Re: sending rom to SWC 2.6cc transfer is fine, but the snes just sit there HELP PLEASE

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This message was posted by still pissed off (thanks for the help, but how), posted on December 02, 2001 at 13:50:37 coming from 194.112.60
This message is a reply to Re: sending rom to SWC 2.6cc transfer is fine, but the snes just sit there HELP PLEASE posted from The Dumper posted at December 01, 2001 at 12:15:24
> > Hi,

> > I have been trying to get this pc-snes transfer thing to work for nearly a week now. I have used 2 different straight through cables on 3 different pc's but no cigar.
> > All the software sends the roms correctly but the snes just sits there and does not boot the rom, I think maybe it is a power problem though the snes works fine from disk?
> > Also when i try to receive a data from the snes to the pc it either frezes the program or displays corrupt data.

> > please help this is driving me mad

> Does the SWC work fine from floppy?

> Here's what I would suggest:

> Use an external power supply on the SWC.

> Ohm out the cable with an ohm meter to make sure it's 1-1 on all pins. Just because you tried 3 different cables doesn't mean that one of them is correct for your application -- verify it.

> Send a ROM image that you have dumped on your SWC and loaded from floppy so you are sure that it works on your unit.

> Check your computer's BIOS settings for the parallel port. If you can select different protocols such as EPP try selecting a different one to see if that makes a difference.

> If you try all this and it still doesn't work it may be that the parallel port interface chip in the SWC is bad.

How do I wire up a external power supply? (where do i connect the power on the swc board)

Thanks for the reply, I have followed you instuctions and still no cigar, I think it must be a power problem.

The cable is fine tested all the connections

I am now sending a swc ripped rom

still does not work though, do i have to select anything on the swc/snes options?

The disk drive works fine.




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