July 13th, 2004, 03:30
July 13th, 2004, 11:26
March 17th, 2005, 05:36
March 25th, 2005, 23:36
Ack, so I've been playing Ocarina of Time lately and I made it near the end. I have save states before every boss and one from right before I stopped playing yesterday. I haven't used the in-game save very often at all. But when I went to try to play today my newest saved state wasn't working. All my other ones loaded perfectly fine, but when I tried to load the one I needed to load it kept going as if I didn't try to load anything. Like I'll pause the emulator, hit load saved state, open the saved state I want to open, and hit unpause, but it just keeps playing where it was from before I paused it as if nothing happened . Is there anything I can do to fix my save, or am I screwed, and am going to have to go back a couple hours worth .
Here's a good question for the FAQ. Well, two:
1) Does Nemu64 support the N64 DD? And if not, will it ever?
2) Does Nemu64 support the GB adaptor? And if not, will it ever?
Wait, that's technically four questions...
64dd: no roms=no support
Originally Posted by Knightcrawler
Nemu is now discontinued so it will never be finished now
Well, like 5 DD games did come out. But since the circulation was so limited, I guess it's easy to understand why there aren't any dumps of them.
And that's too bad, it seems like a great emulator so far (I downloaded it just now).
May 21st, 2005, 02:06
Getting playable ROM to work
Hi, I'm trying to run the Cruis'n World ROM on my nemu 0.8. All of the ini files
I've seen say the game is playable, but I've tried it with several different ROMs and it doesn't work. The error I get each time is:
Error: too many commands executed. Stopping dlist processing
And the game's audio then runs fine, but I don't see any video. I am running a P4 2GhZ with 512 MB RAM and a GeForce 440 Go graphics card. Everything has the latest drivers, and WinXP.
Any ideas? This is one of my favourite games from my younger days, so I really would like to get it to work.
May 21st, 2005, 14:15
May 21st, 2005, 15:04
Thanks! Where's your site, so I can get your .ini file?
Originally Posted by Federelli