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    MAME v155

    New release:

    MAMETesters Bugs Fixed
    ----------------------
    - 01007: [Sound] (simpsons.c) simpsons: Some in-game samples such as
    "maggie" and "that´s my sister mister" sound bad. (Alex Jackson)
    - 05705: [DIP/Input] (segas18.c) ddcrew: Player 3 buttons not working (Osso)
    - 05700: [Graphics] (terracre.c) amazon, amatelas: lag/desync between
    sprites and background (Alex Jackson)
    - 03395: [Sound] (nmk16.c) macross2: Music emulation is not 100% perfect
    (a balance issue) (trap15)
    - 02422: [Sound] (nmk16.c) mustang: Sound communication might be incorrectly
    implemented. (trap15)
    - 02417: [Sound] (nmk16.c) NMK004 sound CPU is just (imperfectly) simulated
    for now. (trap15)
    - 01117: [Graphics] (nmk16.c) macross2: After some versions, I noticed a different
    gfx overlap priority between hugest ships and weapon pickups in Macross2. (trap15)
    - 05493: [Crash/Freeze] (itgambl2.c) All sets in itgambl2.c: Crash before OK
    (Olivier Galibert)
    - 05697: [DIP/Input] (flyball.c) All sets in flyball.c: Controls for Batter and
    Pitcher are intertwined (hap)
    - 05693: [Graphics] (ddragon3.c) wwfwfest: Wrestler Entrance does not show graphics
    (hap)
    - 05689: [Misc.] (williams.c) All sets in williams.c: Utility panel buttons not
    working correctly compared to real game
    - 05683: [Interface] SDL-based: -watchdog command not operable in SDLMAME (R. Belmont)
    - 05681: [Crash/Freeze] SDL-based: Most Laserdisc CHD games either do not boot or
    have other issues (R. Belmont)
    - 05688: [Crash/Freeze] (psikyo4.c) hgkairak, hotgm4ev, hotgmck, hotgmck3, hotgmcki:
    MAME crashes when enabling flip screen in psikyo4 games (Osso)
    - 02124: [Graphics] (namconb1.c) nebulray, nebulrayj: Nebulas Ray is missing a rotation
    effect in the first level (Phil Bennett)
    - 05686: [Documentation] (model2.c) vcopa: missing relationship (Tafoid)
    - 05685: [Documentation] (alg.c) maddog22: maddog22 is missing relationship with other
    maddog2 sets (JWallace)
    - 05676: [Sound] (eolith.c) candy: Loss of in-game sound (Wilbert Pol)
    - 05675: [Color/Palette] (highvdeo.c) newmcard, record: Palette problems (David Haywood)
    - 05666: [Crash/Freeze] (cswat.c) cswat: AddressSanitizer: heap-buffer-overflow with
    -aviwrite (hap)
    - 05350: [Core] Systems using M6809 with M6809_HOLD_LINE: CWAI doesn´t acknowledge
    interrupts while polling for them (hap)
    - 05629: [Color/Palette] hangplt, hangpltu, thrilld: Voodoo 3D graphics have no palette
    (Phil Bennett)
    - 05637: [Crash/Freeze] (vegas.c) gauntdl, gauntdl24: Emulation hangs after initialization
    (Phil Bennett)
    - 05638: [Crash/Freeze] (seattle.c) vaportrx, vaportrxp: Emulation hangs during INIT
    (Phil Bennett)
    - 05636: [Sound] (vegas.c) gauntleg, gauntdl, carnevil and clones: Missing streaming
    BGM/Sounds during gameplay (Phil Bennett)
    - 05634: [Crash/Freeze] (tasman.c) All sets in tasman.c: [debug] Assertion in Debug
    (Alex Jackson)
    - 05644: [Graphics] (homerun.c) ganjaja: Line glitches at top of screen (hap)
    - 05631: [Crash/Freeze] mquake.c, upscope.c: Crash shortly after start (Osso)
    - 05633: [Crash/Freeze] (pcxt.c) tetriskr: [debug] Crash in Debug at start (crazyc)
    - 00386: [Graphics] (battlera.c) battlera, bldwolf, bldwolfj: Sprites in the same player
    where the black box with text that appears sometimes are printed in front of them.
    (David Haywood)
    - 00385: [Graphics] (battlera.c) battlera: When you are fighting against the first final
    boss, you can see it even if it is under the water. (David Haywood)

