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brentj

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ArcadeVGA Windows 10 install problem
« on: June 17, 2018, 09:11:34 am »
I got it working on XP a few years ago but was trying to move it to a windows 10 install. I did see the page where they list all the drivers to download. This is the 3000 card version  with the DVI port on top. I tried again and again and try different utilities to make sure all ATI drivers were deleted first. Iím using a PC monitor through the DVI port on the card during install but no matter what I do it it seems like catalyst installation package does not find the card. I cannot see the card and the device manager either

Are there any windows 10 specific tricks for this type of situation youíve uncovered? I spent several hours on this with no luck.

Is the 5000 version of the card likely to be any different? Does 5000 come with a disk that has any different type of installer? For this card I donít think I got a disk  i think they just told me to get them online

If the 5000 goes into the same size PCI slot...

I have updated the bios and drivers

Thanks if anyone has any tricks!
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Re: ArcadeVGA Windows 10 install problem
« Reply #1 on: June 18, 2018, 10:44:27 pm »
It seems like every month or two someone posts this question or one very similar. The answer ,sadly, is that if google can't help, you should contact Andy at Ultimarc, who is known for good customer service. But no one has ever posted back with results after this. It would be nice if there was a definite fix.

Do not get an AVGA5000. Crt_emudriver is much better, cheaper, faster, more powerful and easier to set up. In your case, however, it may be a case of setting things up over again if you change - I'm not sure.

https://www.aussiearcade.com/showthread.php/87668-A-guide-to-connecting-your-Windows-PC-to-an-SD-CRT-TV-PVM-or-Arcade-Monitor


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Re: ArcadeVGA Windows 10 install problem
« Reply #2 on: June 19, 2018, 02:04:50 am »
Hi

so if I want to install the ArcadeVga 5000 on win 7 is it ok?

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Re: ArcadeVGA Windows 10 install problem
« Reply #4 on: June 19, 2018, 08:22:40 pm »
Hi

so if I want to install the ArcadeVga 5000 on win 7 is it ok?

Should be, but I believe Ultimarc claims the drivers work on Win 10 as well. Correct me if I'm wrong, of course. In the main the AVGA's do what they are designed to do, but like i said, every month or so someone posts up on here that they can't get one working, and then they never post back with later success, save i think one guy who gave up and went the crt_emudriver route. I don't even know if any of them are contacting Andy at Ultimarc - I really hope they're smart enough to take that advice, Andy supports the stuff he makes.

The crt_emudriver route is everything i said it was above, and also far more transparent and with better documentation, not to mention an entire community willing to provide support, even if it's internet forum support :)

GroovyMAME subforum on here is the place to ask for advice on crt_emudriver.
Downloads and info are here - http://geedorah.com/eiusdemmodi/forum/viewforum.php?id=7

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Re: ArcadeVGA Windows 10 install problem
« Reply #5 on: June 19, 2018, 10:17:18 pm »
Thank you; GREAT resource article!  At least it looks it so far.

I just ordered a used i7 with Radeon card and will try the emu driver approach for something new...


It seems like every month or two someone posts this question or one very similar. The answer ,sadly, is that if google can't help, you should contact Andy at Ultimarc, who is known for good customer service. But no one has ever posted back with results after this. It would be nice if there was a definite fix.

Do not get an AVGA5000. Crt_emudriver is much better, cheaper, faster, more powerful and easier to set up. In your case, however, it may be a case of setting things up over again if you change - I'm not sure.

https://www.aussiearcade.com/showthread.php/87668-A-guide-to-connecting-your-Windows-PC-to-an-SD-CRT-TV-PVM-or-Arcade-Monitor

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Re: ArcadeVGA Windows 10 install problem
« Reply #6 on: June 20, 2018, 02:32:35 am »
Hi

so if I want to install the ArcadeVga 5000 on win 7 is it ok?

Should be, but I believe Ultimarc claims the drivers work on Win 10 as well. Correct me if I'm wrong, of course. In the main the AVGA's do what they are designed to do, but like i said, every month or so someone posts up on here that they can't get one working, and then they never post back with later success, save i think one guy who gave up and went the crt_emudriver route. I don't even know if any of them are contacting Andy at Ultimarc - I really hope they're smart enough to take that advice, Andy supports the stuff he makes.

The crt_emudriver route is everything i said it was above, and also far more transparent and with better documentation, not to mention an entire community willing to provide support, even if it's internet forum support :)

GroovyMAME subforum on here is the place to ask for advice on crt_emudriver.
Downloads and info are here - http://geedorah.com/eiusdemmodi/forum/viewforum.php?id=7

Thanks for the info men.

  
 

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