The Beginners guide to: 2DF | GGPO | Kaillera | MAME | ZSNES | Port Forwarding

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:wonder: Here you'll find a brief summary and links to various game emulators and a port forwarding guide. Just click on the names below for more info.

2DF [*]GGPO [*]Kaillera [*]MAME[*]ZSNES [*]Port Forwarding
"A man hurls himself towards his fate, his soul ablaze! There is nothing that can hinder me!"
UMvC3 teams: Jill/X-23/She-Hulk, Jill/Nemesis/Firebrand, Chun-Li/Jill/Iron Fist, Jill/Spiderman/Felicia

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  • Yeah Dood 120%Yeah Dood 120% Now, 20% more pumped Joined: Posts: 1,926 mod
    2DFighter

    2DFighters site can be found url=http://2dfighter.com/]here[/url.

    From damdai's official url=http://forums.shoryuken.com/showthread.php?t=155433]2DFighter thread[/url:
    A new p2p matchmaking game server has been developed using a customized version of nfba. Your input is welcome as far as features and games that you would like to be added.

    Features:
    • Instant replays.
    • Private messaging.
    • Detailed stat tracking (overall wins/losses, character specific wins/losses, etc.)
    • Automated player rating system.
    • Ignore harassing players.
    • P2P connection for best performance.
    • No input delay for all games except those that run on CPS3 (SF3, JoJo's Bizarre Adventure) in which input delay becomes noticeable when playing higher pings.

    Benefits over IRC/Kaillera Servers:
    • No additional software needed. Just run the client and you're good to go (you must have the ROMs for the games you want to play of course).
    • Can challenge players directly from the client. No need to switch applications, exchange ips, or discuss emulator version.
    • Games are played via a P2P connection. Cutting out the middle man (server) reduces ping times, input lag, and greatly improves overall performance.
    • Game automatically launched and players automatically connected when a challenge is accepted.
    • Visible player pings and locations.
    • No port forwarding required (unless you want to challenge (host)).
    • Updates automatically downloadeded when client is run.
    • Commitment to fix bugs immediately upon discovery, to add support for the games that are desired, and to add new features on a regular basis.

    Current games supported:
    1. Aero Fighters
    2. Aero Fighters 2
    3. Aero Fighters 3
    4. Alien vs Predator
    5. Armored Warriors
    6. Art of Fighting
    7. Art of Fighting 2
    8. Art of Fighting 3 - the path of the warrior
    9. Baseball Stars 2
    10. Baseball Stars Professional
    11. Blazing Star
    12. Breakers Revenge
    13. Cadillacs & Dinosaurs
    14. Capcom Sports Club
    15. Cyberbots - fullmetal madness
    16. Fatal Fury 3 - road to the final victory
    17. Fatal Fury Special
    18. Final Fight
    19. Garou - mark of the wolves
    20. Hyper Street Fighter 2: The Anniversary Edition
    21. JoJo's Bizarre Adventure
    22. Karnov's Revenge
    23. Kizuna Encounter - super tag battle
    24. Magical Drop III
    25. Marvel Super Heroes
    26. Marvel Super Heroes vs Street Fighter
    27. Marvel vs Capcom - clash of super heroes
    28. Mega Man - the power battle
    29. Mega Man 2 - the power fighters
    30. Metal Slug - super vehicle-001
    31. Metal Slug 2 - super vehicle-001/II
    32. Metal Slug 3
    33. Metal Slug 4
    34. Metal Slug 5
    35. Metal Slug X - super vehicle-001
    36. Neo Bomberman
    37. Neo-Geo Cup '98 - the road to the victory
    38. Night Warriors - darkstalkers' revenge
    39. Nightmare in the Dark
    40. Ninja Master's haoh ninpo cho
    41. Puzzle Bobble
    42. Puzzle Bobble 2
    43. Rage of the Dragons
    44. Real Bout Fatal Fury
    45. Real Bout Fatal Fury 2 - the newcomers
    46. Real Bout Fatal Fury Special
    47. Ring of Destruction - slammasters II
    48. Samurai Shodown
    49. Samurai Shodown II
    50. Samurai Shodown III
    51. Samurai Shodown IV - Amakusa's revenge
    52. Samurai Shodown V Special
    53. Sengoku 3
    54. Shin gouketsuzi ichizoku - Toukon
    55. Shock Troopers
    56. Shock Troopers - 2nd squad
    57. Street Fighter Alpha 2
    58. Street Fighter Alpha 3
    59. Street Fighter II - the world warrior
    60. Street Fighter II' - champion edition
    61. Street Fighter II' - hyper fighting
    62. Street Fighter III 2nd Impact: Giant Attack
    63. Street Fighter III 3rd Strike: Fight for the Future
    64. Street Fighter Zero 2 Alpha
    65. Super Dodge Ball
    66. Super Gem Fighter Mini Mix
    67. Super Puzzle Fighter II Turbo
    68. Super Sidekicks 3 - the next glory
    69. Super Street Fighter II - the new challengers
    70. Super Street Fighter II Turbo
    71. Super Sundays
    72. The King of Fighters '94
    73. The King of Fighters '95
    74. The King of Fighters '96
    75. The King of Fighters '97
    76. The King of Fighters '98 - the slugfest
    77. The King of Fighters '99 - millennium battle
    78. The King of Fighters 2000
    79. The King of Fighters 2001
    80. The King of Fighters 2002 - challenge to ultimate battle
    81. The King of Fighters 2003
    82. The Last Blade 2
    83. The Punisher
    84. Twinklestar Sprites
    85. Vampire Savior - the lord of vampire
    86. Vampire Savior 2 - the lord of vampire
    87. Waku Waku 7
    88. Windjammers - flying disc game
    89. World Heroes
    90. World Heroes 2
    91. World Heroes Perfect
    92. X-Men - children of the atom
    93. X-Men vs Street Fighter

