Subject: ROM issues
Just picked up a preconfigured Mister and sd card. I realize how noobish and annoying this question is going to come off, but I’m tearing my hair out and can’t find a resource telling me what’s wrong.
I’m just trying to load basic games on cores like NES, Genesis, TG-16 etc. I’ve put the .nes, .md, and .pce roms in the folder folder labeled “games.” I go to the core and hit “load” and none of the roms I’ve put show up. Is there a setting I’m missing somewhere? Wiki just shows an Earthbound running just fine
Subject: First PSX Game Booting From CD Image on MiSTerFPGA
Subject: Question about connecting hardware
I’m considering a Mister to get as close to original hardware as possible, I was wondering if there is a way to connect original cartridges and use the Mister as a replacement console?
In an ideal situation I would use a cartridge adapter from a broken Neogeo MVS board or other console. I’m thinking this could be a way of preserving original hardware as much as possible.
I’m thinking that the challenge is connecting the hardware together but not sure if it’s already been done
Subject: If you're looking for something creative to do with your MiSTer, this documentary may inspire you to give old school music production tools a go... Trackers: The Sound of 16-Bit
Subject: Monitor Sony G220
I’d like to ask your opinion
I managed to find a Sony Crt monitor in perfect condition
I am seriously thinking of buying a MISTer Fpga and play old DOS/Amiga Games connected Via VGA to the Monitor.
The monitor is a Multiscan 17" G220 that supports a maximum resolution of 1600*1200 Aperture Grill and Dot 0.24 mm only VGA Output
Is it possible to add two separate speakers? Do I need an audio output jacks on the I/O of the Board?
Subject: The first PlayStation game now playable on MiSTer FPGA : RidgeRacer!
Subject: Ao 486 Core resolution Old DOS Games
Hi Guys I Need your Help
I'm thinking of Buying MISTer Fpga in order to play My favorite Old DOS Games and Some Amiga Games I've a Sony G220 multiscan with VGA input The Horizontal Scan rate Is 31khz and UP (I Can't Get 15khz) I'd connect My Monitor CRT Via VGA cable with MISTer analogue output The 80% of the DOS games I'm into are 320200 resolution Does Aos 4086 Core allow me to play games in the native 320200 or Only at 640*480? Another problem Is that MISTer Only gives you 15khz and My Sony Is Only 31 and UP.. I'm forced to use scandoubler Is right?The image Will be Upscaled?Is It bad? Thanks to All
Subject: N30 8bitdo bluetooth
Subject: More Games Now Playable on the MiSTer FPGA PlayStation Core
Subject: A few illustrations I have made.
Subject: 240p Test Suite on MiSTer
Subject: I made some MiSTer illustrations ...
Subject: Help 8bitdo m30 2.4g not working
I was looking for a wireless controller for the mister and ended up picking up the m30 2.4g, the one for the genisis mini. I pluged in the receiver and connected them. If i plug the controller in with a usb cable everything works fine but when using the reciever all that works is the d pad on the menu. Can anyone help? What am i doing wrong?
Subject: Mounting Mt-32pi.
Subject: a PC CRT + 240p 120Hz is sweeeeet!
Subject: PlayStation core booting some games from CD image through HPS (no more dual SDRAM)
Subject: The ULTIMATE Retro Gaming Experience!
Subject: Is update_all down?
Subject: Noctua fan
Easily worth it for me. The thing is pretty much silent where the fan that came from misteraddons was fairly annoying even at 3.3V. I know subjective but if you value silence maybe worth the $14 for you too. Only issue is it comes with way too much cable and kind of obnoxious shielding. I cut that crap off and spliced the wire to the 2 pin connector that came with the fan. Works great. Here is the model if any of you have an annoying fan and want an upgrade. Noctua NF-A4x10 5V. I am running at 3.3v using the jumper so 5V might make some noise but I’m pretty sure running this at 3.3V and having a heatsink on the chip is plenty. I got a plexiglass case of Etsy that has some vents so air flow seems good. I have the fan blowing on the chip. Couldn’t really find any definitive reason to run it one way over the other so probably completely fine to do either.