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This message was posted by The Dumper, posted on December 15, 2001 at 11:55:41 coming from 209.204.139
This message is a reply to Re: HELP ME PLEASE!!! posted from marcus posted at December 12, 2001 at 19:23:11
> > > someone please help me....i too recently got a super wild card dx2 and i can't seem to backup my cartridges?! when i try to back it up, the menu doesn't give me extra options it just stays there. i also cannot play games by plugging the cartridge into the super wild card cartridge port. please someone tell me whats going.....i getting scared...seriously! all that money on a super wild card which is possible its faulty.
> > > much obliged to anyone who even does much as read it and special thanks to those who can help me out! bye!

> > At a bear minimum you should be able to play a game through the cart port. If you can't do that something is seriously wrong.

> > First make sure you are using an external power supply for the DX2, 9VDC 1A center negative. Next, try running the self check on the DX2 and see if it passes.

> i have a suitable adapter i'm positive of that. during a game, i can't even seem to get out of the game into the wild card menu. i've been trying to play dragonball z hyper dimension which i know has some form of graphics chip but should that affect playing a cartridge in the wild card port? everything through floppy so far works fine but this cartridge port is really scaring me man.
> thanks for helping though, much appreciated.

Yes, it will. It uses an SA-1 chip which has it's own internal lockout and CPU onboard. The clock for the CPU doesn't get passed through the Wildcard and it will never work. Try a regular game.

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