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Windows 10 Guide? / Monitor not in sync with emudrivers?
« on: August 28, 2018, 07:30:55 pm »
This thread is a 2 question post.

1. I feel like I'm not wrapping my head around Groovymame and all of it's side programs properly, CRT Emudrivers, VMmaker, Arcade OSD etc. Does there exist a guide somewhere, preferably video, for Windows 10 and the most recent Groovymame version and it's side programs? Every guide I can find is out of date or specific on Windows XP or 7 features and sometimes also on older versions of VMmaker, Emudrivers etc. The few "go to guides" people recommend are irreverent at this point when using more modern hardware and software and the only video tutorial I can find is also out of date at this point too. I'm really after a in-depth guide which skips nothing from start to finish.

2. With that said, I MAY have it setup somewhat correctly, but maybe not either since it's not working 100%. I installed the emudrivers, the software says it was successful. I install the video modes (24 to be exact) with VMmaker which that says was successful. I can change my desktop now to a bunch of really obscure resolutions but none of them my arcade monitor, Nanao MS9, likes. (I read somewhere that 640 x 480 should be safe but that was out of sync too) No matter what it's out of sync. I once managed to get it to display Ketsui: Kizuna Jigoku Tachi in 15khz whilst dual monitoring off a LCD screen with the Nanao MS9. I don't know how I got it going exactly, and because most games the Switchres was changing to what were very incorrect resolutions I tried to play around with it to get everything working but I seemed to break Ketsui: Kizuna Jigoku Tachi and the other handful of games that actually worked. Now Switchres triggers what seems to be almost random resolutions. For the most part their double the res of what it should be. I assume that Switchres is changing to odd incorrect resolutions because I'm dual monitoring, but given that the arcade monitor won't sync I got no choice.

Hopefully this wasn't too wordy.  ???

My setup is as followed:
Windows 10 64bit Home Editon
Groovymame 0.200 installed on top of Mame 0.200
Video game is a Radeon 2250. Using the DMS-59 port with the DMS-59 -> 2 Male VGA cable.
Arcade connected through JPAC. Sega New Astro City -> Windows 10 PC
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Re: Windows 10 Guide? / Monitor not in sync with emudrivers?
« Reply #1 on: August 28, 2018, 09:16:50 pm »
Now Switchres triggers what seems to be almost random resolutions.

Show your logs, man! :)

See here.
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Re: Windows 10 Guide? / Monitor not in sync with emudrivers?
« Reply #2 on: August 28, 2018, 09:20:53 pm »
Now Switchres triggers what seems to be almost random resolutions.

Show your logs, man! :)

See here.

Sorry I planned on it and I will... I just typed this up at work where I don't have access to my equipment. I was hoping someone would have an answer without needing a log but I will provide it when I get home in 7ish hours.  :laugh:
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Re: Windows 10 Guide? / Monitor not in sync with emudrivers?
« Reply #3 on: August 29, 2018, 12:12:01 am »
My setup is as followed:
Windows 10 64bit Home Editon
Groovymame 0.200 installed on top of Mame 0.200
Video game is a Radeon 2250. Using the DMS-59 port with the DMS-59 -> 2 Male VGA cable.
Arcade connected through JPAC. Sega New Astro City -> Windows 10 PC

1) Frankly, I'm shocked that card works at all with Windows 10.  I'm pretty sure ATI never supported that GPU on Windows 10 at all.

2) GroovyMAME now comes with a complete distribution package.  You don't need to install it over standard baseline MAME.

3) I think the reason you're having installation problems is because you're using an ancient video card and old CRT Emudriver.  The recommended configuration these days is a Radeon HD 5000 or newer for Windows 7/10 along with CRT Emudriver 2.0...  http://geedorah.com/eiusdemmodi/forum/viewtopic.php?id=295

Note that the Radeon HD 5000 series was first available in 2009 so it's nearly 10 years old.  The card you have is even older, from around 2005.

