"Multi-Functions Family Entertainment".... huh? 邦谷

256 Mbit Doctor V64 Machine with 24X cdrom
You must own the cartridge in order to legally back-up the rom.. Distributing ANY copied game is highly illegal!





This unit plays:
VCD, Music CD and MPEG movie player, also able to use it as a ROM emulator to
develop N64 games. Doctor V64 is a low cost ROM emulator for (c) N64 with parallel port for connection with computer.
Built-In Flash BIOS can be easily upgraded free of charge by downloading the BIOS from the Internet.
Doctor V64 has an MPEG chipset built-in, which makes it a VCD, and Music CD player.
It also has a 3D Spatializer chip built-in which will produce 3D surround sound effect for all audio.





This unit was purchased from LikSang.com in 1996 for $450.00 USD.
The 128Mb RAM expansion was also purchased.


DS1 RAM CARD (for storingN64 game saves to)

 


Extra 128 Mbit RAM Card

 

 
Menu option Effect

Alternate and BootCrack

This option would load a workaround for booting games. It only worked on certain types of game images.

Load Boot Crack Routine

An advanced option that allowed uploading of program code for the use of boot related problems.

Backup Card Auto → DRAM

This option would read a game cartridge and store it in the V64's RAM.

Backup Card Auto → PC

Same as the previous option, but would transfer the data to a PC through the V64's parallel port.

Manual Slide Show

Plays back picture media from the CD

Auto Slide Show

Plays back picture media from the CD

V64 Self Test

Diagnostics routine would check all of V64's subsystems.

Fully Test 128M DRAM

Diagnostics routine would check only the first 128Mb of memory.

Fully Test 256M DRAM

Same as above but for those units with 256Mb of memory.

Upload DRAM Data → PC

Used in conjunction with then option "Backup Cart Auto → DRAM" this option would transfer the contents of Doctor V64's RAM to a PC through the use of V64's parallel port.

Fix CRC Code → run game

Another boot related command to enable playing of game images. It would only work on certain types of backups.

Show Game Name in DRAM

An advanced option that would read the backup image and extract the game's name displaying it on the screen.

Upload V64 BIOS to PC

Another advanced option for DV64 developers. It would transfer Doctor V64's own program code to the PC through a parallel connection.

DX256 Upload to PC

This command allowed operation of specific features of the DX256 cartridge adapter (an alternate cartridge adapter sold by Bung).

PC Download to DX256

This command allowed operation of specific features of the DX256 cartridge adapter (an alternate cartridge adapter sold by Bung).

Swap Byte Order in DRAM

This command would convert the game image's endianness of a game image already loaded in RAM. Later bios revisions would do this automatically, deprecating this option.

1997 (c) BUNG 邦谷 ....With a name like BUNG how could it possibly stink?


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