    Source Changes
    --------------

    -tourvis.c: Added version 5.3 BIOS to the Tourvision driver. [system11]

    -m68kmake.c: change overlapping memcpy() to memmove() [Casper Ti. Vector]

    -Changed set mpoker and driver to mgames. Also description from
    Multi-Poker to Match Games accordingly with the official flyer.
    http://flyers.arcade-museum.com/?pag...ideodb&id=6500 In
    fact, these are skill instead of poker games. Also added way more
    documentation and some cosmetic fixes. [Roberto Fresca]

    -Unknown Pac-Man gambling game: Rename and redefine the inputs to match
    the behavior of both games. Added complete instructions to play the
    stealth gambling game. [Roberto Fresca]

    -Unknown Pac-Man gambling game: Added proper sound support. Rearranged
    some inputs and hooked extra port. Found some DIP switches. Added
    technical notes and instructions. Cleaned up the whole driver.
    [Roberto Fresca]

    -k053246_k053247_k055673.c: Make 8-bit-per-pixel ROM readback work;
    hook up ROM readback properly in rungun.c; hook up registers properly
    in tasman.c (sprite ROM tests pass now, still doesn´t draw anything)
    [Alex Jackson]

    -fm2612: fixed missing dac channel on savestate load
    [dink (FB Alpha project)]

    -Added decryption support for Music Ball [Andreas Naive]

    -speedbal.c: Give Music Ball it´s own correct Bonus dipswitch settings.
    Add dipswitch locations to Speed Ball & Music Ball. [Brian Troha]

    -improve Funny Strip / Puck People protection simulation [iq_132]

    -tatsumi.c: Fixed Cycle Warriors (set 1) hangs at boot. [MASH]

    -k005289: fix off-by-one frequency; adds missing detune effect to
    nemesis BGM [Alex Jackson]

    -floppy: Handle half and quarter tracks [O. Galibert]

    -williams.c - Added missing video board PROM to Joust 2 [Joe Magiera]

    -flopimg: don´t trash a bunch of memory when loading legacy floppies.
    [R. Belmont]

    -gcpinbal.c: Added PCB layout for Grand Cross Pinball
    [Brian Troha, system11]

    -ssv.c: Add PCB for the Storm Blade game rom board.
    [Brian Troha, ShouTime]

    -Laserdisc titles added and reorganised to include dumps from other
    sources. ALG titles in particular have been heavily reorganised
    [Dragon´s Lair Project, J. Wallace]

    -taito_b.c: Verified clock speeds for the East Technology´s ET910000A
    PCB used by Sel Feena and Ryu Jin. [system11]

    -namconb1.c - Improved interrupt handling, fixing raster-effects (used
    by nebulray and machbrkr) and nebulray test mode. [Phil Bennett]

    -Implemented the Namco Custom 116 palette and raster IRQ controller as
    a device, and hooked it up to the namcos1, namconb1 and namcofl
    drivers [Alex Jackson]

    -digfx.c: Make some members protected instead of private to be less
    fascistic and more consistent with other device_interfaces. [Alex Jackson]

    -SDL: update manpages [Cesare Falco]

    -Allow use of external SQLite3 [Cesare Falco]

    -coinmvga.c driver: Minor cleanup, new set added, and changed game
    descriptions. [Roberto Fresca]

    -msm5832: day of week is 0-6, not 1-7 [R. Belmont]

    -galaxian.c: redumped atlantis2. [system11]

    -Preliminary IGS029 protection simulation for mgcs: [Luca Elia]
    fixes sound, dips and crash at game start.

    -bwidow.c - Various changes: [Phil Bennett]
    * Added address decoder PROMs to Gravitar and clones.
    * Renamed ROMs to include correct part numbers and locations.
    * Renamed set gravp to gravitar1.

    -centiped.c - Various changes: [Phil Bennett]
    * Made centtime the parent (this is actually revision 4)
    * Renamed ROMs to include correct part numbers and locations.
    * Added sync PROM to Warlords

    -fuukifg2.c: Correct clock speeds for the Susume! Mile Smile / Go Go!
    Mile Smile and Gyakuten!! Puzzle Bancho sets. [system11]

    -added decryption for Gundam Wing: Endless Duel (SNES bootleg) [iq_132]

    -floppy: Don´t infloop in set_write_splice when there´s no floppy
    (fixes MT5672) [O. Galibert]

    -mips3drc: Throw badcop exceptions on COP1 accesses while the COP1
    status bit is not enabled [MarathonMan]

