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EverDrive N8 NES OS Update v14 released

October 29th, 2016 No comments

It was released a new OS Update for the EverDrive N8 NES Flash Cartridge (Nintendo NES) by Krikzz. The upgrade instructions can be found here.

Changelog:

  • Fixed MMC4 (glitches in Fire Emblem)
  • New mappers support. 31, 137, 138, 139, 141, 147, 168
  • Removed “audio mix vol” option. Now it always in “Hi” state.
  • Removed “Mapper info” menu due the lack of memory space.
  • Minor bugfix.

Download: -EverDrive N8 NES OS Update v14 (280)

source: krikzz.com

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Everdrive N64 – OS Update v2.09 released (v2.00+ rev only)

February 18th, 2015 No comments

It was released a new OS Update for the Everdrive N64 Flash Cartridge (Nintendo 64) by Krikzz. The upgrade instructions can be found here.

Changelog:

  • 2.09 (21.01.2015)
    • “CRC Check” option to enable/disable CRC check
    • FPGA code update
  • 2.08 (14.11.2014)
    • Minor fix of bootcode
  • 2.07 (12.11.2014)
    • Fixed “Self test” menu
  • 2.06 (12.11.2014)
    • Fully functional GameShark. Special thanks to Parasyte and Modman for new GS core!
    • Automatic save and loading GS codes when user change the game. “Auto cheat” option should be enabled
    • Fixed graphics bug in “RTC setup” menu (ED64 V3)

Download: Everdrive N64 - OS Update v2.09 (511)

source: krikzz.com

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Everdrive N64 – OS Update v2.05 released (v2.00 rev only)

September 28th, 2014 No comments

It was released a new OS Update for the Everdrive N64 Flash Cartridge (Nintendo 64) by Krikzz. The upgrade instructions can be found here.

Changelog:

  • After reset, file browser returns where you was before than run the game, instead of just go to the root.
  • Users can change default save type in save_db.txt
  • ED64-V3 support.
  • Fixed default save type for some games.
  • Changed save memory initialization, it fix the problems with some games.
  • Fixed possible problems with sram and flash ram saves.
  • Fixed ramnom hangs after reboot.
  • Self test function. Cart stability diagnostic.
  • Improved eeprom implementation.

Download: Everdrive N64 - OS Update v2.05 (367)

source: krikzz.com

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Everdrive N64 – OS Update v2.04 released (v2.00 Hardware rev only)

November 26th, 2013 No comments

It was released a new OS Update for the Everdrive N64 Flash Cartridge (Nintendo 64) by Krikzz. The upgrade instructions can be found here.

Changelog:

  • 2.04 (31.10.2013)
    • Fixed problem with corrupted file names
  • 2.03 (30.10.2013)
    • Fixed IPS patching bug
  • 2.02 (28.10.2013)
    • Bugfix
    • More space for overscan area
  • 2.01 (27.10.2013)
    • Bugfix
  • 2.00 (26.10.2013)
    • OS Is not supported with EverDrive V1!!!
    • Colpletely new OS was made from zero
    • New FPGA core
    • Faster SD interface. Now trasfer speed up to 23Mbyte/s
    • GameShark cheats.
    • IPS/APS patches support
    • Auto cheats loading.
    • Auto IPS/APS loading
    • Forcing of TV mode in the game. It may help to run some PAL games in color with NTSC system
    • New menu interface
    • Auto CRC fix. May help to run some hacked roms with bad checksum
    • Menu supports two resolutions 320×240 and 640×480. Probably will be useful for some RGB moded systems which blinks in 640×480 mode
    • New controller PAK manager
    • Controller PAK auto backup function
    • Winks works with NTSC systems in color
    • Some other minor improwments (:
    • Copying data from file to file, ringht in menu. To make some extra copy of saves, for example
    • File byte swapping. Useful for emulator save files converting
    • Menu supports analog stick

Download: Everdrive N64 - OS Update v2.04 (477)

source: krikzz.com

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Unboxing Everdrive cartridge for Megadrive/Genesis & Nintendo 64

May 24th, 2012 No comments
Unboxing Everdrive cartridge for Megadrive & Nintendo 64

Autopsy:

The Everdrive is essentially an interface which allows your ageing console to communicate with an SD card. Using software loaded directly onto the device, the Everdrive boasts a simple menu which allows you to navigate your way around your SD card and load one of hundreds of ROMs into its flash memory. This takes only a few seconds and once the process is complete it’s as if you’ve slotted the original cartridge into your machine.

The Everdrive itself is manufactured in the Ukraine by a talented guy known as Krikzz. He only sends out the bare circuit board so you may want to cannibalize an existing cartridge to create a suitable case. Setting up the Everdrive is relatively straightforward; you simply format your SD card in FAT32 and then drop your ROMs into organised files. One thing you have to note is that each folder cannot have more than 512 items in it, so it’s a good idea to create a folder for each letter of the alphabet and then transfer the files into each.

The Everdrive can be ordered direct from its creator via his website or via resellers on various auction sites.

Everdrive Video Review:

source: krikzz.com meanmachinesmag.co.uk gp2x.de 8bitplus.co.uk