Emulator Issues #627
WAD Emulation Incomplete
What steps will reproduce the problem?
1. Open Dolphin
2. Open Wad file "World of Goo"
What is the expected output? What do you see instead?
Nothing. Screen freeze.
What version of the product are you using? On what operating system?
DolphinWX r2349 Dual Core Mode, Windows XP SP3, AMD Athlon(tm) 64 X2 Dual
Core Processor 4600+, 2Gb RAM, GeForce 6150SE nForce 430
#3 Updated by marcus almost 11 years ago
hmmm...wad is the original format for wii disk dumps, right?
Try using RawDump 2.0 (download it from somewhere) to convert to file to an ISO.
After you extract the zip, run the exe and click 'convert to ISO'. Select your wad
and click open, then wait for it to convert. Note that you DO NOT an lg drive to do
#14 Updated by hrydgard almost 11 years ago
- Status changed from Accepted to Work started
#16 Updated by kmmng1 over 10 years ago
Megaman 9 can be seen playable here
It is r2636 and using this revision for mm9 also works for me. But when I try to
play it using latest revisions in is not very playable. The game runs very slow, and
it's impossible to play as megaman sprite is missing from the levels. In r2636 there
is no such problems for me.
And problems that are also in r2636 and still not fixed - sound disappears and
losing control of the player after loading from save state.
#21 Updated by knuckles500 over 10 years ago
Eh, I don't think so.
Some WAD files still refuse to work properly. Pulseman (JP) doesn't display any
video, even with all that stuff XK recommended I enable, but you do get sound. Some
WAD files get stuck at "Loading file". Some WADS have a lot of flickering, while
some don't have any flickering. Note, these are all Sega Genesis games - no
injections. Pretty strange behavior. It depends on the game at this point. But I do
have to agree, I hate all the projection issues we've been having for almost a year
now. Wish someone could get to work on a perma solution soon. :(
Oh, and don't get me started on N64 WADS, no clue why none of them work yet. :p
#24 Updated by knuckles500 over 10 years ago
Update, Pulseman displays video now - some other stuff works now too.
Now for the things that don't work:
1.) N64 Games (don't boot)
2.) SNES Games (no sound, sometimes don't boot)
Genesis games work fine though - I think all of them do with no problems (except that
low frame rates can ruin the feeling).