARC to my Onkyo Receiver. But i was wondering if it would be better to use a MiniToslink to Toslink cable to the Receiver.

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[#] Tue Jul 13 2021 01:00:10 MST from rss <>

Subject: Best LCD Display Options

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So I've been playing Amiga and C64 games on my new Mister and really enjoying it. I thought I'd grab a CRT and found a free 27 inch set on FB marketplace. It's been a great reminder of why I hate CRT's. The thing is a flickery blurry mess compared to the cheap 1080p sceptre LCD TV I had it hooked up to. I know some folks prefer the look of a CRT but it really didn't do anything for me.

Any suggestions on a good modern CRT that plays nicely. My main PC is on a 34 inch ultra widescreen and considered getting a smaller display to sit next to it for retro gaming purposes. Ironically I had two Dell 2001FP's that I replaced years ago! I saw some recommendations on an ASUS 16:10 display that is 1200 pixels tall but I'm more into Amiga stuff which might not be the same multiple of 240p.

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[#] Tue Jul 13 2021 17:27:30 MST from rss <>

Subject: MiSTer FPGA Updates Summer 2021: CPS 2 Public Beta, Gameboy Advance 2-Player, SEGA System 16 Private Beta, Bandai WonderSwan, MIDI with the Roland UM-One, and New Arcades!

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[#] Tue Jul 13 2021 19:55:06 MST from rss <>

Subject: Does the MiSTer Update_All script update itself?

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Probably a stupid question but I'm assuming the very first thing it does is check for an update to itself right?

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[#] Wed Jul 14 2021 02:32:56 MST from rss <>

Subject: MiSTer IO Board, Ext. LEDs. Which pins correspond to which LED?

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[#] Wed Jul 14 2021 18:22:00 MST from rss <>

Subject: If I swap controllers on MiSTer will I have to remap them every time?

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Hey all, I've got a MiSTer at home and 2.4ghz controllers for NES, SNES, PCE, SMD, SS, and an 8bitDo arcade stick. I also have an XBone controller.

So far I've only been using the XOW script to use the XBone controller because my wireless keypad hasn't arrived in the mail yet.

I like to play each core with it's corresponding controller and was wondering if I'll have to remap them each time I want to swap cores.

So for instance, I'm playing SNES with an 8bitDo SNES controller but I decide I want to play NES. I reboot back to the main menu, put the 8bitDo receiver into pairing mode, and connect my NES controller I had already mapped during a previous session. Do I now have to remap that NES controller or does the MiSTer 'remember' the inputs I had set for it previously?

I'm really hoping I only have to map these controllers once apiece because I'd like for my friends to be able to 'pick up and play' when I have company. Thanks for your time

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[#] Wed Jul 14 2021 23:52:48 MST from rss <>

Subject: Dodonpachi Unsupported Resolution

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I'm having trouble getting Dodonpachi to work on my TV. Whenever I boot it up, I get a one second flash of the game start up screen and then it goes to a black screen with a "Unsupported Resolution" error message from my TV. This is happening on all 3 versions (original, arrange, Japan).

I've tried booting the game with 1080p60, 720p60 and 480p60 resolutions with no success.

Anyone know how to get this game working? Thanks in advance!

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[#] Thu Jul 15 2021 12:35:16 MST from rss <>

Subject: MiSTer FPGA DE-10 Nano - Nintendo / Famicom / Famicom Disc System Core Review and Setup Guide

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[#] Thu Jul 15 2021 13:32:22 MST from rss <>

Subject: Sega Saturn MiSTer FPGA Update Progress with CD Block

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[#] Fri Jul 16 2021 08:52:01 MST from rss <>

Subject: Mini MiSTer Case for 8Bitdo

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