Complete and updated systemroms

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By Gradius2

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22-08-2020, 08:30

Hi,

I want to have my systemroms to be complete, so far I'm missing:

machine: Acid1Test-slots
machine: Acid2Test-hardware
machine: Al_Alamiah_AX230
machine: Al_Alamiah_AX370
machine: Aucnet_NIA-2001
machine: Bawareth_Perfect_MSX1
machine: Boosted_MSXturboR_with_IDE
machine: Canon_V-8
machine: ColecoVision
machine: ColecoVision_SGM
machine: Daewoo_CPC-300E
machine: Daewoo_CPC-400S
machine: Daewoo_CPC-51_Zemmix_V
machine: Daewoo_CPC-61_Zemmix_Super_V
machine: Eurohard_Dragon_MSX
machine: Frael_Bruc_100_1
machine: Frael_Bruc_100_2
machine: Goldstar_FC-80U
machine: Hitachi_MB-H1
machine: Hitachi_MB-H3
machine: Mitsubishi_ML-F120
machine: Mitsubishi_ML-G1_ES
machine: Mitsubishi_ML-G3_ES
machine: Panasonic_FS-A1F
machine: Philips_VG_8020F
machine: Pioneer_UC-V102
machine: Sanyo_MPC-2
machine: Sony_HB-101
machine: Sony_HB-101P
machine: Sony_HB-201
machine: Sony_HB-20P
machine: Sony_HB-F1XV
machine: Sony_HB-F9P_Russian
machine: Sony_HB-G900AP
machine: Sony_HB-G900D
machine: Sony_HB-G900P
machine: Spectravideo_SVI-318
machine: Spectravideo_SVI-328
machine: Spectravideo_SVI-328_superexpanded
machine: Spectravideo_SVI-728_ES
machine: Spectravideo_SVI-738
machine: Talent_DPC-200
machine: Talent_TPC-310
machine: Toshiba_FS-TM1
machine: Toshiba_HX-20E
machine: Toshiba_HX-21
machine: Toshiba_HX-22
machine: Toshiba_HX-22I
machine: Toshiba_HX-23
machine: Toshiba_HX-23F
machine: Toshiba_HX-32
machine: Victor_HC-80
machine: Victor_HC-95A
machine: WIP_Mitsubishi_ML-TS2
machine: Yamaha_AX150
machine: Yamaha_AX350II
machine: Yamaha_AX350IIF
machine: Yamaha_AX500
machine: Yamaha_CX11
machine: Yamaha_CX5F
machine: Yamaha_CX5M
machine: Yamaha_CX5MII
machine: Yamaha_CX5MII-128
machine: Yamaha_CX7M-128
machine: Yamaha_YIS-503II
machine: Yamaha_YIS-503IIR
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extension: ASCII_Japanese_MSX-Write
extension: ASCII_Japanese_MSX-Write_II
extension: ASCII_MSX-DOS2
extension: AVT_DPF-550
extension: Beer_IDE
extension: Boosted_audio
extension: Checkmark_FM_Stereo_PAK
extension: DDX_3.0
extension: Epson_Chakkari_Copy
extension: Gouda_SCSI
extension: Gradiente_CT-80E
extension: ide
extension: Konami_EC-702
extension: MegaRAM_Disk
extension: Microsol_CDX-2
extension: Mitsubishi_ML-30DC_ML-30FD
extension: msxdos2
extension: mu-PACK
extension: Neos_MA-20R
extension: Neos_MA-20V
extension: nowind
extension: OPL3Cartridge2_mono
extension: OPL3Cartridge2_stereo
extension: Panasonic_FS-CA1
extension: Panasonic_FS-FD1A
extension: Philips_NMS_1200
extension: Philips_NMS_1205
extension: Philips_VY_0010
extension: ROM_Hunter_Mk2
extension: Sanyo_MFD-001
extension: Sanyo_MRS-001
extension: SensorKid
extension: Sharp_HB-3600
extension: Sony_HBD-50
extension: Sony_HBD-F1
extension: Sony_HBI-232
extension: Sony_HBK-30
extension: Spectravideo_SVI-707
extension: Talent_DPF-550
extension: Tecall_MSX_RAMFILE_TM220
extension: Toshiba_HX-F101PE
extension: Toshiba_HX-MU900
extension: Yamaha_FD-03
extension: Yamaha_FD-05
extension: Yamaha_SFG-01
extension: Yamaha_SFG-05

Btw, the one on:
http://www.msxarchive.nl/pub/msx/emulator/openMSX/systemroms...

Is SUPER incomplete.

