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CarnEvil (v1.0.3)

0.77 [Aaron Giles]

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- 0.104u9: Aaron Giles fixed option screen (F2), which was is screwup.

- 0.102: Aaron Giles fixed handling of the FR bit in the Status register on MIPS3. This fixes a few problems in CarnEvil, and probably affects a few other games as well. Also fixed bug where TLB exceptions were not filling in the Context and EntryHi registers correctly.

- 0.82u2: Changed VSync to 57Hz.

- 0.77u3: Changed visible area to 512x400 and added 'Graphics Speed' and 'Power On Self Test' dipswitches.

- 0.77u2: Changed R5000 CPU1 clock speed to 150 MHz.

- 5th November 2003: Aaron Giles sent in the Atari Seattle driver, supporting CarnEvil, Blitz 99, Wayne Gretzky's 3D Hockey, Mace: The Dark Age (all working fine) and San Francisco Rush (freezes when starting a game).

- 27th May 2003: Aaron Giles updated the IDE controller emulation to support a couple more commands and added DMA bus mastering support that will be necessary for the Seattle games.

- 14th August 2002: Guru - Dumped Carnevil (including 3.2GB hard drive).

- 24th June 2002: Guru - Got a Carnevil (Midway 1999) board from PCB-A-Holic.

Romset: 544 kb / 3 files / 119.7 zip

Harddisk: 3079.1 MB (Heads: 16, Cylinders: 6256, Sectors: 63 - Compressed: 1545.8)