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SubjectMameCE vs. MegaMameCE Reply to this message
Posted byMerlin-CM
Posted on12/10/02 09:46 AM



Hello,

I can install MameCE without any problem, and it works *great* for the games it supports. However, I am having problems getting MegaMameCE to work. Any advice would be appreciated.

How do I know if my Dell Axim 5 is an ARM, MIPS, SH3, or PspC compatible device!?

Thanks &
Best Wishes
/\/\erlin


SubjectRe: MameCE vs. MegaMameCE new Reply to this message
Posted byQikstart
Posted on12/10/02 02:01 PM



Under Start - Settings, click on About and it should tell
you what processor is in your PDA. That's how it works for
my Casseopiea anyway.

Sorry, I dunno anything about your Mega issue, I can't even
get any controls to work on mine :(((

Qikstart


> Hello,
>
> I can install MameCE without any problem, and it works *great* for the games it
> supports. However, I am having problems getting MegaMameCE to work. Any advice
> would be appreciated.
>
> How do I know if my Dell Axim 5 is an ARM, MIPS, SH3, or PspC compatible
> device!?
>
> Thanks &
> Best Wishes
> /\/\erlin
>





SubjectRe: MameCE vs. MegaMameCE new Reply to this message
Posted byMerlin-CM
Posted on12/11/02 08:37 AM



Hey Qikstart,

Thanks for your help. Although I did that, it doesn't tell me if it's a "ARM, MIPS, SH3, or PsPC" device? I don't know what those designations refer to yet?

About:
Microsoft Pocket PC
V3.0.11171

Processor: Intel PXA250
31.55 MB

BTW, If anyone reading this is considering getting a Pocket PC, but hasn't, GET ONE!!! You're missing out otherwise!! :-)

Best Wishes,
/\/\erlin

> Under Start - Settings, click on About and it should tell
> you what processor is in your PDA. That's how it works for
> my Casseopiea anyway.
>
> Sorry, I dunno anything about your Mega issue, I can't even
> get any controls to work on mine :(((
>
> Qikstart
>
>
> > Hello,
> >
> > I can install MameCE without any problem, and it works *great* for the games
> it
> > supports. However, I am having problems getting MegaMameCE to work. Any
> advice
> > would be appreciated.
> >
> > How do I know if my Dell Axim 5 is an ARM, MIPS, SH3, or PspC compatible
> > device!?
> >
> > Thanks &
> > Best Wishes
> > /\/\erlin
> >
>



SubjectRe: Dell Axim = ARM Compatible new Reply to this message
Posted byMerlin-CM
Posted on12/11/02 09:29 AM



Strike that! I found out that the Dell Axim is ARM Compatible.

http://www.intel.com/design/intelxscale/xscaleproductbriefweb.pdf?iid=xscale+leftnav

Thanks for your help. I hope you can get the keys mapped the way you want! :-)


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