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marvelus10
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Super Pro Fighter Q

Post by marvelus10 » Sat Nov 22, 2008 1:55 pm

I have one of these with a parallel port, I was looking for some help. I want to use this to dump carts to my PC using the parallel port, can anyone help me.


thanx eh

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Post by MottZilla » Sat Nov 22, 2008 3:03 pm

Check out the program called UCon64. After you configure your PC's parallel port to the correct transfer mode and get a 25 pin straight thru cable, you should be able to use UCon64 to figure it out. Some people here should have this particular copier and should be able to give you pointers on using it. Alternatively you could use the floppy drive you know. You'll just have to put the split files back together into 1 file which is no big deal.

Curious what are you dumping?

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Post by marvelus10 » Sun Nov 23, 2008 2:46 am

Im not personally dumping anything, Im trying to set up a trade for a Famicom cart for this copier. I just want to make sure you can do this with this copier. The unit has 16M of ram does it mater if the cart is bigger when dumping to a PC the floppy drive has its issues it doesnt always want to read the disks and right now i have none.

Ill try Ucon64 tomorrow and see what its capable of doing, hopefully there is a fewmore people on here that have the copier that can give me some more tips.

thanx Mott

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Post by kyuusaku » Sun Nov 23, 2008 12:20 pm

RAM size doesn't matter when dumping. To dump just turn on the SNES, and try to receive the game using uCON64's -xfig.

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