    -segaybd.c: Give the new Power Drift (Japan, Link Version) it´s own
    correct dipswitch settings. [Brian Troha]

    -ymf278b: Use the memory system to access wavetable data. This should
    make it possible to hook up RAM as well as ROM to the device, e.g. for
    computer sound cards in MESS. [Alex Jackson]

    -psikyo4: Improve and clean up wavetable ROM banking. The mask ROM
    tests in hotgm4ev and hotgmcki pass now. loderndf still fails for
    unknown reasons. Miscellaneous cleanups as well. [Alex Jackson]

    -mfi_dsk: Fix leaks [O. Galibert]

    -SDL: fall through to the baseline Win32 implementations for file,
    socket, and pty/named pipe I/O. [R. Belmont]

    -SDL: init timebase the first time it´s needed on Windows, Mac, and
    OS/2 targets. [R. Belmont]

    -Fixed sprite DMA for Raiden 2, bullets are now visible
    [Angelo Salese, Olivier Galibert]

    -SDL: remove dead code from SDL2 renderer, fix laserdisc crash with
    SDL2 -video accel rendering. [R. Belmont]

    -replace rom in ryukendna set [system11]

    -SDL: link properly on OS X for SDL2. [R. Belmont]

    -SDL: Use the same screen selection method for SDL2 as Windows.
    [R. Belmont]

    -Various pinballs working (see list below) [Robbbert]

    -Sound for Atari pinball machines [Robbbert]

    -gtia.c: converted to be a device. [Fabio Priuli]

    -hikaru: add mask dumps for podrace [Cah4e3]

    -voodoo.c, vooddefs.h: Added support for writes to trexInit1 register,
    to return TMU configuration data. [Peter Ferrie]

    -antic.c: converted to be a device. [Fabio Priuli]

    -SDL: Allow -sound dsound on SDL Windows builds. [R. Belmont]

    -Removed legacy_cpu_device. [Wilbert Pol]

    -Added proper NMK004 internal rom [trap15]

    -Hooked up support for NMK004 internal rom in MAME, replacing Nicola´s
    old simulation code [trap15, David Haywood]

    -Fixed TLCS90 16-bit timers & support NMI in the core [trap15]

    -Various tweaks and improvements in nmk16.c (timings, sound balance,
    etc.): [trap15, David Haywood]
    * US AAF Mustang now has sound / music for the first time
    * Much better sound / music in the following games Bio-ship Paladin,
    Vandyke, Black Heart, Acrobat Mission, Koutetsu Yousai Strahl, Thunder
    Dragon, Hacha Mecha Fighter, Super Spacefortress Macross, GunNail

    -SDL: use Windows OSD´s font-selection semantics for SDL Windows
    builds. [R. Belmont]

    -softlist: fixed inconsistent -listsoftware output. [phulshof]

    -ui: fixed crash when loading floppies with no parent software from
    softlist (only via internal File Manager, though) [Fabio Priuli]

    -added generic cartslot / ROM socket slot device, which offers basic
    allocation and access handlers, and converted a few drivers to use
    this instead of code from cartslot.c [Fabio Priuli]

    -softlist: restored the support for loading games from compatible
    softlists (like gbcolor games in gameboy, and viceversa, msx1 carts in
    msx2, etc.) by using the syntax mess system -media list:gamename You
    can now for instance use again "mess gbcolor -cart gameboy:sml" to
    play "Super Mario Land" with the custom palettes of the Game Boy
    Color. [Fabio Priuli]

    -NS8250 Fixes [smf]
    * Loopback: tx goes high and data is clocked at the
    correct rate instead of appearing instantly Modem status register:
    don´t lose track of external signals when starting, resetting,
    switching loopback off, writing to register Handshaking: active low
    for consistency (RS232 port now defaults handshaking lines high and
    serial mouse dtr/rts handling has been adjusted).

    -Memory system and Namco improvements: [Alex Jackson]

    * Explicit regions in address maps (AM_REGION) are now looked up
    relative to the device rather than as siblings when in an internal
    address map (similar to devices and shared pointers) Besides being
    more orthogonal than before, this allows internal ROMs of MCUs and
    similar devices to be hooked up in a nicer and more foolproof way.
    Updated the m37710 and m5074x (m6502 derivative) to take advantage of
    this.

    * Divided the M37702/M37710 into specific models, with each model having
    its own internal address map containing the correct amounts of
    internal RAM and ROM.

