Originally Posted by Stipo360
Originally Posted by Critical-Strike
Not true, the game builds will run on ANY xenon xdk if it ran on kev's jtag it will run on any xdk side car is used to debug
fact. i spoke with a famous halo modder and PPC code genius "lord zedd" and he said unless the xex is beta xex 1, then it ISN'T mother board specific, i tried telling assembler but of course he wont listen to me.. no game requires a certain CPU to run, and if it requires a dev nand because the xex is either not compiled and still in .exe format, or the
Most think USB is what it means, a universal serial bus device.
Well apparently there were some USB chipsets that did not conform and required drivers. Namely those by lucent (remember them?)
The chipset in question is the USS725C chipset, used in "Que!" drive enclosures (absolutely worst name for a company ever).
Naming your company after a technical term that shares meaning with one of the most common spanish phrases ever ranks up there with trying
Updated 3 Weeks Ago at 01:23 PM by ASSEMbler
Want awesome visualizations in VLC? The default ones leave much to be desired.
ProjectM is an open source competitor to Milkdrop visualization. This is what is supported in VLC, but unexplained for the most part.
First of all, this tutorial is for Windows only, sorry.
Navigate to the VLC install directory, and create a directory called "visualizations"
Download the latest ProjectM visualization TAR file and extract "presets_milkdrop_200"
About a year ago I purchased my first PC Engine from an eBay seller in the US(I live in the US so I did so to save on shipping). I paid 217.00$ and 20$ shipping for a Duo-R in box with instructions and one controller. The console was yellowed but it had no AV cable... and the cable ended up being my big problem.
Since I had no video cable, I carelessly went back to eBay and got the cheapest cable I could find.
Updates on the way, including some much demanded mobile options.