I can't get THEC64(Commodore Key) key to work in the TSG file,Even setting it with TheC64 Maxi Game Tool, its called "CM" in the Joystick settings, I am trying to get the left fire button to be THEC64 key so when you press it, it that key. the game that uses that key(Left flipper)is the 3D Pinball game,Pinball Power by Mastertronic, it included with the Carousel Games from USB.
EDIT: Retro Games Ltd know about this now and should be fixed in the next update..
I broke my tech64 I think with the Carousel tool what is the problem he goes out all the time sometimes the keyboard stops responding What can I do about it it is possible to apply a firmware recovery what I can't find on the internet
Post by commodorelikebefore on May 26, 2020 12:47:45 GMT
And does it remove the original games or just add the new once? If I delete a game and update again, will it delete that one on the c64 Maxi and is is possible to edit the "fake" and update again if I did something wrong or do I need to change the number on the bin-file?
Also, has anyone had any problems with their c64 Maxi when updating?
And last, do I need the latest original firmware update first or should I use that one that was preinstalled?
REMEMBER.. You take a risk everytime you use this to flash your firmware with games so just remember that,things can go wrong.
Now there is no need to do that now you can use games from USB Stick in the Carousel and still organize them using Thec64 Maxi Game Tool, there is no need to flash it now,even better if you have THEC64 Maxi cause it has its own USB port in the back, you could use for the Games on the USB Stick and no one would know you have it in there..
My opinion would be to load games from the USB Stick only or use Carousel Games from USB Stick, it more saver. It don't void your Warranty too, it not worth it. Most people can only afford to have one THEC64 even now so not worth it, it going wrong and this can AVOID your Warranty because you have flash the firmware with a tool not officially made by Retro Games LTD so if it goes wrong you have to fix it yourself so no Guarantee.