    * M37702 MCUs found on various Namco PCBs are now all unique devices and
    have their respective internal ROMs loaded as device ROMs.

    -namcops2: Documentation fixes [Guru]

    -addrmap.c: Only install the default device address map if the owner
    didn´t provide one [Alex Jackson]

    -8250: call interrupt callback after clearing internal interrupt state
    when resetting [smf]

    -added workaround to build with XCode 6.0.1 out-of-the-box
    [Oliver Stöneberg]

    -wd_fdc: Hopefully fix reading sectors with DDAM [lowen, O. Galibert]

    -Moved protection vectors from hachamfb to hachamf, making the latter
    to work properly too [Angelo Salese]

    -web: allow pasting in text. [Firehawke]

    -Gundam Wing: Endless Duel updates: [Peter Ferrie]
    * added additional shared memory block
    * added protection handlers
    * corrected reset vector
    * worked around bad startup
    Game now boots but doesn´t coin up.

    -fix compile on MSVC 2012 & 2013 [Peter Ferrie]

    -snesb.c: Add coin/DSW inputs to Gundam Wing, game is now playable.
    [stephh]

    -s4.c : fixed sound, 4 games marked as working (Flash,Stellar
    Wars,TriZone,TimeWarp)

    -snesb: Set up dip switches for Gundam Wing. [stephh]

    -peplus.c: Various fixes, all sets should be working now. [BrianT]

    -WebUI: clean up and fixed HTML compliance. [Firehawke]

    -added makefile variable OPENMP to enable usage of OpenMP (includes
    vconv support of -fopenmp) [Oliver Stöneberg]

    -blktiger priority fixes [Mamesick]

    -dragrace.c: Added tachometer outputs. [Comboman]

    -Handcrafted PAL for actual Varth US PCB. [Palindrome]

    -awboard: add "offset protection" used by some carts. samsptk and
    kofxi boot now. [R. Belmont, MetalliC]

    -model3: Rewrote 2D tilemap rendering. [Ville Linde]

    -Rewrite k053260 sound device [Alex Jackson]

    -Make cheat initialization debugger message more verbose. [Pugsy]

    -make the orlegend111t set work [iq_132]

    -chqflag.c: improve k007232 volume/pan controls, still largely
    guesswork [Alex Jackson]

    -wecleman.c: add missing k007232 volume callback [Alex Jackson]

    -naomi.c:
    * M2-type cartridges 4/8MB mode mapping documentation/code
    [MetalliC, rtw]
    * F355 protection key, small docs update/corrections [MetalliC]
    * Atomiswave controller type register [MetalliC]
    * Added InitialD Ver3 Cycraft PIC key [anonymous, MetalliC]

    -eepromuser.c: Added Support for MSM16911 Serial eeprom [Felipe Sanches]

    -mb88xx.c: Added support for Fujitsu M88201-202 MCU [Felipe Sanches]

    -model3: New 3D renderer + various fixes (still heavily WIP) [Ville Linde]

    -Beatmania IIDX Twinkle hardware: The IDE DMA is now hooked up, but the
    sound board isn´t running well enough yet for it to make a difference.
    Hooked up the FDC37665GT and HLE the XVD701 and the 68k sound board
    responses to get most of the games booting. There is no sound and the
    games all fail with a hdd error when you start a stage. Beatmania IIDX
    with DDR 2nd Club Version wants the GQ863 hard disk. [smf]

    -Beatmania IIDX Twinkle hardware: beatmania IIDX Substream with DDR 2nd
    Club Version 2 wants the harddisk from beatmania IIDX Substream. Added
    missing 3rd & 6th style CD images & replaced 5th style images. [smf]

    -upd7220: add Bresenham arc and complete char drawing [Carl]

    -m68000: add missing item to save state [Alex Jackson]

    - Converted battlera.c driver to use real PCE video code, fixing several
    longstanding bugs (present since driver was added in 0.37b2 era)
    [David Haywood]

    - Reorganized ST0016 code, detangling several drivers, and fixing a some
    missing video features used by gostop [David Haywood]

    - Refactored legionna.c COP code to use new Raiden II implementation
    fixing several bugs along the way [David Haywood]

    - Tweaked Raiden II collision detection based on user feedback citing
    specific bullet patterns and expected hitbox sizes [David Haywood]

