[DOWNLOAD] All PSX CAETLA Versions and CAEFLASH

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Re: [DOWNLOAD] All PSX CAETLA Versions and CAEFLASH

Post by bizarro2011 » April 25th, 2015, 12:07 am

which the proper pin parallel cable?
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Re: [DOWNLOAD] All PSX CAETLA Versions and CAEFLASH

Post by Shadow » April 25th, 2015, 12:16 am

You need a direct and straight through cable. They are a little hard to find nowadays because most of them are wired for printer use, in which, they skip a few pins.
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Re: [DOWNLOAD] All PSX CAETLA Versions and CAEFLASH

Post by smf » April 25th, 2015, 2:48 am

bizarro2011 wrote:which the proper pin parallel cable?
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That picture looks correct. You need one with male db25 at one end & female db25 at the other (also known as an extension cable). Some Male to Female DB25 are for RS232 or printer switch boxes and neither of those require all 25 pins to be connected, so you might have problems if it doesn't mention that all pins are connected straight through.

The description on this sounds like it would work http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Serial-RS232- ... 1393076352 (I'm not recommending it & I haven't looked at whether that is a fair price but it's what you need to be looking for).
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Re: [DOWNLOAD] All PSX CAETLA Versions and CAEFLASH

Post by Shadow » April 25th, 2015, 2:50 am

smf wrote:
bizarro2011 wrote:which the proper pin parallel cable?
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Male one end & female the other, also known as an extension cable. Ideally one with all 25 pins connected straight through. Some Male to Female DB25 are for RS232 or printer switch boxes and neither of those require all 25 pins, so you might have problems if it doesn't mention that all pins are connected.
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Re: [DOWNLOAD] All PSX CAETLA Versions and CAEFLASH

Post by kruuth » September 22nd, 2016, 12:12 pm

Hi Guys. I have flashed version .38 onto my xploder and it works but there are no cheats. How do I get cheats onto it?

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