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PC Ngine News - May 07,2001 by JoseQ
The News section over at the Ngine site was updated with the latest progress of PC Ngine. For those unfamiliar with this project, PC Ngine is a PC Engine / TurboGrafx16 emulator for the Dreamcast. It is based on the TGEmu emulator by Charles MacDonald. The games are loading but the emulator crashes shortly after. The good news is that the emulator seems like it will run at full speed on the DC console. Check out the website for more details on the latest experiments.

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Name: Sakhs Posted: Wednesday, May 9, 2001 - (2:56)
Subject: VMA?
From: 194.219.109.245
r u sure it works if I save it to memory card? If yes then Ill give it a try

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Name: shadow dancer Posted: Friday, May 11, 2001 - (15:10)
Subject: dave(final burn) an asshole
From: 213.105.143.15
Dave the knob comes back and what do we get, 1008 messages all abusing jose. Funny isn't everytime dave return jose starts getting abuse. I think final burn recked emulation with its cps2 release that u can get on dreamcast and saturn.
What did we get a load of asshole rom begging dickhead kids begging 4 roms and abusing jose when he removed the roms due 2 copyright. Also its funny how the peoplepro dave people the foul mouthed little miscreants who give every1 loads of abuse 4 saying they don't like final burn have writting styles similar 2 the lamers who abuse jose. nuth said

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Name: Dorsola Posted: Wednesday, May 9, 2001 - (4:00)
Subject: Re: VMA?
From: 64.130.183.9
>r u sure it works if I save it to memory card? If yes then Ill give it a try

I have no idea. Like I said, I don't have a Dreamcast, so I'm pulling at straws here.

I don't see why you couldn't save it to a memory card, though, provided the memcard has enough storage space.

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Name: Posted: Wednesday, May 9, 2001 - (10:04)
Subject: Re: Re: VMA?
From: 194.219.109.245
>>r u sure it works if I save it to memory card? If yes then Ill give it a try
>
>I have no idea. Like I said, I don't have a Dreamcast, so I'm pulling at straws here.
>
>I don't see why you couldn't save it to a memory card, though, provided the memcard has enough storage space.
>
Yes but the issue here is that DC want it only on CD or says ok also to MemCard to the ability of running this emulator? Well, I have a Dreamcast, so I'm gonna try & soon Ill tell you the news, bye

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Name: Sakhs Posted: Tuesday, May 8, 2001 - (1:50)
Subject: Burn & try?
From: 194.219.109.197
There is a lesser problem here.
If you want to try any new emulator on DC you have to burn a CDR any time and if there is once and a while a new beta version you'll have many useless CD's until you have a finally or a full working Ver. No, Ill just sit and wait.
Do you agree with me?

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Name: Dorsola Posted: Tuesday, May 8, 2001 - (16:29)
Subject: Re: Burn & try?
From: 64.130.183.9
>There is a lesser problem here.
>If you want to try any new emulator on DC you have to burn a CDR any time and if there is once and a while a new beta version you'll have many useless CD's until you have a finally or a full working Ver. No, Ill just sit and wait.
>Do you agree with me?

Why do you have to do that? Why can't you just download the emulator directly into the DC using SegaNet? All you need is a typical Internet-Access device like a dialup modem, and I think the DC can work with broadband connections too. (I don't have one, so I don't really know.)

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Name: Johnny Magator Posted: Tuesday, May 8, 2001 - (19:00)
Subject: Re: Re: Burn & try?
From: 194.82.103.40
Nice try but you presumptions are weong. The dreamcast has no hard drive so what exactly where you planning on storing youre downloaded program on?
A p.c. with a c.d. burner is a must i'm afraid!!!!






>>There is a lesser problem here.
>>If you want to try any new emulator on DC you have to burn a CDR any time and if there is once a

nd a while a new beta version you'll have many useless CD's until you have a finally or a full working Ver. No, Ill just sit and wait.
>>Do you agree with me?
>
>Why do you have to do that? Why can't you just download the emulator directly into the DC using SegaNet? All you need is a typical Internet-Access device like a dialup modem, and I think the DC can work with broadband connections too. (I don't have one, so I don't really know.)
>

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Name: Dorsola Posted: Tuesday, May 8, 2001 - (21:50)
Subject: Re: Re: Re: Burn & try?
From: 64.130.183.9
>Nice try but you presumptions are weong. The dreamcast has no hard drive so what exactly where you planning on storing youre downloaded program on?

Memory. :)

>A p.c. with a c.d. burner is a must i'm afraid!!!!

Ah well, it was worth a try.

If you use a multisession CD-R, you can store newer copies of the emu on the same CD as the older one. CD-RWs are also not out of the question, assuming that the Dreamcast can read them.

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Name: Posted: Wednesday, May 9, 2001 - (2:54)
Subject: Re: Re: Re: Re: Burn & try?
From: 194.219.109.245
>>Nice try but you presumptions are weong. The dreamcast has no hard drive so what exactly where you planning on storing youre downloaded program on?
>
>Memory. :)
r u sure it works if I save it to memory card? If yes then Ill give it a try :-(|) {gladly hope}
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>>A p.c. with a c.d. burner is a must i'm afraid!!!!
>
>Ah well, it was worth a try.
>
>If you use a multisession CD-R, you can store newer copies of the emu on the same CD as the older one. CD-RWs are also not out of the question, assuming that the Dreamcast can read them.
>

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Name: Sakaras Posted: Wednesday, May 9, 2001 - (10:14)
Subject: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Burn & try?
From: 194.219.109.245
>>If you use a multisession CD-R, you can store newer copies of the emu on the same CD as the older one. CD-RWs are also not out of the question, assuming that the Dreamcast can read them.
>>
>
Good idea, if you delete from cd the old versions of emu and write the new one as many times you want(with direct CD program perhaps?). Maybe it will work, maybe :-|

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Name: Posted: Tuesday, May 8, 2001 - (2:27)
Subject: Re: Burn & try?
From: 211.216.216.91
>There is a lesser problem here.
>If you want to try any new emulator on DC you have to burn a CDR any time and if there is once and a while a new beta version you'll have many useless CD's until you have a finally or a full working Ver. No, Ill just sit and wait.
>Do you agree with me?
>

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