I remembered this Instructable when i found this site and i remembered all the trouble people had with said Instructable and i wanted to inform earth of this so post your favorite emulator and corresponding roms.
Topic by Gage987 | last reply
I would really like to get a Nintendo DS. I do have one question though; how well do NES and SNES emulators work on the DS? I ask this because my friend recently got an R4 card which he uses to play such emulators on his DS. When he plays games like Super Metroid and Super Mario Brothers 3, the graphics are extremely choppy and in some cases unplayable. It is not just those roms either, the DS seems to have trouble with nearly all of the emulator games. Is there a way to fix this? I would really appreciate anyone who can help answer either of my questions.
Topic by SC-Ghost | last reply
I am trying to play paper mario and the thousand year door on my computer using dolphin emulator (i am using the iso, not the game disc), and it appears, but when I click play, it doesn't load, it gives me a warning message that i can't read, and it doesn't shut down unless I force quit it. I have not tried any other games with it. Specs: Ubuntu Karmic Pentium 3 or 4 (ik, it will not be a very good game, but it should still run!) nvidia geforce4 go 460
Question by A-Nony-Mus | last reply
So here's what I'm wanting to do.... I would like some ideas and information on how to take an old school nes controller, add an lcd screen, headphone jack, battery and usb flashdrive, combine them all with the proper software and have it loaded full of nes roms to play on the go. Any info would be great. email@example.com
Topic by DGreenleaf | last reply
Topic by diy-video-gadgets
Hello Everyone! I'd like to ask your help in making this circuit. I want to make a simple circuit that emulates a push button switch: When powered on, the circuit will trigger a switch. When powered off, it will trigger the switch again. I'm thinking of using this for my home made coin operated PC. There are various options for the coin operated PCs from shutting off the monitor or keyboard & mouse to software triggered. But I'm thinking of using the stand-by or sleep option of the motherboard. My current setup is a coin slot that is connected to a timer circuit. When coin is inserted the timer is activated and a relay will turn on. I want to put the circuit to this relay output and connected to the pwr button of the PC. Hoping for your assistance,
Topic by cvill | last reply
One of my many hobbies is collecting tabletop water fountains. I have about 6 fountains, two independently powered and 4 that run on 2 AA batteries. Since I have these fountains on all the time, as you can imagine they are costly to power. One day I finally got sick of putting new batteries in these things and rewired their battery wires in a parallel circuit for running on DC power from a wall. Now the only thing I need is a power supply. Now, motors aren't too picky about voltage. They'll operate on different voltages but if it isn't just right the motor will be too loud or too weak to pump the water correctly. This rules out and transformers I have in my bin. Upon measuring the current from the 4 fountains, I found that it uses about 440mA. I have kept my eyes open for a good power supply but have not yet seen one. I've also toyed around with the idea of using the closest one I have (Nokia 3.7v 500~?mA) and applying a voltage regulator on it, but I don't want to buy one yet as I am still a novice at some of the mechanics of most electrical components. Would that be an effective plan? If not, any other ideas? My fountains haven't turned on in a few weeks and there are starting to urge for the sweet trickle of water down their dry, dusty flumes.
Topic by Cabanaman | last reply
What is the cheapest way to make an emulator from a gameboy color shell?
Topic by mariomagic22 | last reply
Anyone know of an Acorn Emulator for the PC (Windows XP) And also a rom for Bug Hunter if possible, thanks.
