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    M Dash, try BootDreams. It selfbooted nicely for me.

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    one thing I forgot to put in the readme
    When you first start the emulator if you press the start button it will take you to the secondary menu where you can select frameskip etc, and then return to the load a rom screen.

    Or in game you can press the Y button which will drop down a frameskip menu press up and down to increase/decrease frameskip, or press right to return to the frameskip menu where you can return to the game, or reload a new rom.

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    Thats sweet. Runs full speed on psp. I think it should get close on the dreamcast.

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    How good is this?

    Many graphic glitches?

    How the game speed?

    Any possibility this could be 100% some day?

    I have no blank CDs at the moment or I would try it...

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    Does anyone know how the saving works?
    Because I've been playing Fire Emblem on the PSP version of gpSP, and I was wondering if there's a way to transfer my .sav files over to the dreamcast VMU somehow?

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    good question, you gpf will have to answer that

    (btw you would use VMU tool to transfer a file to your vmu)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Darksaviour69
    good question, you gpf will have to answer that

    (btw you would use VMU tool to transfer a file to your vmu)
    I haven't enabled vmu saves yet. How big are the sav files ?

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    btw gpf what version is this release, you never give it a version number or a name (like alpha)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Darksaviour69 View Post
    btw gpf what version is this release, you never give it a version number or a name (like alpha)
    v0.8

    In README.DREAMCAST
    "please check the other readmes."

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    Default .sav files

    Cellphone & Accessories 5% Off Consumer Electronics 8% Off Car Accessories 7% Off Computer & Networking 7% Off Cheap & Cool Gadgets 8% Off Personal Health Protection 10% Off Home Garden & Tools 10% Off Sports & Outdoors 10% Off Health & Beauty 10% Off Apparel & Jewelry 12% Off
    Quote Originally Posted by GPF View Post
    I haven't enabled vmu saves yet. How big are the sav files ?

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    Umm they're around 32kb each.
    If saving were to be implemented, would the save file on the VMU still remain in the same '.sav' format just like on the PSP and PC?

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