Here's the installation guide for a Radeon HD 5000 (or newer) card for reference.  It's pretty step-by-step...
http://geedorah.com/eiusdemmodi/forum/viewtopic.php?pid=1052#p1052
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Re: Windows 10 Guide? / Monitor not in sync with emudrivers?
« Reply #4 on: August 29, 2018, 12:42:36 am »
My setup is as followed:
Windows 10 64bit Home Editon
Groovymame 0.200 installed on top of Mame 0.200
Video game is a Radeon 2250. Using the DMS-59 port with the DMS-59 -> 2 Male VGA cable.
Arcade connected through JPAC. Sega New Astro City -> Windows 10 PC

1) Frankly, I'm shocked that card works at all with Windows 10.  I'm pretty sure ATI never supported that GPU on Windows 10 at all.

2) GroovyMAME now comes with a complete distribution package.  You don't need to install it over standard baseline MAME.

3) I think the reason you're having installation problems is because you're using an ancient video card and old CRT Emudriver.  The recommended configuration these days is a Radeon HD 5000 or newer for Windows 7/10 along with CRT Emudriver 2.0...  http://geedorah.com/eiusdemmodi/forum/viewtopic.php?id=295

Note that the Radeon HD 5000 series was first available in 2009 so it's nearly 10 years old.  The card you have is even older, from around 2005.

Here's the installation guide for a Radeon HD 5000 (or newer) card for reference.  It's pretty step-by-step...
http://geedorah.com/eiusdemmodi/forum/viewtopic.php?pid=1052#p1052

I'll see if I can source a 5000 on the cheap. The gentleman who sold me the New Astro City just gave me 2 of the 2250's for nothing (he literally had a bucket full of them) when I told him all I had left to buy for my project.
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Re: Windows 10 Guide? / Monitor not in sync with emudrivers?
« Reply #5 on: August 29, 2018, 01:11:22 am »
I'll see if I can source a 5000 on the cheap. The gentleman who sold me the New Astro City just gave me 2 of the 2250's for nothing (he literally had a bucket full of them) when I told him all I had left to buy for my project.

I mean, that card *might* work on Windows 10 but most of the documentation and discussion on this site is aimed at CRT Emudriver 2.0 and a Radeon HD 5000 or higher so it's likely to be a struggle.

There's actually quite a few desktop card choices with CRT Emudriver 2.0...

Non-GCN cards:
AMD Radeon HD 5000, HD 6000 Series, HD 7000-7600, HD 8000-8400 Series
AMD Radeon R5 235X, R5 235, R5 230, R5 220 Series

GCN cards:
AMD Radeon HD 7700-7900, HD 8500-8900 Series
AMD Radeon R7 200, R7 300, R9 200, R9 300, R9 Nano, R9 Fury Series
Hantarex Polo 15KHz
Sapphire Radeon HD 7750 2GB (GCN)
GroovyMAME 0.197.017h_d3d9ex
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Re: Windows 10 Guide? / Monitor not in sync with emudrivers?
« Reply #6 on: August 30, 2018, 08:04:44 am »
Now Switchres triggers what seems to be almost random resolutions.

Show your logs, man! :)

See here.

Okay dokey! I'm only 24 hours late on my promise of logs... sorry I forgot to steal works VGA cable to hook the computer up.

I decided to do two logs.  I did the game i once got working (ket) and a game which is horizontal orientation. I thought it might be easier getting down to the issue with multiple logs?

