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IDProjectCategoryView StatusLast Update
0004701Z-Out[WHDLoad Installs Games] slavepublic2020-06-14 23:54
Reportersoftwarefailure 
Assigned ToJOTDProject InfoZ-Out (Advantec/Rainbow Arts)
http://www.whdload.de/games/Z-Out.html
 
PrioritynormalSeverityfeatureReproducibilityalways
StatusacknowledgedResolutionopen 
Summary0004701: MFM version of Z-Out
DescriptionDoes this installer support the MFM version of Z-Out? I can't seem to be able to install my version of Z-Out which is MFM.
TagsNo tags attached.
MachineA1200
CPU68020
CPUSpeed50
ChipSetAGA
GFXCardNone
ChipMem2 MB
FastMem0 MB
WorkbenchOS 3.0
KickROM40 - Kick 3.1
KickSoftNone
WHDLoad18.5
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note ~0008867

JOTD (developer)

Can you create an extended ADF image using readadf (winuae tool run from a real amiga) ? or wwarp. But extended adf is probably better for protection.

note ~0008868

softwarefailure (reporter)

I have made a CT RAW image using my Kryoflux board. Does this help?

note ~0008869

JOTD (developer)

if winuae can read them,yes!

note ~0008870

softwarefailure (reporter)

Yes, WinUAE boots the game just fine and I can play it. Not sure if all tracks are still good, though, because of the age of the disk. Where should the image be uploaded? Mantis says there's a 150kb limit here...

note ~0008873

JOTD (developer)

do you have a dropbox or mega account? it doesn't matter if it doesn't stick to the issue forever (I'll clean up comments)

note ~0008876

softwarefailure (reporter)

Ok, here it is: https://workupload.com/file/TCczSbPymnD

note ~0008941

softwarefailure (reporter)

Have you installed CAPSImg.dll? I have installed CAPSImg.dll from here: http://www.softpres.org/_media/files:spsdeclib_5.1_windows.zip?id=download&cache=cache

I'm using 64-bit versions of WinUAE and CAPSImg.dll. I think a missing or outdated CAPSImg.dll is the problem that causes your WinUAE not to recognize this image...

note ~0008943

softwarefailure (reporter)

But WinUAE seems to use it. What does your log say? Mine says this:

DLOPEN: Loaded plugin CAPSImg.dll
CAPS: library version 5.1 (flags=00007FFF)
caps: type:1 imagetype:3 date:0.0.0 0:0:0 rel:0 rev:0
Disk decode: weird sector number 70 (aa98467d, 119)
Disk decode: weird sector number 68 (ab9c4480, 433)
Disk decode: weird sector number 22 (abcc167c, 747)
Disk decode: weird sector number 88 (aac858a0, 1061)
Disk decode: weird sector number 92 (ab885c4c, 1375)
Disk decode: weird sector number 90 (ab9c5a64, 1689)
Disk decode: weird sector number 16 (ae9c10c8, 2003)
Disk decode: weird sector number 66 (aed84204, 2317)
Disk decode: weird sector number 20 (afc814f8, 2631)
Disk decode: weird sector number 72 (ae8c4800, 2945)
Disk decode: weird sector number 30 (ae9c1e7c, 3259)
Disk decode: weird sector number 88 (af9858f4, 3573)
Disk decode: weird sector number 14 (afd80e08, 3887)
Disk decode: weird sector number 52 (aacc34b0, 4201)
Disk decode: weird sector number 52 (ab8c341c, 4515)
Disk decode: weird sector number 50 (ab883280, 4829)
Disk decode: weird sector number 104 (aa9868ad, 5143)
Disk decode: weird sector number 59 (aadc3b10, 5457)
Disk decode: weird sector number 44 (abcc2cad, 5771)
Disk decode: weird sector number 80 (aa885044, 6130)
Disk decode: weird sector number 70 (aa98467d, 6453)
Disk decode: weird sector number 68 (ab9c4480, 6767)
Disk decode: weird sector number 22 (abcc167c, 7081)
Disk decode: weird sector number 88 (aac858a0, 7395)
Disk decode: weird sector number 92 (ab885c4c, 7709)
Disk decode: weird sector number 90 (ab9c5a64, 8023)
Disk decode: weird sector number 16 (ae9c10c8, 8337)
Disk decode: weird sector number 66 (aed84204, 8651)
Disk decode: weird sector number 20 (afc814f8, 8965)
Disk decode: weird sector number 72 (ae8c4800, 9279)
Disk decode: weird sector number 30 (ae9c1e7c, 9593)
Disk decode: weird sector number 88 (af9858f4, 9907)
Disk decode: weird sector number 14 (afd80e08, 10221)
Disk decode: weird sector number 52 (aacc34b0, 10535)
Disk decode: weird sector number 52 (ab8c341c, 10849)
Disk decode: weird sector number 50 (ab883280, 11163)
Disk decode: weird sector number 104 (aa9868ad, 11477)
Disk decode: weird sector number 59 (aadc3b10, 11791)
Disk decode: weird sector number 44 (abcc2cad, 12105)
Stored port 0/2 d=0: added 200 0 Windows mouse WINMOUSE1
Stored port 1/2 d=0: added 1 0
Stored port 0/2 d=0: added 200 0 Windows mouse WINMOUSE1
Stored port 1/2 d=0: added 1 0
*: E:\Emulatoren\WinUAE\rom\KICK34005.rom:262144 = KS ROM v1.3 (A500,A1000,A2000) rev 34.5 (256k) [315093-02]
CRC32=C4F0F55F SHA1=891E9A547772FE0C6C19B610BAF8BC4EA7FCB785
KS ver = 34 (0x22)
Stored port 0/2 d=0: added 200 0 Windows mouse WINMOUSE1
Port0: COMBO 'Windows mouse' + 'WINMOUSE1' matched
Stored port 1/2 d=0: added 1 0
Stored port 1/2 d=0: added 1 0
Port1: ID 'kbd2' matched
Port2: NONE
Port3: NONE
Log (enabled): 'E:\Emulatoren\WinUAE\winuaelog.txt'

