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By Manuel

Ascended (14996)

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27-07-2016, 22:53

That's a nice start.

First tell me: did you plug in any cartridges while running this? E.g. a floppy drive interface or a MegaFlashROM SCC+ SD cartridge?

To continue, check out that README.TXT file again. The best thing is to run everything as is explained there under "How to use". But it might be a good idea to go for step d) (Dump the ROMs) now. So, please execute what is written in that text file. I could paste it here, but I'm sure you can read it Smile

By alshamaa

Expert (115)

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13-08-2016, 12:16

Yes. I'm using MegaFlashROM SCC+ SD cartridge.
I tried (saverom.com) but I didn't get any results.
This is a screenshot :

Thin I used ( getrom.bin ) . it's more easy.
The computer stared to save the MSX.rom without any end.
This is a screenshot :

I tried ( getrom.bin ) with blueMSX and it succeeded.
but with the real MSX it was like a freezing.
May be there is some thing wrong with the place of saving data at MegaFlashROM ??

By Manuel

Ascended (14996)

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31-07-2016, 22:28

Run this first:
SAVEROM /S
This will list all the slots that have something in it.

Then you can save them one by one as follows (example!):
SAVEROM 0-0.ROM
(and select primary slot 0 and secondary slot 0, as is explained in the instructions)
and also for all the other slots that are mentioned in the output of SAVROM /S. Make sure to change the filename accordingly for each slot you are dumping!

By alshamaa

Expert (115)

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13-08-2016, 12:17

Manuel wrote:

Run this first:
SAVEROM /S
This will list all the slots that have something in it.

sorry . No slots was listed when I run (SAVEROM /S)
This is a screenshot for what was happened:

in the end I got 64k file within my SD card !
is that it ??

By Manuel

Ascended (14996)

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02-08-2016, 22:23

You missed a space. You need to add a space between the program and its options.

What you did accomplish here is making a dump of slot 0-0. That's a nice start Smile

By alshamaa

Expert (115)

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13-08-2016, 12:15

Manuel wrote:

You missed a space. You need to add a space between the program and its options.

I'm sorry
when I added a space between the program and its options I didn't get any thing.

By Louthrax

Paragon (1921)

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13-08-2016, 12:16

alshamaa wrote:
Manuel wrote:

You missed a space. You need to add a space between the program and its options.

I'm sorry
when I added a space between the program and its options I didn't get any thing.

Mmmm... Looks like the program asks for a capital S (S not s).

By alshamaa

Expert (115)

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13-08-2016, 12:15

Manuel wrote:

Mmmm... Looks like the program asks for a capital S (S not s).

I used the capital S but nothing changed.
also I tried that with AX-170 and it was the same behavior.

By Manuel

Ascended (14996)

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05-08-2016, 23:42

OK, that's strange. Perhaps it MUST have the filename specified:
saverom dummy.rom /s
?

By kanima

Master (192)

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06-08-2016, 02:00

Manuel wrote:

OK, that's strange. Perhaps it MUST have the filename specified:
saverom dummy.rom /s
?

Yes, it MUST have the filename. Just read the usage that is output by the program when started incorrectly:
saverom <filename> [/S]

It's standard syntax notation: anything between square brackets is optional, the rest is mandatory. So, /S is optional (which makes sense, you might just want to save a rom without also showing the slotmap), but the filename is mandatory. And yes, there must be a space between the filename and the /S option.

So, either use:
saverom dummy.rom
or
saverom dummy.rom /S

Both of these commands will save the rom to dummy.rom, but the latter will also display the slotmap.

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