megabytes). Then it depends
> on the additional chips inside the copier. SuperFX games won't run on most
> machines. I never got them to run on my Super WildCard DX 32. DSP games like to
> loockup or don't even run at all. Some games even sport a more or less powerful
> protextion against being used in a backup unit. While Killer Instinct runs
> perfectly from disk on my WildCard it displays a "don't play this on a copier,
> copiers are illegal" message when play directly from the card through the
To play SuperFX games, you need a cart with a SFX chip in it that matches the game you're playing and you need to connect pin 1 on the actual SWCDX2 unit (crack it open and do some quick solder work). DSP games don't require the solder work, but they do require a DSP game with the same chip as the game you're trying to play..
> By the way does anybody know if the WildCard DX2 32 can be upgraded to 64 Mb? I
> might consider it if it ain't to exensive.
Yea, you can order memory upgrades for it, but i don't remember how much it was.