With the speed fix you disconnect the clock signal from the SNES and add a 4.194304 MHz crystal to the SGB. This is also how the SGB2 works.
The clock speed of the GB is 4.194304 MHz. The SGB takes the clock signal from the SNES and divides it by 5. For PAL that is 21.28137 / 5 =...
It looks like a programmer for xecuter2 modchip.
Instead of making your own cables you could just use one of these: http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/160454611391
Dutch keyboards are very rare, most people here use a US keyboard. If you order from the Japanese Apple website there is an option to select a US...
Are you sure it was cancelled? It is for sale here: http://www.bol.com/nl/p/boulder-dash-rocks/1004004011019986/
Forcing display mode does not work with a lot of games. You can try holding B when booting, many PAL games can be set to 60Hz that way.
A conductive pen could work. I usually solder a wire directly onto the chip and completely bypass the broken trace.
64 kbit = 8kbyte. The piracy warning should only show up on copiers, the real cartridge can never have more than 8 kilobytes of SRAM unless...
Strange. I have had cartridges with corrupt SRAM and leaving out the battery for a couple minutes always erased all data.
There might be...
Remove the battery, wait a couple minutes to make sure all the SRAM data is gone then install the battery again.
Apparently there was also going to be a PC version. Maybe that's why it is a full size disc.
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Time: January 2014
While the video decoder supports NTSC the tuner is probably hardwired for PAL B/G frequencies.
For PAL the audio carrier is 5.5 MHz above the video carrier and for NTSC the audio carrier is 4.5 MHz above the video carrier. Because you have a...
If you have an adapter that provides enough current you can use something like this: http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/350790893954
It is discontinued so you probably won't find a new one, but it is usually very cheap on eBay, check the sold listings. Unlike other SCART...
I can recommend the Bluedelta Smart SCART. It has automatic switching and built in video amplifier. I got mine off eBay for Â£3 a while ago.
What's the purple Gamecube in that picture?
Just point some bright IR LEDs at your face, it will show up as a bright spot on cameras: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jOH9XhsP3iI
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