I'm really new to emulators, and i successfully used a SEGA Genesis one, but i found a NES emulator (FCEUX) and i can't open a single damn file! I've followed the instructions, just click "file" and open the file, but WHAT is the file, WHERE is the file. -NYPA
Question by NYPA | last reply
I was wondering whether there is a way to make a PC output xbox 360 signals through its usb port. I want to get a wiimote to work with an xbox 360, and since I can already control a PC using glovepie and a bluetooth adapter, wouldn't it be possible to take the wiimote input through the computer, convert it, and feed it directly to the xbox as if the PC were a controller?Sure beats doing this: http://obsiv.spaces.live.com/blog/cns!948789BF56FAF394!177.entry
Topic by jasper28 | last reply
I've gotten into this nasty little habit of locking my keys in my apartment (twice this month). It costs me 20 bucks to get back in! We have a RFID key which costs 50 bucks to get a copy of!, There is no code on the back of it either. So, I figure, I'm mechanically inclined, I know how to solder, I can read electrical schematics, I understand diodes, caps, variable resistors, resistors, switches, leds, grounds...so on and so forth. I by no means understand it all. Anyways, I am rambling. How could I build a cheap (under 50) key emulator? Just to keep in the Jeep for when this happens again
Question by JekL | last reply
Exactly what the header says, i saw an instructable on how to do it but i can't fibd it or remember how to do it (*EDIT*) i can legally download this particular ROM for an emulator (And about 20 others) due to the fact that i have legally purchased them, or have been given them, now, specifically, how can i do the graphics mod with an emulator download? i got a graphics shading pack, now what? (*EDIT#2*) adding more clarity, and specificity, how do i modify the graphics in the nintendo 64 emulator Project64?
Question by ashannon1 | last reply
Exactly what the header says, i saw an instructable on how to do it but i can't fibd it or remember how to do it (*EDIT*) i can legally download this particular ROM for an emulator (And about 20 others) due to the fact that i have legally purchased them, or have been given them, now, specifically, how can i do the graphics mod with an emulator download? i got a graphics shading pack, now what? (*EDIT#2*) adding more clarity, and specificity, how do i modify the graphics in the nintendo 64 emulator Project64? (*EDIT#3*) ok, the instructions on the following page DOES NOT WORK! so please do not refer me to it: http://fookhar.dk/2008/03/how-to-play-ocarina-of-time-with-cell-shading/
Question by ashannon1 | last reply
Before you read below, read this: https://www.instructables.com/answers/Updating-1980s-X-Terminals/ I've finally gotten around to setting up PuTTY to work with the serial line. Communication is fine, I'm pretty sure I have the baud rate and everything set up correctly, but I still have one problem. The POS program has a login phase, which works perfectly. However, right after the program itself starts and finishes spitting out its splash screen, copyright information, etc., problems start emerging. Putty doesn't seem to be rendering formatting correctly, or maybe not at all. Whenever text needs to be highlighted, or there need to be shape characters like â, or â¤, all I see in the window is garble like this: ae&ae;&ae;&ae;&. Also, no line breaks are given. How should I fix this? Should I change a specific setting in PuTTY? Should I be using a different program? ***More information about the original terminal, more specific examples and screen-shots will supplied shortly.*** Kind-of update: Wait, what? So apparently, those two characters above give the same garble on html as on the terminal. They are supposed to be ASCII characters 218 and 195. Note that these are part of the extended ASCII codes (I just realized that). Does PuTTY have an option support ASCII characters 128 to 255? In the character encoding pane of PuTTY setup, I've tried every encoding available. Do I need to type in a name of an encoding manually?
Question by aelias36 | last reply
My family didn't feel like buying a replacement console after the xbox I had got stolen. So now I have no way to play these games. My question is are there any free xbox 360 emulators out there? I know they must exist but I haven't found a free one that's any good. It must work on PC, vista platform.
Question by DJ Radio | last reply
Hello i own a laptop that runs windows 7, and since obtaining it, i have found that alot of my applications are not working as they are incompatible with anything other than windows xp! most importantly, i cant run my "the movies :stunts and effects expansion pack for my game without needing to change over my save file, because the newly updated "the movies" game , on windows 7, is incapable of playing without crashing if it uses more than 1bg of ram, even though it can do so on windows xp. i want to know, are there any windows xp applicaton emulators?, not programs that emulate the operating system, but rather, run a program the way it would on that operating system? ive tried using the compatibility mode, but it never works. i really need a good emulator. i dont know what to search to find it on google!, all my atempts just turn up with emulators of the operating system, and not for specific applications!
