> 7. How do I make it work? For tables with VPinMame emulation, you need to: A.
> Download and install Visual Pinball. B. Download Visual Pinmame and unzip it to
> the same directory you installed Visual Pinball to. C. Run the setup utility
> that came with VPinMame (to register the components). D. Download a table file
> (.VPT) E. Download the appropriate ROM set for that table, and place it in the
> /roms directory in the Visual Pinball directory. F. Start Visual Pinball, open
> the table you just got, and go Table -> Play to fire it up. Press F2 to see the
> keys. Note that the first time you bring up a game, it comes up in bookeeping
> mode because there is no nvram file.. simply close and restart the table to get
> it going (F3 reset sometimes causes problems with sound).
Just so you know, you don't have to unzip & install VPinMAME to the same folder as Visual Pinball - on my PC they are separate & work fine. Heh, I even installed VPinMAME BEFORE Visual Pinball & games that use ROMs still work fine. :)
> Thats about it.. enjoy! If you enjoy these games, try to find a real machine
> on location (nothing beats the real thing) and play it...
I wish! :( All my favourites from the 80s are pretty much gone so the only way is for me to buy a big-enough house & buy the machines on the used market. It's one of those things I'll do if my lotto ticket pays off big-time. :)
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