View Full Version : WANTED: Any and all Multi-Game Doctor 2 Parts/IO's/S/DRAM
07-21-2004, 11:44 PM
I'm looking for basically anything Multi-Game Doctor 2 related.
07-22-2004, 01:26 PM
How much can you spend?
07-22-2004, 04:47 PM
Depends on what you have. I'm very familiar with current prices on MGD2 stuff.
07-22-2004, 10:28 PM
If you know current prices, you'll know that they're pretty relative. Last time I checked, even common MGD2 stuff was still expensive. I let a lot of MGD2 items go last year but I don't think I will have a problem getting more. The thing is, I wouldn't want to sell them though unless I could eventually replace them. With that said, I won't give handouts because I collect the stuff too.
Right now I only have 2 MGD2 (one black, one white) in my posession, also a GB I/O, SRAM DL, 8M DC and a Doctor Cell.
I can pretty quickly acquire any SRAM I/O (including 16M SFC/MD shells, the only one that would be outrageously expensive would be PCE I/O.) DRAM cables, PC Links, SFC/MD I/O. I might be able to get a 32M Doctor Card or two, perhaps a NG I/O (not that it can be used) and maybe a HiRom adapter for SFC I/O (which was never really sold.)
07-22-2004, 11:06 PM
How much can you get 32M DRAMs for? I'd be interestred in the HiRom adapter for SFC too.
07-23-2004, 02:21 PM
You're from the Cali Bay Area too? :)
32M DRAM, I *think* for about $100. The HiRom adapter will need to be custom made most likely, for that, $500+. Within a month I'm moving across the country so I really don't have time to investigate this stuff.
07-23-2004, 03:05 PM
West Side! Heh-heh.
Hmm… $100.00, a little steep. I saw a SF Dram I/O w/16 Meg for $20.00.
I was reading somewhere that, it's very easy to allow Hi-Rom support with little or no modification. I’ll have to dig up the link.
07-23-2004, 03:23 PM
I'm not in SF, but about 10 miles away, I'm in Alameda. You must have seen the SF + 16M card @ Tototek, they were practically giving away their old stuff. The HiRom adapter contains a GAL20v8 (IIRC) to handle the switch, not an easy fix...
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