Never the less here they are...

ket
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SwitchRes: v0.017i, Monitor: generic_15, Orientation: horizontal, Modeline generation: enabled
SwitchRes: Monitor range 15625.00-15750.00,49.50-65.00,2.000,4.700,8.000,0.064,0.192,1.024,0,0,192,288,448,576
SwitchRes: \\.\DISPLAY2: ATI Radeon HD 2400 XT (CRT Emudriver - WDDM v1.1) (PCI\VEN_1002&DEV_94C1&SUBSYS_0D021028&REV_00)
SwitchRes: Device key: System\CurrentControlSet\Control\Video\{D62969C8-AAC5-11E8-B566-E0D55E8BE96C}\0000
ATI legacy init
Switchres: Searching for custom video modes...
Switchres: [  1]  240x 192 @ 60 : system mode
Switchres: [  2]  240x 200 @ 60 : system mode
Switchres: [  3]  248x 192 @ 60 : system mode
Switchres: [  4]  256x 192 @ 60 : system mode
Switchres: [  5]  256x 224 @ 60 : system mode
Switchres: [  6]  256x 239 @ 60 : system mode
Switchres: [  7]  256x 240 @ 60 : system mode
Switchres: [  8]  256x 244 @ 60 : system mode
Switchres: [  9]  256x 256 @ 57 : system mode
Switchres: [ 10]  320x 224 @ 60 : system mode
Switchres: [ 11]  320x 240 @ 60 : system mode
Switchres: [ 12]  320x 244 @ 60 : system mode
Switchres: [ 13]  320x 256 @ 57 : system mode
Switchres: [ 14]  336x 224 @ 60 : system mode
Switchres: [ 15]  384x 240 @ 60 : system mode
Switchres: [ 16]  512x 448 @ 60 : system mode
Switchres: [ 17]  512x 478 @ 60 : system mode
Switchres: [ 18]  512x 480 @ 60 : system mode
Switchres: [ 19]  512x 512 @ 57 : system mode
Switchres: [ 20]  544x 242 @ 60 : system mode
Switchres: [ 21]  640x 200 @ 60 : system mode
Switchres: [ 22]  640x 480 @ 60* : system mode
Switchres: [ 23]  768x 512 @ 57 : system mode
SwitchRes: Found 0 custom of 23 active video modes

SwitchRes: Entering switchres_modeline_setup
SwitchRes: v0.017i:[ket] Calculating best video mode for 224x448@59.169998 orientation: rotated

SwitchRes: [ 240]x[ 192]_[60=60.000000Hz] - locked

SwitchRes: [ 240]x[ 200]_[60=60.000000Hz] - locked

SwitchRes: [ 248]x[ 192]_[60=60.000000Hz] - locked

SwitchRes: [ 256]x[ 192]_[60=60.000000Hz] - locked

SwitchRes: [ 256]x[ 224]_[60=60.000000Hz] - locked

SwitchRes: [ 256]x[ 239]_[60=60.000000Hz] - locked

SwitchRes: [ 256]x[ 240]_[60=60.000000Hz] - locked

SwitchRes: [ 256]x[ 244]_[60=60.000000Hz] - locked

SwitchRes: [ 256]x[ 256]_[57=57.000000Hz] - locked

SwitchRes: [ 320]x[ 224]_[60=60.000000Hz] - locked

SwitchRes: [ 320]x[ 240]_[60=60.000000Hz] - locked

SwitchRes: [ 320]x[ 244]_[60=60.000000Hz] - locked

SwitchRes: [ 320]x[ 256]_[57=57.000000Hz] - locked

SwitchRes: [ 336]x[ 224]_[60=60.000000Hz] - locked

SwitchRes: [ 384]x[ 240]_[60=60.000000Hz] - locked

SwitchRes: [ 512]x[ 448]_[60=60.000000Hz] - locked

SwitchRes: [ 512]x[ 478]_[60=60.000000Hz] - locked

SwitchRes: [ 512]x[ 480]_[60=60.000000Hz] - locked

SwitchRes: [ 512]x[ 512]_[57=57.000000Hz] - locked

SwitchRes: [ 544]x[ 242]_[60=60.000000Hz] - locked

SwitchRes: [ 640]x[ 200]_[60=60.000000Hz] - locked

SwitchRes: [ 640]x[ 480]_[60=60.000000Hz]
   rng(0):  640 x 480_60.000000i 0.000000 [fract] scale(2, 1, 1) diff(24.44, 6.67, 0.8300) ratio(2.857, 1.071)

