Re: game doctor sf7

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This message was posted by punisher, posted on January 25, 2002 at 05:04:04 coming from 195.92.194
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This message is a reply to Re: game doctor sf7 posted from Arakon posted at January 25, 2002 at 04:09:35
> > > I just bought a game doctor sf7. When i try to to run anything from the floppy drive i get a disk error (RDST)
> > > Does anyone else have this problem?
> > > Im using a 9 volt uk snes adaptor on the gamedoctor. And i think i have 64mb ram but i get errors when i run self test.Anyone? Any info is appreciated.

> > Is your PS 9VDC? Center negative? What's the amperage rating?

> > Errors on the self test are bad. What errors are you getting? Why do you think it has 64mb?

> > Can you back up a game to dram and run it? What about with the floppy disconnected?

> the european SNES power supply is 9 V AC! do NOT use it anymore, or you will destroy the GDSF7.. you can use a UK megadrive power supply, for example, but NOT a snes one!

Ok, here's what was wrong with it: It had 2 32mb ram chips in it but the ram in slot one wasn't working so i took it out and replaced it with the one in the upgrade slot, which stopped the errors on the self test.
Now i can load games on to ram from a cartridge and play them.
But the floppy drive still gives me the RDST error. I think ill try getting a new power supply before anything else.





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