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DS2x86 0.07 Released
04-25-2011, 02:30 PM
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DS DS2x86 0.07 Released
DS2x86 is a version of DSx86 for the SuperCard DSTwo flash cart .

DSx86 is a PC emulator for Nintendo DS. It's purpose is to allow you to run old DOS games on your Nintendo DS game console.

http://dsx86.patrickaalto.com/

Changes :
Quote:DS2x86 0.07 release info

Okay, this new version has the following fixes:

There is now (finally) a blinking cursor in the text modes, most importantly in the 4DOS command prompt.
HIMEM.SYS emulation added. This allows Chaos Engine to run, and will enable support for Windows 3.00a in Standard Mode in the future.
Fixed a serious total crash problem in 32-bit string opcodes. This happened in games like Abuse, Ascendancy and Carmageddon. Those games still don't work properly, but they don't hang the system completely any more so I have a chance of debugging and improving them further.
Fixed a stack alignment problem that could cause "Exception 4" BSOD errors. This fixes at least Micro Machines.
Improved the BSOD reporting. Now the printed data includes a stack trace, so I can better determine the location of the problem.
Improved horizontal blank reporting, this might solve hanging problems in some games, like Pinball Fantasy.
Improved Mode-X graphics blitting code to handle wrap-around properly.
Changed the screen refresh interrupt interval from 60Hz to 59Hz. This might help with the intermittent "stuck key" problem in some games.
Direct file read to EGA memory is now supported (for example in Heimdall).
Implemented a number of previously missing opcodes.

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