SwitchRes: [ 768]x[ 512]_[57=57.000000Hz] - locked

SwitchRes: [ket] (1) vertical (224x448@59.169998)->(640x480@60.000000)
   rng(0):  640 x 480_60.000000i 0.000000 [fract] scale(2, 1, 1) diff(24.44, 6.67, 0.8300) ratio(2.857, 1.071)
SwitchRes: Modeline "640x480_60 0.000000KHz 60.000000Hz" 0.000000 640 0 0 0 480 0 0 0 interlace  -hsync -vsync
SwitchRes: Setting option -rotate
SwitchRes: Setting option -noror
SwitchRes: Setting option -noautoror
SwitchRes: Setting option -norol
SwitchRes: Setting option -noautorol
SwitchRes: Setting option -keepaspect
SwitchRes: Setting option -unevenstretch
SwitchRes: Setting option -nounevenstretchx
SwitchRes: Setting option -noblack_frame_insertion
SwitchRes: Setting option -syncrefresh
SwitchRes: Setting option -notriplebuffer
SwitchRes: Setting option -waitvsync
SwitchRes: Setting option -filter
Video: Monitor 65537 = "\\.\DISPLAY2" (primary)
Direct3D: Using Direct3D 9
Physical width 640, height 480
Direct3D: Initialize
Direct3D: Configuring adapter #0 = ATI Radeon HD 2400 XT (CRT Emudriver - WDDM v1.1)
Direct3D: Adapter has Vendor ID: 1002 and Device ID: 94C1
Direct3D: Using dynamic textures
Direct3D: YUV format = RGB
Direct3D: Max texture size = 8192x8192
Direct3D: Device created at 640x480
Direct3D: First scanline: 1, Last scanline: 480, Break scanline: 480, Delay scanline: -47
Direct3D: Initialize HLSL
Direct3D: Unable to find D3DXCreateEffectFromFileW
RawInput: APIs detected
RawInput: APIs detected
RawInput: APIs detected
Input: Adding keyboard #0: HID Keyboard Device (device id: \\?\HID#VID_046D&PID_C52B&MI_00#7&d855ea0&0&0000#{884b96c3-56ef-11d1-bc8c-00a0c91405dd})
Input: Adding keyboard #1: HID Keyboard Device (device id: \\?\HID#VID_D208&PID_0310&MI_00#7&13c885af&0&0000#{884b96c3-56ef-11d1-bc8c-00a0c91405dd})
Input: Adding mouse #0: HID-compliant mouse (device id: \\?\HID#VID_046D&PID_C52B&MI_01&Col01#7&315c9c62&0&0000#{378de44c-56ef-11d1-bc8c-00a0c91405dd})
Input: Adding mouse #1: HID-compliant mouse (device id: \\?\HID#VID_D208&PID_0310&MI_01#7&2b8c11f4&0&0000#{378de44c-56ef-11d1-bc8c-00a0c91405dd})
Input: Adding lightgun #0: HID-compliant mouse (device id: \\?\HID#VID_046D&PID_C52B&MI_01&Col01#7&315c9c62&0&0000#{378de44c-56ef-11d1-bc8c-00a0c91405dd})
Input: Adding lightgun #1: HID-compliant mouse (device id: \\?\HID#VID_D208&PID_0310&MI_01#7&2b8c11f4&0&0000#{378de44c-56ef-11d1-bc8c-00a0c91405dd})
Region ':maincpu' created
unzip: opened archive file roms\ket.zip
unzip: found roms\ket.zip ECD
unzip: roms\ket.zip has no ZIP64 ECD locator
unzip: read roms\ket.zip central directory
unzip: closing archive file roms\ket.zip and sending to cache
Region ':prot' created
unzip: found roms\ket.zip in cache
unzip: closing archive file roms\ket.zip and sending to cache
unzip: found roms\ket.zip in cache
unzip: closing archive file roms\ket.zip and sending to cache
Region ':tiles' created
unzip: found roms\ket.zip in cache
unzip: opened archive file roms\ket.zip
unzip: closing archive file roms\ket.zip and sending to cache
unzip: found roms\ket.zip in cache
unzip: opened archive file roms\ket.zip
unzip: closing archive file roms\ket.zip and sending to cache
Region ':sprcol' created
unzip: found roms\ket.zip in cache
unzip: opened archive file roms\ket.zip
unzip: closing archive file roms\ket.zip and sending to cache
unzip: found roms\ket.zip in cache
unzip: opened archive file roms\ket.zip
unzip: closing archive file roms\ket.zip and sending to cache
Region ':sprmask' created
unzip: found roms\ket.zip in cache
unzip: opened archive file roms\ket.zip
unzip: closing archive file roms\ket.zip and sending to cache
Region ':ics' created
unzip: found roms\ket.zip in cache
unzip: opened archive file roms\ket.zip
unzip: closing archive file roms\ket.zip and sending to cache
Region ':sram' created
unzip: found roms\ket.zip in cache
unzip: opened archive file roms\ket.zip
unzip: closing archive file roms\ket.zip and sending to cache
Optional device ':prot' not found
Optional shared pointer ':arm7_shareram' not found
Optional device ':soundcpu:finder_dummy_tag' not found
Optional device ':soundcpu:finder_dummy_tag' not found
Optional device ':soundcpu:finder_dummy_tag' not found
Optional device ':screen:finder_dummy_tag' not found
Optional memory region ':palette:finder_dummy_tag' not found
Optional device ':soundlatch:finder_dummy_tag' not found
Optional device ':soundlatch2:finder_dummy_tag' not found
Optional device ':soundlatch3:finder_dummy_tag' not found
Optional device ':ics:finder_dummy_tag' not found
Starting Ketsui: Kizuna Jigoku Tachi (2003/01/01. Master Ver.) ':'
  (missing dependencies; rescheduling)
Starting Motorola MC68000 ':maincpu'
Starting Timer ':scantimer'
Starting Zilog Z80 ':soundcpu'
Starting NVRAM ':sram'
Starting V3021 RTC ':rtc'
Starting Video Screen ':screen'
  (missing dependencies; rescheduling)
Starting gfxdecode ':gfxdecode'
Starting palette ':palette'
Starting Speaker ':mono'
  (missing dependencies; rescheduling)
Starting Generic 8-bit latch ':soundlatch'
Starting Generic 8-bit latch ':soundlatch2'
Starting Generic 8-bit latch ':soundlatch3'
Starting ICS2115 ':ics'
Starting Ketsui: Kizuna Jigoku Tachi (2003/01/01. Master Ver.) ':'
  (missing dependencies; rescheduling)
Starting Video Screen ':screen'
Starting Speaker ':mono'
Starting Ketsui: Kizuna Jigoku Tachi (2003/01/01. Master Ver.) ':'
Attempting to parse: default.cfg
Attempting to parse: ket.cfg

