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I like the idea. That would prevent people from downloading ROMs from the Internet or make it so you don't have to use a ROM dumper, but I don't know if it would work.Are you experienced or close to anyone who would know how to do this? Do you have the tools and money? I feel those are major obstacles. I also don't know if the computer can read the ROM simply from a USB cable attached to the Game Boy. Sorry if I come across as blunt.
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Do you have any idea what “a VBA upgrade so it can identify USB drivers” would entail?Sorry, but nothing you’ve mentioned so far has had any level of technical detail. I get the feeling that you don’t understand the hardware or software involved.
Ok, you know how most Windows computers have a function to identify that some is plugged into a USB Drive? Or something have the optional function to make use of a USB connection through the use of said option, I.E. The Action Replay DS application that you could type codes in for more reliable use? I kinda made it sound awfully narrow, I was in a hurry. Well, anyways, VBA doesn't have such an option, or just any GBA emulator for that matter. My idea is to add a USB drive identifying option for the specific use of the cable. Kinda like an extra addition to the Windows thing, only it activates it to be used with the emulation as well. But again, my problem is distributing the cables. I only have so many link cables I can mod with very little time.If I'm going to be frank, my technical know-how is otherwise very minimal...HOWEVER, I'm planning to take computer science in my 10th grade year. I apologize if anything I'm trying to attempt is false/out of context. @ドナルド・マクドナルド I said the supplies/funding is on me for now. And yes that's my name :p "Searle" is pronounced "Surl"EDIT: Also, that's why I asked for help. I don't know all the aspects of the technology, and that's why I called upon GCLF for help.
Mr Searle,You might wish to check this site. http://furrtek.free.fr/?a=gbpcable&i=2So the cable's been made, you could probably contact him and get the schematics to make your own. You do know how to solder, correct? So now you just need to make the driver for windows, and a plugin for the Visual Boy Advance emulator. I can't help you with this project due to the excessive duties of my own life.
Quote from: ドナルド・マクドナルド on April 25, 2014, 03:55:31 pmMr Searle,You might wish to check this site. http://furrtek.free.fr/?a=gbpcable&i=2So the cable's been made, you could probably contact him and get the schematics to make your own. You do know how to solder, correct? So now you just need to make the driver for windows, and a plugin for the Visual Boy Advance emulator. I can't help you with this project due to the excessive duties of my own life. This is a GB Printer cable, not a GBA link cable that was originally talked about. I might suggest that Johnathan uses this as a starting point for how his project is going to work.
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