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By Gradius2

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22-08-2020, 09:44

I started to looking at every file and turns out I do have somes (perfectly matched with SHA1), so the Catapult is the culprit as it can't recognize what I already have.

For example:

Canon_V-8:
v-8_basic-bios1.rom
97f9a0b45ee4b34d87ca3f163df32e1f48b0f09c

I have it present and perfectly SHA1 matched.

C:\Program Files\openMSX>openmsx -machine canon_v-8
Fatal error: Error in "canon_v-8" machine: Couldn't find ROM file for "MSX BIOS with BASIC ROM" v-8_basic-bios1.rom (sha1: 97f9a0b45ee4b34d87ca3f163df32e1f48b0f09c).

The file is at:
C:\program Files\openMSX\share\machines\canon\v-8_basic-bios1.rom

Catapult needs a .log generator file to check out what it went wrong.

If I do:
C:\Program Files\openMSX>openmsx -machine canon_v-20

It works perfectly (as for V-20 of course). The file (v-20_basic-bios1.rom) is on the very same directory.

By Parn

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22-08-2020, 13:14

That's not the correct place for the system ROMs. They should be here:

%userprofile%\documents\OpenMSX\share\systemroms\

You can go directly to that path by copying and pasting it in the address field of any Windows Explorer window. If for some reason the above don't work for you, try finding the OpenMSX folder inside your personal documents folder. The folder above should have three subfolders inside, for machines, extensions and miscellany. I recommend putting the ROMs in their proper places. After doing that, go to Catapult and ask it to Test MSX Hardware in the File menu. It will scan all ROMs and tell you if anything is missing.

Edit: Please don't put your system ROMs inside the OpenMSX installation folder. It will work but it's a pain to maintain.

By Gradius2

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23-08-2020, 03:09

This is VERY confusing, if so, they should stop creating those folders under OpenMSX install directory.

Besides, something is broken I do have Canon V-8, and is still not found and I don't know why.

Plus, I don't have v-10_basic-bios1.rom and catapult says I do have that machine ?!?!

By Meits

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23-08-2020, 03:34

Then you probably have a wrong file name. openMSX does not look at the file names but at the hash.

By Gradius2

Hero (598)

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23-08-2020, 03:50

Meits wrote:

Then you probably have a wrong file name. openMSX does not look at the file names but at the hash.

No, is 100% correct. SHA1, filename, everything.

I went back to v15 stable. Same problem.

By Gradius2

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23-08-2020, 03:53

Directory of C:\Users\Fernando\Documents\openMSX\share\machines\canon

22/08/2020 03:22 AM .
22/08/2020 03:22 AM ..
17/09/2006 10:29 AM 32,768 v-20_basic-bios1.rom
08/02/2015 05:46 PM 32,768 v-8_basic-bios1.rom
2 File(s) 65,536 bytes

v-8_basic-bios1.rom
97F9A0B45EE4B34D87CA3F163DF32E1F48B0F09C

From Canon_V-8.xml:
v-8_basic-bios1.rom
97f9a0b45ee4b34d87ca3f163df32e1f48b0f09c

By Parn

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23-08-2020, 05:00

@Gradius2, I already said that you're putting the ROM files in the wrong folder.

C:\Users\Fernando\Documents\openMSX\share\machines\ <- This is the place for custom machines XML files
C:\Users\Fernando\Documents\openMSX\share\systemroms\machines\ <- This is the place for system ROM files

I don't know about creating a canon subfolder inside of either those folders, I wouldn't do that since it's not necessary and maybe it's preventing OpenMSX from finding your files. Here I tried moving the XML to a subfolder and it wasn't seen by Catapult anymore, so I suggest you don't create subfolders inside the machines folders.

By Gradius2

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23-08-2020, 11:30

@Parn: I see. Silly me. Now I managed to get almost everything, the only thing I'm missing is:

Name: ROM Hunter Mk2
File: ROM_Hunter_Mk2.rom
SHA1: 77b886b3ed4048a099099d6b9b0d4cca3a05dce1

Who can send me this file please? I was unable to find it.

TIA!

By Parn

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23-08-2020, 15:42

I'm very happy to hear that.

Sorry about the ROM Hunter, we aren't allowed to share ROMs here. Anyway, that extension isn't very useful. In a real MSX it can be used to dump ROM cartridges, but it's kinda pointless on an emulator. Personally I wouldn't worry much about it, probably the ROM will pop up in the usual places when the next OpenMSX version is released.

By Gradius2

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23-08-2020, 21:36

Yeah, I know isn't that useful, but anyway I'm looking for the complete set (hence topic's title).

If anyone have it, please PVT ME (or contact me).

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