akatana
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SwitchRes: v0.017i, Monitor: generic_15, Orientation: horizontal, Modeline generation: enabled
SwitchRes: Monitor range 15625.00-15750.00,49.50-65.00,2.000,4.700,8.000,0.064,0.192,1.024,0,0,192,288,448,576
SwitchRes: \\.\DISPLAY2: ATI Radeon HD 2400 XT (CRT Emudriver - WDDM v1.1) (PCI\VEN_1002&DEV_94C1&SUBSYS_0D021028&REV_00)
SwitchRes: Device key: System\CurrentControlSet\Control\Video\{D62969C8-AAC5-11E8-B566-E0D55E8BE96C}\0000
ATI legacy init
Switchres: Searching for custom video modes...
Switchres: [  1]  240x 192 @ 60 : system mode
Switchres: [  2]  240x 200 @ 60 : system mode
Switchres: [  3]  248x 192 @ 60 : system mode
Switchres: [  4]  256x 192 @ 60 : system mode
Switchres: [  5]  256x 224 @ 60 : system mode
Switchres: [  6]  256x 239 @ 60 : system mode
Switchres: [  7]  256x 240 @ 60 : system mode
Switchres: [  8]  256x 244 @ 60 : system mode
Switchres: [  9]  256x 256 @ 57 : system mode
Switchres: [ 10]  320x 224 @ 60 : system mode
Switchres: [ 11]  320x 240 @ 60 : system mode
Switchres: [ 12]  320x 244 @ 60 : system mode
Switchres: [ 13]  320x 256 @ 57 : system mode
Switchres: [ 14]  336x 224 @ 60 : system mode
Switchres: [ 15]  384x 240 @ 60 : system mode
Switchres: [ 16]  512x 448 @ 60 : system mode
Switchres: [ 17]  512x 478 @ 60 : system mode
Switchres: [ 18]  512x 480 @ 60 : system mode
Switchres: [ 19]  512x 512 @ 57 : system mode
Switchres: [ 20]  544x 242 @ 60 : system mode
Switchres: [ 21]  640x 200 @ 60 : system mode
Switchres: [ 22]  640x 480 @ 60* : system mode
Switchres: [ 23]  768x 512 @ 57 : system mode
SwitchRes: Found 0 custom of 23 active video modes

