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  1. Just found this on Kickstarter. Would it be powerful enough to run Hyperspin and up to PS1 emulators? Thanks https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/139108638/lattepanda-a-45-win10-computer-for-everything?ref=thanks
  2. I am having a strange issue. I am getting an error when playing Future Pinball games. The first time or 2 I load a FT table, it will play fine, but subsequent loads end in the error shown in the pic. Any thoughts?
  3. Also, just found this deal. Its not the newest pc but the specs seem strong enough for my needs and I can always use the 2 monitors in other projects. http://jacksonville.craigslist.org/sys/4816924593.html Seems like a steal to me at that price.
  4. Well I was just thinking it might be a more economical solution as opposed to building a new computer since I'm not emulating high end games. Any better suggestions? Specs? I'm trying to build a system for a good friend of mine who is an avid old school gamer but only has a budget of $800. I already spent a little over $400 on a used stand up arcade cab. New graphics, joysticks/buttons, t-molding and hardware. Thanks
  5. LOL, linked the wrong ad. It's fixed now!
  6. What do you guys think of a pc like this? http://jacksonville.craigslist.org/sys/4816529257.html I only need to use Mame, atari, nes, snes, Sega Genesis.
  7. Nice work! What was the final cost?
  8. Yes, game works 100%. Definitely gonna play it to see if I like it enough to keep it or do a hyperspin conversion.
  9. Thread necro.... but just seeing this for first time. Love the Tron theme! I'm a bit of a fan.....
  10. Just got an email back from him. He said he will let it go for $150
  11. That's his monitor lol He's only selling the pedestal.
  12. Yeah, it looks like it has tons of potential. They are asking $200 OBO.
  13. I was thinking of picking this up to build a Hyperspin pedestal. What do you guys think? I think it would be a pretty easy conversion and already has built in seating.
  14. Are the Gerber files just TXT files? Because that's what the output gave me.
  15. Ok, I was able to get Proteus. I believe I was able to output the LYT file as a Gerber zip file.
  16. Yes, I'm in for a learning curve. What can I use to open the LYT file in that thread? Can I use it to make a Gerber file? Thanks
  17. Does anyone have experience making boards like this? Or know where I can have this one made. I want to use this board so I can have FFB on my Daytona cab that I'm converting to a Hyperspin driving cab. http://www.gamoover.net/tuto/l2m2-interfacer-un-ffb-et-volant-sega-model-12-avec-un-pc-ou-une-playstation-23 Thanks, William
  18. Looking good. Can't wait to see the finished product!
  19. I would be interested in the marquee holders.
  20. @HocEman- PM me your email and I will send you the button layout.
  21. Thanks, I will try to separate the layers and get you the button layout. In the meantime, here's a pic of the progress on the cab.
  22. My father (who is in his late 60's) liked my virtual pinball machine so much he wants me to build him one. But he wants the older games he grew up with. I was wondering if you guys can help me with a list of some of the best older games. 1965-1979ish. Thanks! Here's what I have so far. Aquarius Baseball Big Flipper Bow & Arrow Crescendo Fireball Football Golden Arrow Heavy Hitter Impacto Jacks Open Jumping Jack Law Man Mata Hari Night Rider Quick Draw Royal Flush Sharp Shooter Space Mission Superman Sure Shot Vulcan Wizard
  23. You need to be a little more specific about what your looking for.
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