Question by oldmanbeefjerky | last reply
Hi. Me and my friend have just started try to do some screen printing for tee shirts. We have made a few mistakes and it still isn't working properly. We bought a speedball kit and when we coated our first screen with emulation we then realised that we didn't mix the emulation with the sensitizer. So we washed off and then recoated with the now mixed emulation. We have also been using a 200w bulb and exposed our screen for 25 mins. We use transparent projector sheets. We also didn't have any black card so used a black bin bag under our screen when exposing. When we wash off the emulation with a hand held spray gun, too much emulation is coming away and leaving patches of space. Is this because we are not exposing it for long enough, or that the emulation is no good or a combination of all? Also, How long does it take for the emulation to dry and does this have a limited amount of time before exposure? Please help :-)
Question by siol | last reply
When I downloaded iDeaS the 2 screens came up but when I tried to open a ROM with it but nothing happened. I tried 2 different ROMs from 2 different websites so I don't think the ROMs are the problem.
Hi all, I am working on a project that involves firmware development for a micro controller based device. For the device i want it that when i plug it into a PC's USB port it should interact with the PC's OS and mount the storage on the device as an emulated drive automatically. as it happens for example on some USB GSM modems, which, when plugged into the PC mount a drive where the modems driver and associated communication software is already present and ready to use. Any help would greatly be appreciated. Thanks
Question by muhammajunaid | last reply
I was wondering whether there is a way to make a PC output xbox 360 signals through its usb port. I want to get a wiimote to work with an xbox 360, and since I can already control a PC using glovepie and a bluetooth adapter, wouldn't it be possible to take the wiimote input through the computer, convert it, and feed it directly to the xbox as if the PC were a controller?By the way, I already tried posting this in the forums but got no replies: https://www.instructables.com/community/Xbox-360-PC-Output-Emulation/
Question by jasper28 | last reply
I was wondering if anyone knew of a homebrew app that could sort music by artist, album, genre, etc. like an ipod can. I can't find it on my own.
Question by codongolev
I want to learn how to make my own photoblocker spray so I can use the tollway without my plates being photographed. I know PhotoBlocker already works but wondering if you geniuses can come up with an at home, DIY for this purpose. MANY thanks!
Topic by kfarrell | last reply
1. can it handle gamecube emulators ( before anyone says anything, I know it's a gaming laptop ) 2. how is it's performance compared to a Mac or a normal laptop
Question by crc09 | last reply
So i've install UnleashX to my softmodded xbox. How do i go about finding and installing emulators onto it? Thanks in advance!
Question by rogueleadr | last reply
I'm getting a bit annoyed at Windows, and almost everything I use is freeware already anyway. My problem is that most, if not all, of the programs I use were designed for Windows. If I could make a Linux system work with all my Windows programs, I think I would be much happier.
Question by Ria Hawk | last reply
I just got my raspberry pi a couple of days ago and want to put a gba emulator on it. I saw a emulator for it called visual boy advance for the raspberry pi zero, but it comes in a .deb file, could some one help me install this to my pi please download link: http://www.mediafire.com/download/rarkjssi65hly0r/vbam-r947_i386.deb
Topic by minecraftpotato
the ps2 emulator
Question by cmorse2 | last reply
I have attempted to download the emualtor for the gameboy on my ti nspire cas. But it did not work, i'm pretty sure it won't work, because in the readme file it said they only tested it on the ti nspire.
Question by flashanimator | last reply
Hi, um... Man, i wish there were more cross- platform games out there, cause i want to play the new titles "Need 4 Speed: Shift" and "Halo 3 ODST" on my PC, but they only made'em for the game consoles, not pc. (Plus i can't afford an Xbox). I know there's some xbox emulators like CxBx, (which i have), but i need one thats easy to use, and lets you customize all the controls for the game, so i can use a wireless gamepad on them.
Question by SMHLonWlf | last reply
Pretty much how do i add apps and emulators and How do i burn games? How do i Put pictures ? How do i put videos? How do i put apps ? \Please answer these questions.?
Question by rada194 | last reply
Hey guys I have been playing pokemon with visualboyadvance emulator and I wanted to know how I could record the games with Fraps. I cant get it to work the way I have it set up.