SwitchRes: Entering switchres_modeline_setup
SwitchRes: v0.017i:[akatana] Calculating best video mode for 320x240@60.000000 orientation: normal

SwitchRes: [ 240]x[ 192]_[60=60.000000Hz] - locked

SwitchRes: [ 240]x[ 200]_[60=60.000000Hz] - locked

SwitchRes: [ 248]x[ 192]_[60=60.000000Hz] - locked

SwitchRes: [ 256]x[ 192]_[60=60.000000Hz] - locked

SwitchRes: [ 256]x[ 224]_[60=60.000000Hz] - locked

SwitchRes: [ 256]x[ 239]_[60=60.000000Hz] - locked

SwitchRes: [ 256]x[ 240]_[60=60.000000Hz] - locked

SwitchRes: [ 256]x[ 244]_[60=60.000000Hz] - locked

SwitchRes: [ 256]x[ 256]_[57=57.000000Hz] - locked

SwitchRes: [ 320]x[ 224]_[60=60.000000Hz] - locked

SwitchRes: [ 320]x[ 240]_[60=60.000000Hz] - locked

SwitchRes: [ 320]x[ 244]_[60=60.000000Hz] - locked

SwitchRes: [ 320]x[ 256]_[57=57.000000Hz] - locked

SwitchRes: [ 336]x[ 224]_[60=60.000000Hz] - locked

SwitchRes: [ 384]x[ 240]_[60=60.000000Hz] - locked

SwitchRes: [ 512]x[ 448]_[60=60.000000Hz] - locked

SwitchRes: [ 512]x[ 478]_[60=60.000000Hz] - locked

SwitchRes: [ 512]x[ 480]_[60=60.000000Hz] - locked

SwitchRes: [ 512]x[ 512]_[57=57.000000Hz] - locked

SwitchRes: [ 544]x[ 242]_[60=60.000000Hz] - locked

SwitchRes: [ 640]x[ 200]_[60=60.000000Hz] - locked

SwitchRes: [ 640]x[ 480]_[60=60.000000Hz]
   rng(0):  640 x 480_60.000000i 0.000000 [integ] scale(2, 2, 1) diff(0.00, 0.00, 0.0000) ratio(2.000, 2.000)

