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Posted bynfinityak
Posted on01/15/03 09:26 PM



> > Hello hello,
> >
> > I've been trying to get mamece3 for the casio BE-300 to work for a couple days
> > now, with no success. The first time mamece3 is run, it brings up the menu,
> but
> > when you run a game, the screen goes blank, and nothing happens.
> >
> > On soft reset, the application crashes with a GX.dll error message about
> direct
> > screen access (indicating that the version of GX.dll that is included in
> mamece3
> > is not the same as the version included in the O/S). This also explains why
> it
> > kinda works once- on the BE-300 all files copied into the windows directory
> that
> > are not stored in a specific patch directory get destroyed on a soft or hard
> > reset, and since the GX.dll is stored in this way, this would explain the
> > problems.
> >
> > However, that still does not solve the problem that the software still doesn't
> > work (blank screen on load), even with the included GX.dll...
> >
> > Any help or suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
> >
>
> Does the BE300 have its own gx.dll?
> If not, that file is needed and will need to be preserved somehow between soft
> reboots(if it is wiped as you say).
> As for the screen going blank:
> First, be sure to have enough memory free for the Emulator and the Game rom to
> load (a couple of megs at least).
> Second, Be sure to have Game ROMs that are based on Mame Version .36. Newer
> romsets may not work. ( I am working on that one).
> Third, Be sure to try the older games first, such as frogger, puckman, and
> tempest. These are known to work correctly on every device (with the .36 ROM).
>
> Hope that helps.
>
>
> Cheers,
> -Techmaster
>

Thanks Techmaster,

I tried a few of the basic sets without success, but I haven't had too much time to play around with the emu. The GX.dll issue probably varies depending on which shell/version is being used. I'm now inclined to believe that the memory issue is more of a big deal than the GX.dll issue.

Thankya
-Mark


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*BE-300 version always crashes  nfinityak01/08/03 01:35 PM
.*Re: BE-300 version always crashes  Tekhmaster01/13/03 07:03 PM
...Re: CASSIOPEIA BE-300  nfinityak01/15/03 09:26 PM
...*Re: CASSIOPEIA BE-300  Qikstart01/21/03 02:59 PM