Question by EncasedDeath
Not too long ago I ordered a Raspberry Pi 3 and used it as my main computer for about a day and while it did most things pretty well, internet browsing, as usual, was painful, with the browser tabs loading very slowly and crashing frequently, probably due to the small about of RAM and poor RAM management. Anyways I decided that while the Pi 3 may still not be suitable for me in desktop use, what about game emulation!?!? ----------- So I download the RetroPie distro and flash that to a quality SD card, and get it set up. I installed a few experimental emulators and messed with the CPU/GPU RAM allocation a bit but any time I try to emulate a system, or even exit an emulator and get back to the emulation station, the entire system hangs!!!! Being a hardware guy, I get the osciloscope and measure the power supply. I did notice that when the PS3 is connected via USB, the red light on the Pi goes out. Surely enough the red light goes out because the nominal 5V input drops to below 4.5V, which causes the 1.1V regulator powering the processor to drop out for some reason. I replaced the dodgy 6 ft USB cable and 5V 2A power adapter with a much shorter 2 foot long and thick micro USB cable and use a quality samsung 5.3V 2.5A charger, and this seemed to fix that problem and reduce the frequency of system hangs. Now I can no longer observe a correlation between a system hang and low voltage dropout. The minimum voltage observed was 4.8V. However I still sometimes get system hangs when exiting emulators, and it is just about guaranteed to hang when trying to use the SNES, N64, and PSP emulators. I might try to reflash RetroPie over this weekend if I have time, but I want to know if anyone else had this problem or might have a solution. The SD card used was a 32GB SONY UHS1 card nominally rated at 40MB/s transfer rate, and benchmarked the highest of all my 32GB cards with 4Kbyte random read/write. I used Win32DiskImager to flash the card in windows 10.
Question by -max- | last reply
I want something cheep like 50 bucks. the only reason i want it is for plugging it into the tv and waching movies and playing emulated classic games. will a good video card help with emulation. will a cheep video card have blurry output almost forgot i need pci express or agp video card would this do the job http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=3053801&CatId;=1558
Question by Tanners | last reply
I've been thinking about using a thumb-style joystick in an upcoming project (like this one) and making it go digital instead of analog (like this) but the only things I can find on such joysticks are with microcontrollers. I planned on using it to send a key stroke by using the guts of an old keyboard to make a diy emulator controller (like this) and I was wondering if this were at all possible or if it needed a microcontroller.
Question by vigilantice | last reply
Hello, I am doing some experimenting with the HC-06 and the Arduino/Leonardo. I have the basic setup working to a terminal emulator on my PC. I would like to go one step further now and have the Leonard/HC-06 communicate with a PC application like Word or a browser. In short, I'm trying to have the Leonardo/HC-06 function like a Bluetooth keyboard. Is that possible, or is the HC-06 limited to talking to only a terminal emulator? Thanks, George
Topic by GTF1
I tried to make a USB mouse to RS232 mouse adapter with my Arduino Due, but I couldn't. I used the right protocol and even tried to have the program send a capital M when it started, which is what real RS232 mice do when the DTR line is toggled (I was guessing that the DTR line was used to reset the Arduino). Can it be done, or will I need a separate adapter?
Question by VirtualBoxer | last reply
I have one of my brother's old PS3 and one of the controllers that he left behind and my dad wants a controller for the emulator that he's playing on is there a way to mod/hardware hack the PS3,the controller and the laptop computer or our desktop computer to make it so that the PS3 controller works as a "joystick" controller for the computer? if so is there an instructable for it?if there isn't an instructable for it can someone make one for me? extra info: my dad's playing the emulator project64 as the N64 which does support joysticks....i think
Question by Legendmoltre | last reply
I am running Project 64, and recently got Pokemon Stadium and Pokemon Yellow (I know it's for the Gameboy, and have the emulator.) For the love, I have no idea how to properly set up the transfer pak to run with the software and make the game playable. I am using theN-Rage's Direct-Input8 V2 1.80a Plugin. Could anyone who knows how to do this give me instructions?
Question by AlternateLives | last reply