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  Topic: FS: Bung Doctor V64 unit (white, 128Mbit)
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PostForum: User Buy/Sell, and Request stuff here   Posted: Sun Feb 17, 2019 2:00 am   Subject: FS: Bung Doctor V64 unit (white, 128Mbit)
Very, very late reply, but do you still have it?
  Topic: Anyone have an actual Game Professor SF2?
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PostForum: Copiers and Hardware   Posted: Sun Aug 05, 2018 11:27 pm   Subject: Anyone have an actual Game Professor SF2?
As far as Bung products go, I'm still missing the "green label" SF6. It's extraordinarily rare and I don't even have a picture that I can find. Have seen it, but probably won't ever again; i ...
  Topic: Anyone have an actual Game Professor SF2?
Strike

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PostForum: Copiers and Hardware   Posted: Fri Jun 29, 2018 5:02 pm   Subject: Anyone have an actual Game Professor SF2?
Thanks, man! Me too. A lot of this stuff is hard to find these days... Even the "common" variants.

As far as Bung products go, I'm still missing the "green label" SF6. It's extr ...
  Topic: Anyone have an actual Game Professor SF2?
Strike

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PostForum: Copiers and Hardware   Posted: Fri Jun 29, 2018 12:48 pm   Subject: Anyone have an actual Game Professor SF2?
Updating only because it's amusing:

I bought the very same SFII (+that SNES) from that picture years later (That homemade PSU was a dangerous piece of shit!). That SNES was also a particularly bad ...
  Topic: Possible to jumper a Doctor SF6 to Professor SF?
Strike

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PostForum: Copiers and Hardware   Posted: Fri Jun 29, 2018 12:38 pm   Subject: Possible to jumper a Doctor SF6 to Professor SF?
Glad to be of help. The SF6/7 units don't require an unplug when you take them out and replace passthrough, but it's probably a little safer and it is nice to have one in SF state, especially if you h ...
  Topic: What is up with this SF7 board!?
Strike

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PostForum: Copiers and Hardware   Posted: Wed May 23, 2018 1:45 am   Subject: What is up with this SF7 board!?
Yeah it came from the UK and I suspect this was a mod for UK consoles. I'll be replacing that CIC with one from a cheap donor game. I didn't find any broken traces on my quick visual inspection, but I ...
  Topic: Possible to jumper a Doctor SF6 to Professor SF?
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PostForum: Copiers and Hardware   Posted: Wed May 23, 2018 1:42 am   Subject: Possible to jumper a Doctor SF6 to Professor SF?
Only one other difference: It'll boot into English by default even if it loses power. Since it takes only a few seconds to set that, it's a real minor thing.
  Topic: Possible to jumper a Doctor SF6 to Professor SF?
Strike

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PostForum: Copiers and Hardware   Posted: Sun May 20, 2018 11:07 pm   Subject: Possible to jumper a Doctor SF6 to Professor SF?
Yes, you can switch it to Professor SF mode by doing that. I did it with one of my SF6s.
  Topic: What is up with this SF7 board!?
Strike

Replies: 2
Views: 1452

PostForum: Copiers and Hardware   Posted: Sat May 19, 2018 8:24 pm   Subject: What is up with this SF7 board!?
Ok, so I collect and own a bunch of SF6/7 variants and just received an SF7 from the UK to replace or swap board with my own dead "plain" SF7 depending on shell condition, and I immediately ...
  Topic: Reproduction Star Ocean on a Game Professor SFII question.
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PostForum: Chatting about Hardware   Posted: Thu Jul 04, 2013 1:48 pm   Subject: Reproduction Star Ocean on a Game Professor SFII question.
Thanks, but I already figured out that I have no need for another repro of it; even if you use a legit SNES PCB, GameDoctors are still not going to play nice with it. I tested various repro carts and ...
  Topic: Game Doctor FPGA adapter.
Strike

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PostForum: New Product idea   Posted: Fri May 03, 2013 8:55 am   Subject: Game Doctor FPGA adapter.
Yeah, 'silly' was half the reason we were drawn to the whole concept. We have no need for a flash cart or even reproductions, as we own all the games that require these chips.

If the only way to in ...
  Topic: Game Doctor FPGA adapter.
Strike

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PostForum: New Product idea   Posted: Thu May 02, 2013 3:43 am   Subject: Game Doctor FPGA adapter.
I figured as much with the FX chips; this was more for Cx4 (and perhaps the SA-1). From what I understand of the Cx4, it sits between the ROM and the SNES, and a good part of its code is embedded in t ...
  Topic: Play Saved Game Problem
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PostForum: Copiers and Hardware   Posted: Sat Apr 27, 2013 12:15 pm   Subject: Play Saved Game Problem
Sorry this is so late, but you have confused 'BRAM' with 'Saver'. The Saver feature is a sort of psuedo-savestate function that you're probably better off not using anyway. BRAM stands for Battery Rea ...
  Topic: chrono trigger for sf6
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PostForum: Copiers and Hardware   Posted: Sat Apr 27, 2013 11:44 am   Subject: chrono trigger for sf6
Perhaps Chrono Trigger has some sort of copy protection? I know it works on my SF7. Have you tried fiddling with the -k and -f commands in ucon64? If not, I recommend you try.
  Topic: Game Doctor FPGA adapter.
Strike

Replies: 5
Views: 3348

PostForum: New Product idea   Posted: Sat Apr 27, 2013 8:58 am   Subject: Game Doctor FPGA adapter.
This isn't exactly a product suggestion per se, because the market would be extremely niche and price would be through the roof; it's more of a project idea that I'm sharing with a friend.

In the s ...
 
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