usb gamereader quick question

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Van leon.belmont

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02-11-2011, 00:52

wow, how many replies, thanks guys! well, as soon as i can, i will buy the gamereader, thanks for the proce and the link!Big smile

for mars2000 and syn msx lover: ok very well, so i only have to istall the driver by the cd-rom and install the emulator...right?

for samor msx professional: thanks for the info!!

for manuel msx legend: because i do not have the msx2 anymore...Crying...i only have the game...

Van LeoM

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02-11-2011, 13:49

I also own a gamereader, but I don't have a 32bit operating system anymore....
I think more people will be in this situation in the near future...
Is there any way to get the gamereader to work on a 64bit OS? Or can I never use it again... Crying

So help please....

Van leon.belmont

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02-11-2011, 14:38

i ve made a little research for you but unfortunately i didnt find anything...what about to ask to the creator of the gamereader? maybe he can help youWink

Van enribar

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02-11-2011, 17:46

Me too I have Windows 7 Professional 64 bit.
Maybe we could build a virtual machine with Windows XP or a software sandbox.

Van mars2000you

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02-11-2011, 18:36

Me too I have Windows 7 Professional 64 bit.
Maybe we could build a virtual machine with Windows XP or a software sandbox.

Already tested by Samor without any good result :

http://www.msx.org/forumtopic7272.html

I citate his last message :

in case anyone wondered how this ended so far... not good

-Messing about with the driver wasn't much of an option since 64-bit Win is much stricter about it...

-I then tried using the USB support in Win 7's XP mode (Virtual PC) and VirtualBox running XP (32-bit), but sadly that did not work either.

Van kotai

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11-07-2012, 14:58

There are news about 64bit driver for USB GameReader ?

Kotai

Van FiXato

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11-07-2012, 15:13

I think it's best to keep an old computer lying around for playing those old games. oh… wait… Tongue

Van nikodr

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11-07-2012, 15:54

mars2000you wrote:

Me too I have Windows 7 Professional 64 bit.
Maybe we could build a virtual machine with Windows XP or a software sandbox.

Already tested by Samor without any good result :

http://www.msx.org/forumtopic7272.html

I citate his last message :

in case anyone wondered how this ended so far... not good

-Messing about with the driver wasn't much of an option since 64-bit Win is much stricter about it...

-I then tried using the USB support in Win 7's XP mode (Virtual PC) and VirtualBox running XP (32-bit), but sadly that did not work either.

How about vmware?i think latest version of vmware maybe could work...i managed to install an old webcamera that drivers did not work on anything other than windows 98 ,just by installing it on a vmware windows 98.I think it has better driver control than virtualpc and virtualbox.

Van kotai

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11-07-2012, 16:38

if someone can test and confirm operation in vmware I buy the USB Gamereader

Kotai.

Van FiXato

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11-07-2012, 16:59

To be honest I still don't see the use of the gamereader…
Why use the real cartridges on an emulator when good dumped ROMs are easily available?

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