Shalom - Knightmare III - Emulator RuMSX (Got a problem)

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By pzglippe

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26-11-2008, 15:02

Hi, i have some problem. Look this picture:

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;( So, every time when i try to fall into the any 2 holes my emulator (msx) RESTART (reset). I dont know what the problem is that, anybody here expert can give me help?

Hugs.

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Translate for portuguese:

Olá, tudo bom? Eu tenho um problema, veja a foto em cima (na parte onde está inglês)

Então, toda vez que eu passo por cima do buraco o meu emulador restarta e volta tudo novamente, como se estivesse dando boot na máquina. Alguem experiente pode me ajudar?

Abraços.

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By muffie

Paladin (933)

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26-11-2008, 15:59

1st question should be... Why you're using RuMSX?

By pzglippe

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26-11-2008, 18:46

1st question should be... Why you're using RuMSX?

I use Blue and Ru emulator - Dont work in any case. BA-team

Why you dont try to say a solution or tell me what emulator i need to use to see.

By muffie

Paladin (933)

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26-11-2008, 18:52

Because, that can be pretty much anything.
1st) You're using the english version for obvious reasons: Just a few of us can understand japanese games. Anyway, my suggestion would be try the original japanese dump on BlueMSX or OpenMSX to see if the error still occurs.
If still happens, you could create a save state (Blue or Open) close to the hole and submit it to ppl who can debug the code. If it's really an emulator problem (which I doubt it) there will some ppl interested in helping you.

By pzglippe

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26-11-2008, 19:13

Because, that can be pretty much anything.
1st) You're using the english version for obvious reasons: Just a few of us can understand japanese games. Anyway, my suggestion would be try the original japanese dump on BlueMSX or OpenMSX to see if the error still occurs.
If still happens, you could create a save state (Blue or Open) close to the hole and submit it to ppl who can debug the code. If it's really an emulator problem (which I doubt it) there will some ppl interested in helping you.

Thanks

By pzglippe

Supporter (6)

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26-11-2008, 19:22

Because, that can be pretty much anything.
1st) You're using the english version for obvious reasons: Just a few of us can understand japanese games. Anyway, my suggestion would be try the original japanese dump on BlueMSX or OpenMSX to see if the error still occurs.
If still happens, you could create a save state (Blue or Open) close to the hole and submit it to ppl who can debug the code. If it's really an emulator problem (which I doubt it) there will some ppl interested in helping you.

Thanks

Dude LOOK THIS MSG:

