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Offline pan1k

AGA Games and WHDLoad
« on: November 23, 2009, 03:56:21 AM »
I just registered WHDLoad and started to install more games. Some of the AGA games work fine, others are distored, half on the screen, etc. Is it a problem with my scandoubler? I have the cybervision 64/3d w/ the optional scandoubler. I don't think it passes all the colors through, or is it a problem with a screenmode? If it's a screenmode, how do I find and adjust the right one?
A4K: \\\'060, Cyberstorm MKIII Cybervision 64/3D w/ Scandoubler, Buddha Flash XSurf, MP3@64, A4K: \\\'040, Toaster, Y/C, A1200: Apollo \\\'040, A1200 GVP \'030, A1200: Stock, A2000: 68K, Trump SCSI, Supra 8Mb, and Toaster 4K, A2500: \\\'030, GVP SCSI, Supra 8MB x2, Video Toaster, CD32, Minimig, Efika and Hopefully an A4000T soon!
 

Offline marcfrick2112

Re: AGA Games and WHDLoad
« Reply #1 on: November 23, 2009, 04:07:11 AM »
pan1k: hmm, 'half on the screen'... Have you tried running games on a PAL screen? Either with Degrader, or using the 'PAL' tooltype in WHDLoad? I know nothing about scandoublers, but you should always check the basic/simple stuff first :)
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Marc Frick
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A1200T / \'060, 256MB, CD-R, OS3.9
A4000 w/ WarpEngine / 82MB , OS3.1
A4000 16MB, OS 3.9
A1200 , \'030 / 10MB
A1200 (stock)

CD32 :)

...And a very sick 4000T
 

Offline rkauer

Re: AGA Games and WHDLoad
« Reply #2 on: November 23, 2009, 04:36:52 AM »
Move the PAL/NTSC switch on the motherboard to PAL and live with it this way. Of course, you'll not be able to use a NTSC Video Toaster with this A4000.

 Also notice that some slot scandoublers are not NTSC/PAL agnostic.:rant:
Goodbye people.

I\'ll pop on from time to time, RL is acting up.
 

Offline pan1k

Re: AGA Games and WHDLoad
« Reply #3 on: November 23, 2009, 08:08:26 AM »
Switching to PAL did the trick for the most part.. hadn't thought about it, but then I remembered that a lot of games are PAL only. I'm re-doing my games partition after it crashed... going to do it right this time!
A4K: \\\'060, Cyberstorm MKIII Cybervision 64/3D w/ Scandoubler, Buddha Flash XSurf, MP3@64, A4K: \\\'040, Toaster, Y/C, A1200: Apollo \\\'040, A1200 GVP \'030, A1200: Stock, A2000: 68K, Trump SCSI, Supra 8Mb, and Toaster 4K, A2500: \\\'030, GVP SCSI, Supra 8MB x2, Video Toaster, CD32, Minimig, Efika and Hopefully an A4000T soon!
 

Offline marcfrick2112

Re: AGA Games and WHDLoad
« Reply #4 on: November 23, 2009, 08:42:48 AM »
pan1k: I wish you best of luck in re-doing your games partition. I do feel your pain, I had a ~10GB IBM DeskStar (aka DeathStar) fail on me about 3 years ago.... I was lucky, I had CD backups of most of it... I lost 'only' 2GB... So, the moral of the story is make sure you have some sort of backup...
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Marc Frick
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A1200T / \'060, 256MB, CD-R, OS3.9
A4000 w/ WarpEngine / 82MB , OS3.1
A4000 16MB, OS 3.9
A1200 , \'030 / 10MB
A1200 (stock)

CD32 :)

...And a very sick 4000T