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cdoty
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Genesis cartridge

Post by cdoty » Wed May 07, 2014 7:02 am

Does anything like this exist for the Genesis?

http://www.infiniteneslives.com/products.php

It would be nice, for development, to have a cartridge designed to run one game that could be flashed using USB.

I did find this, but I don't think it's been released:

http://www.batslyadams.com/2013/12/genn ... carts.html

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Post by Pascal » Wed May 07, 2014 12:40 pm

unfortunatly, i'm not aware of any project like that for the genesis/md :s

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Re: Genesis cartridge

Post by MintyTheCat » Wed May 07, 2014 1:11 pm

cdoty wrote:Does anything like this exist for the Genesis?

http://www.infiniteneslives.com/products.php

It would be nice, for development, to have a cartridge designed to run one game that could be flashed using USB.

I did find this, but I don't think it's been released:

http://www.batslyadams.com/2013/12/genn ... carts.html
Hi,

UMDK can be used as you would a Flashcart and it is very fast over USB:

http://www.makestuff.eu/wordpress/categ ... ts/umdkv2/

It has many other features too and most notably the ability to trace the execution of the Machine.

I am working on this myself and give my full support to the Author - Prophet.

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Post by elusive » Fri May 09, 2014 7:34 pm

I'm working with a friend on another forum to get 2mb flash rom boards with SRAM made, and have a custom programming adapter for them. Unfortunately it will require an actual programmer.

I also have pcbs that support 2 and 4 MB EPROMs that don't require rewiring, so if you have a 42 pin socket and EPROM programmer and eraser, I could offer you that, but I'm assuming since you're asking about something similar to the INL boards and kazoo, you probably don't, right?

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