    - Added note about tharrier Dipswitches being likely read via the
    protection device (not yet hooked up) [David Haywood]

    - Fix girls 4,5,6 in the ´popbingo´ bonus rounds [David Haywood]

    - Fix what appears to be bad sound ROM banking in sandscrp
    [Dink, David Haywood]


    New games added or promoted from NOT_WORKING status
    ---------------------------------------------------
    Music Ball [Andreas Naive]
    Dongfang Shenlong [Luca Elia, Guru, Dyq, bnathan]
    Bobble Bobble (set 2) [Darq]
    Jump Jump [system11, The Dumping Union]
    Elfin [system11, The Dumping Union]
    Raiden 2 [Angelo Salese, Olivier Galibert]
    Raiden DX [Angelo Salese, Olivier Galibert]
    Raiden II New / Raiden DX (newer V33 PCB) (2 sets, different EEPROM for each game)
    [Olivier Galibert, David Haywood]
    New Zero Team / Zero Team 2000 [Olivier Galibert, David Haywood]
    Go-Stop [system11, The Dumping Union]
    Player´s Edge (PK1024) Aces and Faces Poker [BrianT]
    Americana (9131-00) [Brian Troha, The Dumping Union]
    Gundam Wing: Endless Duel (SNES bootleg)
    [Peter Ferrie, iq_132, stephh]
    Vegas 1 (Ver 2.3 dual coin pulse, shorter) [any]
    Vegas 1 (Ver 2.1 dual coin pulse, longer) [any]
    Vegas 1 (Ver 1.33 single coin pulse) [any]
    Merit Touch Joker Poker (9132-00)
    [Brian Troha, Mariusz Wojcieszek, The Dumping Union]
    Black Velvet [Robbbert]
    Camel Lights [Robbbert]
    Foxy Lady [Robbbert]
    Real [Robbbert]
    Rio [Robbbert]
    Chuck-a-luck [Robbbert]
    Family Fun [Robbbert]
    Star Trip [Robbbert]
    Vegas [Robbbert]
    Sharp Shooter [Robbbert]
    Old Coney Island [Robbbert]
    Pinball Lizard [Robbbert]
    Super Nova [Robbbert]
    Sharp Shooter II [Robbbert]
    Global Warfare [Robbbert]
    Attila the Hun [Robbbert]
    Agents 777 [Robbbert]
    Captain Hook [Robbbert]
    Lady Sharpshooter [Robbbert]
    Rotation VIII (v. 1.01) [Robbbert]
    Rotation VIII (v. 1.15) [Robbbert]
    Pinball [Robbbert]
    Stingray [Robbbert]
    Stars [Robbbert]
    Memory Lane [Robbbert]
    Lectronamo [Robbbert]
    Wildfyre [Robbbert]
    Nugent [Robbbert]
    Dracula [Robbbert]
    Trident [Robbbert]
    Hot Hand [Robbbert]
    Magic [Robbbert]
    Cosmic Princess [Robbbert]
    Freedom [Robbbert]
    Night Rider [Robbbert]
    Black Jack [Robbbert]
    Evel Knievel [Robbbert]
    Mata Hari [Robbbert]
    Eight Ball [Robbbert]
    Power Play [Robbbert]
    Strikes and Spares [Robbbert]
    Super Picker [Robbbert]
    Roy Clark - The Entertainer [Robbbert]
    Thunderbolt [Robbbert]
    Hoe Down [Robbbert]
    Take Five [Robbbert]
    Hearts & Spades [Robbbert]
    Flame of Athens [Robbbert]
    Disco ´79 [Robbbert]
    Eros One [Robbbert]
    Circa 1933 [Robbbert]
    Star Shooter [Robbbert]
    FJ Holden [Robbbert]
    Orbit 1 [Robbbert]
    Shark [Robbbert]
    Howzat! [Robbbert]
    The Empire Strikes Back [Robbbert]
    Atlantis [Robbbert]
    Black Hole [Robbbert]
    Heavy Metal [Robbbert]
    Taito Test Fixture [Robbbert]
    Shock [Robbbert]
    Oba Oba [Robbbert]
    Meteor [Robbbert]
    Sure Shot [Robbbert]
    Cosmic [Robbbert]
    Vortex [Robbbert]
    Rally [Robbbert]
    Speed Test [Robbbert]
    Drakor [Robbbert]
    Brave Team [Robbbert]
    Canasta 86 [Robbbert]
    Lap by Lap [Robbbert]
    Moon Light [Robbbert]
    Clown [Robbbert]
    Atleta [Robbbert]
    Mundial 90 [Robbbert]
    Corsario [Robbbert]
    250CC [Robbbert]
    Faeton [Robbbert]
    Ski Jump [Robbbert]
    Space City [Robbbert]
    Strike [Robbbert]
    Odin [Robbbert]
    Odin De Luxe [Robbbert]
    Solar Wars [Robbbert]
    Pole Position [Robbbert]
    Star Wars [Robbbert]
    Wolf Man [Robbbert]
    Nemesis [Robbbert]
    Odisea Paris-Dakar [Robbbert]
    Flash [Robbbert]
    Tri-Zone [Robbbert]
    Time Warp [Robbbert]
    Stellar Wars [Robbbert]
    Laser Ball [Robbbert]
    Scorpion [Robbbert]
    Blackout [Robbbert]
    Gorgar [Robbbert]
    Algar [Robbbert]
    Alien Poker [Robbbert]
    Warlok [Robbbert]
    Laser Cue [Robbbert]
    Time Fantasy [Robbbert]
    Thunderball [Robbbert]
    Still Crazy [Robbbert]
    Black Knight [Robbbert]
    Cosmic Gunfighter [Robbbert]
    Pharaoh [Robbbert]
    Star Light [Robbbert]
    Jungle Lord [Robbbert]
    Firepower II [Robbbert]
    Varkon [Robbbert]
    Defender [Robbbert]
    Sorcerer [Robbbert]
    Space Shuttle [Robbbert]


