Guitari Posted August 8, 2021 Share Posted August 8, 2021 (edited) On 4/13/2021 at 12:05 PM, SainT said: Early CD game support is now available with the latest firmware. Any game ISO's (CCD/IMG, CDI and CUE/BIN) will need to first be converted into JCD files before they can be run on the GameDrive cartridge. To do this you will need to run your ISO's through this Windows command line tool: https://www.retrohq.co.uk/product/jaggd/cd2jcd.zip You may also need to install the latest Visual Studio runtime libraries from Microsoft if you don't have them already: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/topic/the-latest-supported-visual-c-downloads-2647da03-1eea-4433-9aff-95f26a218cc0 The JCD files need to be stored contiguously on the memory card for the CD support to be able to work. Basically this means you need to use a freshly formatted memory card to copy the images onto. The launcher will tell you if there are any issues with the JCD image when you try and run it, if the file is not contiguous it will not try and run it. You will also need to make sure you have the latest firmware installed on your Jaguar GameDrive cartridge. To do this press OPTION when prompted as the cartridge is booting and visit the URL given to you on-screen. If (and only if) you do not have the "Press OPTION for firmware update." prompt come up during boot and you bought the cartridge directly from me a long time ago, then grab the firmware update from the product page. This is early support for CD games, there are issues, but it's at a point people can start playing with it and get something out of it. There is currently no memorytrak support either (yet), so you will not be able to save progress in this way on any CD games. Also be aware I have had reports (and experience myself) of some memory cards not working with CD support. I believe this is due to the cards being too slow to respond to data requests and starving the data through to the Jaguar and causing games to fail. Hi SainT, I tried downloading what I thought were correct files for Visual Studio but I still can't get cd2jcd to run on Windows 10 64bit. Could you point me in the right direction please? The files I have are .cdi and a few others. I take it Jiffi won't convert to jcd? I couldn't see an option there. Many thanks! Edited August 8, 2021 by Guitari Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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