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ROM-MAPPER: 8kB block 2 at 8000 (in slot 1)
ROM-MAPPER: 8kB block 3 at A000 (in slot 1)
RAM-MAPPER: block 0 (00) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 1 (01) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 0 (00) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 2 (02) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 0 (00) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 1 (01) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 0 (00) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 2 (02) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 0 (00) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 1 (01) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 0 (00) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 2 (02) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 0 (00) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 1 (01) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 0 (00) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 2 (02) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 0 (00) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 1 (01) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 0 (00) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 2 (02) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 0 (00) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 1 (01) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 0 (00) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 2 (02) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 0 (00) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 1 (01) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 0 (00) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 2 (02) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 0 (00) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 1 (01) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 0 (00) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 2 (02) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 0 (00) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 1 (01) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 0 (00) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 1 (01) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 2 (02) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 3 (03) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 4 (04) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 5 (05) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 6 (06) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 7 (07) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 8 (08) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 9 (09) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 10 (0A) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 11 (0B) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 12 (0C) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 13 (0D) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 14 (0E) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 15 (0F) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 16 (10) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 17 (11) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 18 (12) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 19 (13) at 4000h
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RAM-MAPPER: block 25 (19) at 4000h
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RAM-MAPPER: block 27 (1B) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 28 (1C) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 29 (1D) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 30 (1E) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 31 (1F) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 32 (20) at 4000h
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RAM-MAPPER: block 44 (2C) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 45 (2D) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 46 (2E) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 47 (2F) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 48 (30) at 4000h
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RAM-MAPPER: block 58 (3A) at 4000h
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RAM-MAPPER: block 60 (3C) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 61 (3D) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 62 (3E) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 63 (3F) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 64 (40) at 4000h
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RAM-MAPPER: block 73 (49) at 4000h
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RAM-MAPPER: block 76 (4C) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 77 (4D) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 78 (4E) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 79 (4F) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 80 (50) at 4000h
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RAM-MAPPER: block 112 (70) at 4000h
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RAM-MAPPER: block 128 (80) at 4000h
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RAM-MAPPER: block 144 (90) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 145 (91) at 4000h
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RAM-MAPPER: block 160 (A0) at 4000h
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RAM-MAPPER: block 162 (A2) at 4000h
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RAM-MAPPER: block 165 (A5) at 4000h
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RAM-MAPPER: block 167 (A7) at 4000h
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RAM-MAPPER: block 180 (B4) at 4000h
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RAM-MAPPER: block 182 (B6) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 183 (B7) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 184 (B8) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 185 (B9) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 186 (BA) at 4000h
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RAM-MAPPER: block 196 (C4) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 197 (C5) at 4000h
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RAM-MAPPER: block 201 (C9) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 202 (CA) at 4000h
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RAM-MAPPER: block 206 (CE) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 207 (CF) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 208 (D0) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 209 (D1) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 210 (D2) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 211 (D3) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 212 (D4) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 213 (D5) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 214 (D6) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 215 (D7) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 216 (D8) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 217 (D9) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 218 (DA) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 219 (DB) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 220 (DC) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 221 (DD) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 222 (DE) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 223 (DF) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 224 (E0) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 225 (E1) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 226 (E2) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 227 (E3) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 228 (E4) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 229 (E5) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 230 (E6) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 231 (E7) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 232 (E8) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 233 (E9) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 234 (EA) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 235 (EB) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 236 (EC) at 4000h
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RAM-MAPPER: block 238 (EE) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 239 (EF) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 240 (F0) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 241 (F1) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 242 (F2) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 243 (F3) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 244 (F4) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 245 (F5) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 246 (F6) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 247 (F7) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 248 (F8) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 249 (F9) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 250 (FA) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 251 (FB) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 252 (FC) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 253 (FD) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 254 (FE) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 255 (FF) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 0 (00) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 1 (01) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 2 (02) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 3 (03) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 4 (04) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 5 (05) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 6 (06) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 7 (07) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 8 (08) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 9 (09) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 10 (0A) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 11 (0B) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 12 (0C) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 13 (0D) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 14 (0E) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 15 (0F) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 16 (10) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 17 (11) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 18 (12) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 19 (13) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 20 (14) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 21 (15) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 22 (16) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 23 (17) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 24 (18) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 25 (19) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 26 (1A) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 27 (1B) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 28 (1C) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 29 (1D) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 30 (1E) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 31 (1F) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 32 (20) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 2 (02) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 0 (00) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 1 (01) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 0 (00) at 4000h
RAM-MAPPER: block 2 (02) at 4000h
Screen 6 initialized
VDP command: 70 (0,0)->(45,32) [422,0] Color 0
VDP command: 70 (0,0)->(45,33) [422,0] Color 0
VDP command: 70 (0,0)->(45,34) [422,0] Color 0
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When said SCREEN 6 INITIALIZED its the problem with RESET when i pass from the hole.

I wanna send my safe for someone, who and where can i send my rom?

By Jipe

Paragon (1351)

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26-11-2008, 20:02

you initialize for a 4mo mapper (255 block) !!
try with 256k and testing if same

By muffie

Paladin (933)

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26-11-2008, 20:07

BlueMSX does not autodetect the ROM file?
R u really sure that the same problem occurs on BlueMSX?

By Randam

Paladin (900)

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26-11-2008, 21:54

Pzglippe: there is no bug in RUMSX or BlueMSX or the english version. That is supposed to happen. Some of the villagers on that island even tell you indirectly. Also, the first time you walk one position next to either of the two holes the guy in the room to the right of this one warns you. There is a condition you must meet in order to enter either one of the holes, but this part of the game can be skipped. Otherwise the game resets. Same as on Amnesia Island with most of the holes over there.

* Spoiler *
If you are able to enter and have a specific item with you, you can save a girl and get the Mantle. With it you lose half the damage you normally lose when hit by a boss demon. Since most demons are easy you probably don't need it...

* end spoiler *

By pzglippe

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27-11-2008, 13:16

Pzglippe: there is no bug in RUMSX or BlueMSX or the english version. That is supposed to happen. Some of the villagers on that island even tell you indirectly. Also, the first time you walk one position next to either of the two holes the guy in the room to the right of this one warns you. There is a condition you must meet in order to enter either one of the holes, but this part of the game can be skipped. Otherwise the game resets. Same as on Amnesia Island with most of the holes over there.

* Spoiler *
If you are able to enter and have a specific item with you, you can save a girl and get the Mantle. With it you lose half the damage you normally lose when hit by a boss demon. Since most demons are easy you probably don't need it...

* end spoiler *

But dude, i have all the items. What the items its? I have the candle, the plant and others items. i need fall to meet the girl and use candle but when i pass over the hole my emulate crash.

By diedel

Resident (37)

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27-11-2008, 13:42

Yes, it's not a bug neither a crash. I remember that reset playing in my MSX with the original Shalom cartridge.

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