    New clones added
    ----------------
    Player´s Edge Plus (X000124P+XP000053) Deuces Wild Poker [BrianT]
    Player´s Edge Plus (X002308P+XP000112) Triple Double Bonus Poker
    [BrianT]
    Armored Warriors (Asia 941024) [system11, The Dumping Union]
    Punch-Out!! (Rev B) [2600]
    Super Punch-Out!! (Rev A) [2600]
    F1 Exhaust Note (US) [f.arzeno, The Dumping Union]
    Cops (UK) [Any]
    Pac-Mania (111187 sound program) [system11, The Dumping Union]
    Storm Blade (Japan) [ShouTime, The Dumping Union]
    Search Eye (English / Korean / Japanese / Spanish)
    [system11, The Dumping Union]
    Sky Shark (US, set 2) [caius]
    Growl (World, Rev 1) [caius]
    Bonze Adventure (World, prototype) [Silvio Grazini]
    Colorama (P521 V13, Spanish) [Roberto Fresca]
    Viper Phase 1 (New Version, Holland) [Nigel Parker]
    Phoenix (D&L bootleg) [PokeMAME, Lord Nightmare]
    Wonder Boy III - Monster Lair (encrypted bootleg) [Claudio Bechini]
    Shadow Dancer (bootleg, set 2) [Asure] (not working)
    19XX: The War Against Destiny (Asia 960104)
    [system11, The Dumping Union]
    Food Fight (rev 1) [Phil Bennett]
    Candory (Ponpoko bootleg with Mario) [system11, The Dumping Union]
    Centipede (revision 1) [philipbe]
    Air Rescue (Japan) [ShouTime, The Dumping Union]
    Gaplus (Tecfri PCB) [system11, The Dumping Union]
    The Simpsons (2 Players World, set 3) [Ben76]
    Fantasia (940803 PCB) [system11, The Dumping Union]
    The X-Files [system11, The Dumping Union]
    Vendetta (World, 2 Players, ver. unknown) [caius]
    Hacha Mecha Fighter (19th Sep. 1991, unprotected, bootleg Thunder Dragon conversion)
    [trap15]
    Mega Man: The Power Battle (CPS2, USA 950926, SAMPLE Version) [Asure]
    Raiden DX (Japan) [rtw]
    Raiden DX (China, Ideal International Development Corp license)
    Raiden II (US, set 2) [farzeno]
    Raiden II (easy version, Germany) [Icronnya77]
    Raiden II (harder, Raiden DX hardware) [the sheep]
    Baryon - Future Assault (set 2) [Rockman, Datasat]
    Player´s Edge Plus (PP0158) 4 of a Kind Bonus Poker (set 1) [BrianT]
    Zero Hour (Inder) [Basilio García]
    Initial D Arcade Stage (Japan) [rtw, ShouTime, The Dumping Union]
    Initial D Arcade Stage Ver. 2 (Japan) [rtw, ShouTime, The Dumping Union]
    Street Fighter II´: Magic Delta Turbo (bootleg, set 4) [any]
    Street Fighter II´: Champion Edition (M9, bootleg) [any]
    Street Fighter II: The World Warrior (TAB Austria, bootleg, set 3)
    [any]
    Street Fighter II: The World Warrior (TAB Austria, bootleg, set 4)
    [any]
    Oriental Legend / Xi You Shi E Zhuan (ver. 111, Taiwanese Board)
    [bytestorm, iq_132]
    Arkanoid (Japan) [ShouTime]
    Chelnov - Atomic Runner (Japan, bootleg with I8031, set 1) [Jan Kretschmer]
    Chelnov - Atomic Runner (Japan, bootleg with I8031, set 2) [Tirino73]
    Shot Rider (bootleg) [f205v]
    Hexa (with 2xZ80, protected) [??]
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    Yori Zori Kuk Kuk
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    Gundam vs. Gundam Next [darksoft, Guru]
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    Capriccio Spin 2 [hap, Yasuhiro]
    Capriccio Cyclone [hap, Yasuhiro]
    MushiKing The King Of Beetle 2K5 1st
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    Thanks for the heads up.

