can someone help me with wii engine?

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Sep 22, 2008
  1. DJPlace
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    Member DJPlace P!ssed OFF Pyscho of GBA!!

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    i can't figue out how to load the cd rom everytime i do i come to the system.pce file that's makes me want to [​IMG] so much i am trying to run a game a cd game and i don't know what to do please help.
     
  2. rx8ryder

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    hi ghostface.

    if you've done putting the syscard.pce in the roms\pcengine folder then the next step would be to lets say you just got the castlevania x game.
    make sure you converted the audio files to .ogg if it isn't yet. then you gotta open up notepad and make a toc. copy and paste this to your notepad.


    syscard: #syscard3.pce

    Leadin
    Track01.ogg
    Track02.iso
    Track03.ogg
    Track04.ogg
    Track05.ogg
    Track06.ogg
    Track07.ogg
    Track08.ogg
    Track09.ogg
    Track10.ogg
    Track11.ogg
    Track12.ogg
    Track13.ogg
    Track14.ogg
    Track15.ogg
    Track16.ogg
    Track17.ogg
    Track18.ogg
    Track19.ogg
    Track20.ogg
    Track21.ogg
    Track22.iso
    Leadout


    save it as .toc and enjoy! i hope this helps!

    Edit: If you still don't get it please post what you did so far. How did you try to get it to work?
     
  3. kevenz

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    Ghostface..... you can't run a real cd-rom, you can only run an a .toc file or .iso file.
     
  4. rx8ryder

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    haha i forgot to read the part when you put the cd into the wii... yeah. what kevenz said.
     
  5. bnaley

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    I'm having the same problems. I created a TOC file with exactly as rx8ryder put it above and put it into my DraculaX folder but when I try to load it a black screen pops up and then it goes back to the menu. I have a DraculaX cue file, all the OGG sound files, track 2 and 22 ISO files, and the TOC file in the Dracula X directory but I can only see the TOC file and the 2 ISO files when I try to run it. I also have the #syscard in the rom/pcengine directory as well. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
     
  6. bnaley

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    Can someone help me out plz so I can play some pc engine cd's on xmas?
     
  7. kevenz

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    you should load the .toc, see the syscard logo, then the konami logo....?
     
  8. bnaley

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    Yea I loaded the toc then it flashes to a black screen and back to the menu where you select the file. It's probably something simple that I'm missing but I'll be damned if I know what it is.
     
  9. bnaley

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    Ok here is exactly what I have done. I made a toc out of one of the ISO files with binsplit. This is exactly what is in the toc file that I named DraculaX.toc.

    syscard: #syscard3.pce

    Leadin
    Track01.ogg
    Track02.iso
    Track03.ogg
    Track04.ogg
    Track05.ogg
    Track06.ogg
    Track07.ogg
    Track08.ogg
    Track09.ogg
    Track10.ogg
    Track11.ogg
    Track12.ogg
    Track13.ogg
    Track14.ogg
    Track15.ogg
    Track16.ogg
    Track17.ogg
    Track18.ogg
    Track19.ogg
    Track20.ogg
    Track21.ogg
    Track22.iso
    Leadout

    I put these files above in the DraculaX folder under roms/pcengine. I put all these files above in this folder and the #syscard3.pce is in the roms/pcengine folder. Now when I try to run DraculaX.toc, it goes to a black screen and then back to the file menu. Am I missing anything here?
     
  10. Scorpin200

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    i think you need to rename the system card file without the 3
     
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    for the first track and 2nd track, specify the time it starts
     
  12. Scorpin200

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    that's strange because i forgot how to exactly get the music to work let alone the game, because every time i ran the toc it went to the music player instead.
     
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    *update* everything works now [​IMG] ok do exactly what the other dude posted about the music tracks below.

    ok copy and past this like if it was your list place the syscard.pce file in the roms/pcengine directory, and if you want to organize everything make a folder of the game you have. Then finally i think you need a syscard.pce file in the dir with the game alone with the toc below(of course the toc list depends on how many tracks the game has), and presto you done. i know the instructions that the guy made the emu was very annoying, but this is how it should have been made in the first place....enjoy.

    Leadin
    Track01.ogg
    Track02.iso
    Track03.ogg
    Track04.ogg
    Track05.ogg
    Track06.ogg
    Track07.ogg
    Track08.ogg
    Track09.ogg
    Track10.ogg
    Track11.ogg
    Track12.ogg
    Track13.ogg
    Track14.ogg
    Track15.ogg
    Track16.ogg
    Track17.ogg
    Track18.ogg
    Track19.ogg
    Track20.ogg
    Track21.ogg
    Track22.iso
    Leadout
     

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