note ~0008946

JOTD (developer)

Last edited: 2020-06-14 14:45

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ah okay, i had an old version in the path. Removed, it boots. But it locks up at the menu, though. Cycle exact makes it work!!

wow. okay :)

note ~0008947

softwarefailure (reporter)

Yeah, it says version 4.2 but it should be 5.1. I guess you have another version of CAPSImg.dll installed somewhere on your system. I think Windows first scans certain system directories before opening a DLL from the program directory. So there's probably another copy of CAPSImg.dll in a system directory and that version is given priority. MD5 of my version of CAPSImg.dll 5.1.0.1 is 79b0078d27e5bc1de490289c45792ffe

note ~0008948

softwarefailure (reporter)

Game works here. When the menu appears I press F1 and the game starts...

note ~0008949

JOTD (developer)

yeah it works with "cycle exact", thanks! wow that's solving a lot of future potential problems with ipf

note ~0008950

JOTD (developer)

you may want to submit your image to the SPS team because it doesn't seem to be dumped.

note ~0008951

softwarefailure (reporter)

Yeah, I'll do that. Really strange that this hasn't been dumped yet because it's not exactly an exotic title. They only have the version with DOS tracks but this is what they often used for re-releases while the original release was MFM.
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-Issue History
Date Modified Username Field Change
2020-05-26 19:59 softwarefailure New Issue
2020-05-29 14:27 JOTD Note Added: 0008867
2020-05-29 22:40 softwarefailure Note Added: 0008868
2020-05-29 22:56 JOTD Note Added: 0008869
2020-05-29 23:07 softwarefailure Note Added: 0008870
2020-05-30 07:15 JOTD Note Added: 0008873
2020-05-30 12:39 softwarefailure Note Added: 0008876
2020-06-14 11:11 softwarefailure Note Added: 0008941
2020-06-14 11:39 softwarefailure Note Added: 0008943
2020-06-14 14:36 JOTD Note Added: 0008946
2020-06-14 14:42 JOTD Note Edited: 0008946 View Revisions
2020-06-14 14:45 softwarefailure Note Added: 0008947
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2020-06-14 14:47 softwarefailure Note Added: 0008948
2020-06-14 14:48 JOTD Note Added: 0008949
2020-06-14 15:00 JOTD Note Added: 0008950
2020-06-14 15:12 softwarefailure Note Added: 0008951
2020-06-14 23:54 JOTD Assigned To => JOTD
2020-06-14 23:54 JOTD Status new => acknowledged
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