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clrmame Discussion / Re: clrmamepro 4.03a released
« on: 22 February 2012, 15:21 »
On a sidenote you might want to check system and set-information if you got all systems and all sets enabled....but I think you got....
That did the trick. The systems weren't all selected, I can't tell you right now what happened. Perhaps because I deleted mame0145u1 cmp file and in the new version I forgot to add all systems. Thank you for your assistance, now I need to decide wether to convert all CHDs now or wait for the final version.

Right now I'm using version 5 on the compressor/CHDMan and CMPro doesn't complain about some of my CHDs, missing ones or unneeded. I let them stay on a single folder named chd inside roms. I have CHDs checked on "You want to scan".

clrmame Discussion / Re: clrmamepro 4.03a released
« on: 22 February 2012, 14:46 »
All right, I understood wrong the first time, now I rebuilt as you said and my rebuild folder doesn't have indytempc, but it does have indytemp with the files that were supposed to be inside indytempc. I use split, not merged. Every file that I receive warning about being missing from indytempc, is now inside the rebuilt indytemp. Shouldn't I have got indytemp AND indytempc?

clrmame Discussion / Re: clrmamepro 4.03a released
« on: 22 February 2012, 14:09 »
Would you be so kind to send me a link to the older version I had before updating? It was cmp3138a_32 (the 64-bit version is OK too). I deleted it after updating, and would like to do some more testing before making definitive conclusions.

clrmame Discussion / Re: clrmamepro 4.03a released
« on: 21 February 2012, 18:01 »
I'm a bit confused; after compiling 0.145u1 and using the resulting mame64.exe with CMPro, I get a results window showing 17.302 sets. But in another forum (RetroROMs) they use a mame-0145u1.xml with 18.676 sets. Should I use that instead? Because my error comes from using the executable I compiled.

clrmame Discussion / Re: clrmamepro 4.03a released
« on: 21 February 2012, 15:39 »
I did what you suggested: removed indytempc.zip from my ROMpath and let CMPro do the job. When it came to it, asked me permission to add 20 files, which I gave one by one. After it ended, only one file was inside indytempc.zip: 136032.116 and an error message with this content:

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Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom (Cocktail) [folder: indytempc - parent: indytemp - size: 833kb]
missing rom: 136032.117 [size: 16384] [CRC32: 9af9fe29] [SHA1: 1d5077662e4111ece9f8a5124394dad8b1abdc13]
missing rom: 136032.120 [size: 16384] [CRC32: 90a1950d] [SHA1: fba32c255850312175d1e3c03d677ffb57e09e07]
missing rom: 136032.631 [size: 32768] [CRC32: 9ac96ba8] [SHA1: d80adabb4198461b5976577bdd8cc4e650de1c8e]
missing rom: 136032.632 [size: 32768] [CRC32: d3e1a611] [SHA1: edbced6dd64ca44a59aff6a4acca0b3ddb233810]
missing rom: 136036.160 [size: 512] [CRC32: 88c65843] [SHA1: 81fef378b3dbf4d7228beb7427e2f75cae371808]
missing rom: 136036.170 [size: 32768] [CRC32: f318b321] [SHA1: 8fe9e88fa9f2104526f89926a7119b866051e4ef]
missing rom: 136036.533 [size: 32768] [CRC32: 06c66335] [SHA1: 848cd7d8c2d8da4d07ddc908676155e154ae764a]
missing rom: 136036.534 [size: 32768] [CRC32: eae396be] [SHA1: 6d7a82a2fd43b91c6c1e2c07d33c81487b845bba]
missing rom: 136036.568 [size: 32768] [CRC32: 2bbc16ed] [SHA1: f20a07632679641f007caa44feb52272f8a2936d]
missing rom: 136036.569 [size: 32768] [CRC32: 39270ade] [SHA1: 9d2d029eacfe4565972ed40a9f96970f42875608]

I repetead the process, got the same result. Incidentally, 136032.116 was exactly the last file I was asked to allow be put in.

About sbp.zip, according to the emulator it should have inside: 1b.bin, 2a.bin, 2b.bin, 12a.bin, 13a.bin, 3b.bin and 4b.bin but 12a.bin and 13a.bin are missing from sbp.zip after scan. And I do have the correct files in my add folder.

clrmame Discussion / Re: clrmamepro 4.03a released
« on: 21 February 2012, 13:52 »
I've got a little problem with 4.03a and MAME 0.145u1: whenever it reaches indytempc, it says it detected missing files and asks permission to fix it. I give permission, it (supposedly) fixes it and continues. By the end, nothing is missing. But when I run another scan, it asks that same question again.

I observed into indytempc and the so-called missing files are indeed missing, even after it was just fixed. So I manually inserted them. Then I ran CMPro again, and it said those were unnecessary (!), asked me permission to remove them. I gave permission, it finished removed the "unnecessary" files and then... asked permission to put them back, because it decided they were necessary.

It can't also see I'm missing 2 big files in spb.zip (12a.bin and 13b.bin), they aren't anywhere else, there's only 1 sbp.zip in my rompaths. Suggestion?

Thanks, that did the trick.

clrmame Discussion / CLRMAMEPRO 3.126a and MAME 0.131u1
« on: 09 May 2009, 04:31 »
This is strange. I have all fixfiles for this update in the same folder, and still it can't find a file. This is the resulting log for scanning ROMs only:

Shooting Master (Rev A, 8751 315-5159a) [folder: shtngmst - size: 454kb]
missing rom: 315-5159a.ic74 [size: 4096] [CRC32: 1f774912] [SHA1: 2a301391ffeb38ce0ebba96b7fe2acde3097e220]

Shooting Master (8751 315-5159) [folder: shtngmst1 - parent: shtngmst - size: 454kb]
missing rom: 315-5159.ic74 [size: 4096] [CRC32: 1f774912] [SHA1: a9451f39ee2613e5c3e2791d4d8d837b4a3ab666]

?Sets                 -/8053
?Roms                 2/117923
?CHDs                 -/382
?Samples              -/2178
?Bytes                8kb/67gb

Funny thing is shtngmst.zip is there, together with all other zipfiles in the addpath. All other missing files were properly found and used. Why is it only this one can't be seen by CLRMAMEPRO? Note I am not a newbie at this - I have tested it with WinZip, it's good.

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