SwitchRes: [ 768]x[ 512]_[57=57.000000Hz] - locked

SwitchRes: [akatana] (1) horizontal (320x240@60.000000)->(640x480@60.000000)
   rng(0):  640 x 480_60.000000i 0.000000 [integ] scale(2, 2, 1) diff(0.00, 0.00, 0.0000) ratio(2.000, 2.000)
SwitchRes: Modeline "640x480_60 0.000000KHz 60.000000Hz" 0.000000 640 0 0 0 480 0 0 0 interlace  -hsync -vsync
SwitchRes: Setting option -rotate
SwitchRes: Setting option -noror
SwitchRes: Setting option -autoror
SwitchRes: Setting option -norol
SwitchRes: Setting option -noautorol
SwitchRes: Setting option -keepaspect
SwitchRes: Setting option -nounevenstretch
SwitchRes: Setting option -nounevenstretchx
SwitchRes: Setting option -noblack_frame_insertion
SwitchRes: Setting option -syncrefresh
SwitchRes: Setting option -notriplebuffer
SwitchRes: Setting option -waitvsync
SwitchRes: Setting option -filter
Video: Monitor 65537 = "\\.\DISPLAY2" (primary)
Direct3D: Using Direct3D 9
Physical width 640, height 480
Direct3D: Initialize
Direct3D: Configuring adapter #0 = ATI Radeon HD 2400 XT (CRT Emudriver - WDDM v1.1)
Direct3D: Adapter has Vendor ID: 1002 and Device ID: 94C1
Direct3D: Using dynamic textures
Direct3D: YUV format = RGB
Direct3D: Max texture size = 8192x8192
Direct3D: Device created at 640x480
Direct3D: First scanline: 1, Last scanline: 480, Break scanline: 480, Delay scanline: -47
Direct3D: Initialize HLSL
Direct3D: Unable to find D3DXCreateEffectFromFileW
RawInput: APIs detected
RawInput: APIs detected
RawInput: APIs detected
Input: Adding keyboard #0: HID Keyboard Device (device id: \\?\HID#VID_046D&PID_C52B&MI_00#7&d855ea0&0&0000#{884b96c3-56ef-11d1-bc8c-00a0c91405dd})
Input: Adding keyboard #1: HID Keyboard Device (device id: \\?\HID#VID_D208&PID_0310&MI_00#7&13c885af&0&0000#{884b96c3-56ef-11d1-bc8c-00a0c91405dd})
Input: Adding mouse #0: HID-compliant mouse (device id: \\?\HID#VID_046D&PID_C52B&MI_01&Col01#7&315c9c62&0&0000#{378de44c-56ef-11d1-bc8c-00a0c91405dd})
Input: Adding mouse #1: HID-compliant mouse (device id: \\?\HID#VID_D208&PID_0310&MI_01#7&2b8c11f4&0&0000#{378de44c-56ef-11d1-bc8c-00a0c91405dd})
Input: Adding lightgun #0: HID-compliant mouse (device id: \\?\HID#VID_046D&PID_C52B&MI_01&Col01#7&315c9c62&0&0000#{378de44c-56ef-11d1-bc8c-00a0c91405dd})
Input: Adding lightgun #1: HID-compliant mouse (device id: \\?\HID#VID_D208&PID_0310&MI_01#7&2b8c11f4&0&0000#{378de44c-56ef-11d1-bc8c-00a0c91405dd})
Region ':maincpu' created
unzip: opened archive file roms\akatana.zip
unzip: found roms\akatana.zip ECD
unzip: roms\akatana.zip has no ZIP64 ECD locator
unzip: read roms\akatana.zip central directory
unzip: closing archive file roms\akatana.zip and sending to cache
Region ':game' created
unzip: found roms\akatana.zip in cache
unzip: opened archive file roms\akatana.zip
unzip: closing archive file roms\akatana.zip and sending to cache
Region ':ymz770' created
unzip: found roms\akatana.zip in cache
unzip: opened archive file roms\akatana.zip
unzip: closing archive file roms\akatana.zip and sending to cache
unzip: found roms\akatana.zip in cache
unzip: opened archive file roms\akatana.zip
unzip: closing archive file roms\akatana.zip and sending to cache
Optional device ':screen:finder_dummy_tag' not found
Optional device ':screen:finder_dummy_tag' not found
Optional memory region ':palette:finder_dummy_tag' not found
Starting Akai Katana (2010/ 8/13 MASTER VER.) ':'
  (missing dependencies; rescheduling)
Starting Epson RTC-9701-JE RTC/EEPROM ':eeprom'
Starting Serial Flash ':game'
Starting Video Screen ':screen'
Starting palette ':palette'
Starting Speaker ':mono'
  (missing dependencies; rescheduling)
Starting Yamaha YMZ770C AMMS-A ':ymz770'
Starting EPIC12 Blitter ':blitter'
Starting Hitachi SH-3 (big) ':maincpu'
Starting Akai Katana (2010/ 8/13 MASTER VER.) ':'
  (missing dependencies; rescheduling)
Starting Speaker ':mono'
Starting Akai Katana (2010/ 8/13 MASTER VER.) ':'
Attempting to parse: default.cfg
Attempting to parse: akatana.cfg
Average speed: 99.85% (2 seconds)
« Last Edit: August 30, 2018, 08:07:23 am by Deathgaze »
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Intel Pentium Gold G5400 3.7 GHz Dual-Core Processor
Sapphire Radeon HD 7850 2GB
G.Skill Ripjaws V Series 8 GB
Samsung 850 EVO-Series 250 GB 2.5" SSD
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Re: Windows 10 Guide? / Monitor not in sync with emudrivers?
« Reply #7 on: August 30, 2018, 08:44:50 am »
For pre-HD 5000 cards you must run GM with admin rights.
Important note: posts reporting GM issues without a log will be IGNORED.
Steps to create a log:
 - From command line, run: groovymame.exe -v romname >romname.txt
 - Attach resulting romname.txt file to your post, instead or pasting it.

