Anthony817 wrote:GDMENU? It is pretty straight forward now, we have SD card builder apps too on PC to allow us to add and configure GDI's and select VGA flags and other options as well too. So it patches that, and also lets you press Start + A,B,X,Y, at the same time for in game reset. Just make sure you do it 2x in game, once to get back to main game menu screen, and again to go to GDMENU. It can fully reset the console back to that for you so no getting up to power down system to change games or any bios mods required to get that feature.
I just added 60 games to my 128gb SD card over the past 2 days and it was way less painful than adding them all individually. It is also still not close to being fully filled up either. You can even rename the games as well too, and in fact using that app makes the "loading" screen you see to get to the menu disappear, it is 100% skipped now with that app. You can go instantly into the app if you set your DC to auto start into game, and then go into the settings menu inside GDMENU and turn off the Sega Dreamcast swirl and license screen boot sequence and it lets you get into games even faster.
It really does bring the system into the 21st century. Such a great affordable and 100% compatible device vs other solutions.
You can get the latest version of the SD maker app here, and it also installs the latest GDMENU as well.
Also, if you have any other questions let me know, I will be happy to answer them.
Ivan GR wrote:Not all, Bleemcast tk3,gt2 and mgs not working.Anthony817 wrote:You want to get the GDEMU, it has 100% compatibility with ALL games
GameOverYeah wrote:What iteration of ebay-sold gdemu can you personally vouch for? How difficult is the assembly? I have zero soldering abilities; i hope i don't have to solder stuff. Can I save game save files to the SD card or will I need to use my VMUs? Because i always get mixed up with which VMU has which save files.
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