[Rpcemu] Disc not understood
bob at mightyoak.org.uk
Tue Jan 22 11:35:51 PST 2013
In article <B24B1559-5DA8-42B3-9150-7B7A47DCFDF6 at gmail.com>,
Jan Rinze <janrinze at gmail.com> wrote:
> Op 20 jan. 2013 om 14:15 heeft Bob Latham <bob at mightyoak.org.uk> het volgende geschreven:
> > In article <5310ebf1d4bob at mightyoak.org.uk>,
> > Bob Latham <bob at mightyoak.org.uk> wrote:
> >> The laptop is a Sony Vaio 64bit W7 Professional 4GB ram.
> >> The hard disc image (long file names) was downloaded from
> >> http://www.marutan.net/rpcemu/ unpacked, and placed at
> >> Program files\RPCEmu.
> > [Snip]
> >> Its hard not to conclude that either the emulator or the hd download
> >> is broken.
> > OK, here is the odd thing.
> > Two laptops both are W7 64bit.
> > Samsung - Home premium Sony - professional
> > Install same msi on both machines. Download and install the lager hd4
> > on both machines in the same folder. Boot RPCEmu recompiler on both
> > machines.
> > One fails (Samsung) no !boot. (Easy to fix)
> > The other (Sony) disc not understood.
> > Any ideas?
> Did you dowload with IE? In my experience the downloads may be different
> from the actual file.. Try firefox or chrome. It can happen with files
> that IE tries to auto convert.
> Can you also check if the files are identical? MD5sum is a tool to
> generate a signature based on the content of a file. You can run it on
> the downloaded files.
Ok, how's this then.
Take a working system on the samsung laptop.
Close down the emulator
Rename the file hd4.hdf to AAhd4.hdf
Copy file to data stick
Rename copy on data stick back to hd4.hdf
Move stick to Sony Vaio
Delete the existing hd4 file on the Vaio
Move the data stick version into place on the vaio
ie. Program files(x86)/RPCEmu
Run emulator on Vaio *** It fails disc not understood ***
Copy this new failed version back onto the data stick
Move data stick back to samsung and copy hd4 into RPCEmu.
RUN Emulator on SAMSUNG. Works fine.
This after I've twice re-installed the emulator.
After months struggling with the networking on an XP machine to realise it
would never be reliable or even approach it, to now get this I'm really
starting to think this is a wind up.
Stourbridge, West Midlands
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