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Re: Windows 10 Guide? / Monitor not in sync with emudrivers?
« Reply #8 on: August 30, 2018, 06:59:55 pm »
For pre-HD 5000 cards you must run GM with admin rights.

I get an entirely different error when running as administrator. I'll post a log of it tonight after work.
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Re: Windows 10 Guide? / Monitor not in sync with emudrivers?
« Reply #9 on: May 22, 2019, 04:09:00 pm »
My setup is as followed:
Windows 10 64bit Home Editon
Groovymame 0.200 installed on top of Mame 0.200
Video game is a Radeon 2250. Using the DMS-59 port with the DMS-59 -> 2 Male VGA cable.
Arcade connected through JPAC. Sega New Astro City -> Windows 10 PC

1) Frankly, I'm shocked that card works at all with Windows 10.  I'm pretty sure ATI never supported that GPU on Windows 10 at all.

2) GroovyMAME now comes with a complete distribution package.  You don't need to install it over standard baseline MAME.

3) I think the reason you're having installation problems is because you're using an ancient video card and old CRT Emudriver.  The recommended configuration these days is a Radeon HD 5000 or newer for Windows 7/10 along with CRT Emudriver 2.0...  http://geedorah.com/eiusdemmodi/forum/viewtopic.php?id=295

Note that the Radeon HD 5000 series was first available in 2009 so it's nearly 10 years old.  The card you have is even older, from around 2005.

Here's the installation guide for a Radeon HD 5000 (or newer) card for reference.  It's pretty step-by-step...
http://geedorah.com/eiusdemmodi/forum/viewtopic.php?pid=1052#p1052

Just wanted to say thank you for this post, after sifting through guides and posts, you answered a lot of my questions. Everything I hear about GM has been good, but man, trying to find up to date guides...thats another story, lol.
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Re: Windows 10 Guide? / Monitor not in sync with emudrivers?
« Reply #10 on: May 23, 2019, 08:08:38 pm »
My setup is very similar to yours, W10, Mame 200 etc. I'm using a 7570.
I wrote up a guide which doesn't cover EVERYTHING in particular (as it covers RetroArch) but I do go over a few gotchas when setting up CRT EmuDriver/

https://cdcruze.com/2019/03/retroarch-and-crt-emudriver-setup-guide/
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