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    Quite a big update. Finally got around to updating my set this weekend..

    is anyone else having issues with utorrent? Whenever I add new PD torrents the software gets very unstable and either hangs then continues on and off, or crashes after some time during the checking process. Only way to make it work is to pause all existing torrents seeding and downloading until the checking is complete.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Harrison View Post
    is anyone else having issues with utorrent? Whenever I add new PD torrents the software gets very unstable and either hangs then continues on and off, or crashes after some time during the checking process. Only way to make it work is to pause all existing torrents seeding and downloading until the checking is complete.
    The latest versions often have this behavior, a lot of people are complaining about it. Best is to use an older stable version, I'm using 3.2.3 at the moment, and that seems to be fine, although not always. There's a big thread about this on PD, and people are suggestion which older versions work fine for them. This always happens with torrents that contain a huge amount of files, then uTorrent seems to freeze, and to get it out from that state is quite painful.

    I'm lately only using the Download Station of my Synology, which is very good, plus I can leave the PC off when I don't need it. That's sometimes good when you need to restart your PC, because uTorrent also sometimes seems to have a problem, when restarting, I starts to recheck the torrents, and with bigger ones, that can take a while. I lately had a problem, that with several of the PD torrents it gave me an Error: Write to Disk: Access Denied, which didn't happen using the Download Station. One the other plus side is that wherever I am, I can reach my NAS via apps or PC, and load torrents to the Download Station.

    I have 2 nice Synology apps for my photos and music, thus from my phone or my tablet, I can play my music straight from the NAS, and also have access to my photo albums, VERY handy.

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    Yeah, I'm also using an older version of utorrent after encountering the issues everyone on PD was getting with the newer v4 versions. So annoying as it's a great piece of software. Maybe time to look for alternatives again, although I've not seen anything as good for a while.

    I'm still considering a new nas so I can utilise the torrent and other remote cloud services. Would be good. A bit off topic, but to use the remote access to the nas does your broadband need a static up? I always had one until I upgraded to fibre, where they don't offer it any longer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Harrison View Post
    A bit off topic, but to use the remote access to the nas does your broadband need a static up? I always had one until I upgraded to fibre, where they don't offer it any longer.
    You just need a DDNS, can get one for free at the MyDs Center of Synology: https://myds.synology.com/support/register.php

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    That's great that they have thought of that issue themselves.

    Definitely will be getting one as soon as my finances allow. Probably the 5 bay version should be enough for what I want it for at the moment. And I like the fact you can add additional bay units to the main unit so are not actually stuck with only the bays in the unit itself.

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    Btw, I wanted to tell you that the Synology also has a Web Station, where you can host your own homepage. Don't know how fast/slow that would be, if you would try to run the Classicamiga site from there, at least the space is "unlimited", how much you need in total now at the moment? Plus there would be no costs at all. But as I don't really know how all that works, you would need to tell me more exactly, and if that would be even possible.

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    I doubt it would be feasible to host classicamiga on a NAS due to the way the site works and the processing power/ram required. The file structure isn't an issue, but the database wouldn't be able to run on one AFAIK. Bandwidth needed is currently around 80GB a month I think but would need to check server logs.

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