    From the 2DFighter site:
    FreePlay is a meeting ground where you can chat with and challenge other players from around the world to play in a wide selection of arcade games with minimal, often undetectable lag.
    You use the 2DF FreePlay Client to connect to the 2DF FreePlay Server. After challenging or accepting a challenge from another player in the game of your choice, the game is automatically launched and the players automatically connected. No need to worry about mismatching emulator versions or swapping IP addresses.
    1. Install url=http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyId=333325FD-AE52-4E35-B531-508D977D32A6&displaylang=en].NET Framework 3.5[/url
    2. Create an url=http://2dfighter.com/user/CreateUser.aspx?ReturnUrl=]account[/url
    3. If using FireFox, Install the url=http://addons.mozilla.org/firefox/addon/1608]FFClickOnce plugin[/url
    4. Launch the url=http://2dfighter.com/freeplay/2DF%20FreePlay%20Client.application]2DF FreePlay Client[/url

    (Do not download the .application file! If using Internet Explorer, the application will automatically launch when clicking the above link. If using FireFox, you must select "Run ClickOnce Application".)

    Note: For best performance, use a wired internet connection. Wireless connections will often result in dropped games.
    "A man hurls himself towards his fate, his soul ablaze! There is nothing that can hinder me!"
    UMvC3 teams: Jill/X-23/She-Hulk, Jill/Nemesis/Firebrand, Chun-Li/Jill/Iron Fist, Jill/Spiderman/Felicia
  • Yeah Dood 120%Yeah Dood 120% Now, 20% more pumped Joined: Posts: 1,926 mod
    GGPO.net

    GGPO's site can be found url=http://ggpo.net/]here[/url.

    GGPO IRC can be found here: [url=irc://irc.quakenet.org/ggpo]#ggpo on irc.quakenet.org[/url]

    From the GGPO site:
    GGPO wrote:
    What is it?

    GGPO is a networking library that game developers can use to add networked gameplay support to arcade style games. GGPO's latency hiding techniques give each player a gameplay experience that is nearly indistinguishable from playing with their friends locally, even against players around the world.

    How does it work?

    GGPO uses a peer-to-peer topology to run a complete copy of your game for each player, transmitting controller inputs over the network to keep these copies in sync. Each player's inputs are sent to their copy of the game without having to wait for their opponent's to arrive over the network.

    If the simulations diverge, GGPO rolls back to the most recent accurate state, corrects the mistake, and jumps back to the current frame, all before the player can notice. This provides the illusion of lag-free gameplay.

    How does it perform?


    Thousands of gamers are already using GGPO to play classic, old school fighting games against opponents around the world. GGPO's latency hiding techniques maintain the illusion of lag-free gameplay even during intercontinental play.
    Installing the Client

    Step 1:
    Download and install url=http://get.adobe.com/air/]Adobe AIR[/url.

    Step 2:
    Download and install url=http://ggpo.net/download/installer/ggpo-beta-rc3.msi]GGPO[/url.

    Step 3:
    Open UDP ports 6000-6009 (inbound/outbound) and TCP port 7000 (outbound) in your home network. GGPO uses these ports to communicate with the matchmaking server and with other players on the internet.

    If you need help configuring your router, you may find this url=http://www.portforward.com/english/routers/port_forwarding/routerindex.htm]guide[/url on Port Foward helpful.
    In order to play any of the supported games on GGPO, you will need to legally obtain the ROMs for the game you wish to play and put them in the "ROMs" folder in your install directory. You may need to run ggpofba.exe to create the ROMs folder if it's not there after you've installed.

    At this time, the network test is limited to the following games:

    Breakers Revenge
    Dungeons & Dragons: Shadow over Mystara (Euro 960619)
    Fatal Fury Special (set 1)
    Final Fight (World)
    Garou - Mark of the Wolves (set 1)
    Hyper Street Fighter 2: The Anniversary Edition (Asia 040202)
    JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Heritage for the Future (Euro, 990913, NO CD)
    Karnov's Revenge
    The King of Fighters 2000
    The King of Fighters 2002
    The King of Fighters '97 (set 1)
    The King of Fighters '98 - The Slugfest
    The Last Blade 2
    Marvel Super Heroes (Euro 951024)
    Marvel Super Heroes Vs. Street Fighter (Euro 970625)
    Marvel Vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes (Euro 980112)
    Metal Slug X - Super Vehicle-001
    Samurai Shodown II
    Street Fighter II' - Champion Edition (World 920313)
    Street Fighter II' - Hyper Fighting (World 921209)
    Street Fighter III 3rd Strike: Fight for the Future (Japan, 990512, NO CD)
    Street Fighter Alpha: Warriors' Dreams (Euro 950727)
    Street Fighter Alpha 2 (USA 960306)
    Street Fighter Zero 2 Alpha (Asia 960826)
    Street Fighter Alpha 3 (Euro 980904)
    Super Gem Fighter: Mini Mix (USA 970904)
    Super Puzzle Fighter II Turbo (USA 960620)
    Super Street Fighter II Turbo (World 940223)
    Vampire Savior: The Lord of Vampire (Euro 970519)
    X-Men: Children of the Atom (Euro 950105)
    X-Men Vs. Street Fighter (Euro 961004)
    "A man hurls himself towards his fate, his soul ablaze! There is nothing that can hinder me!"
    UMvC3 teams: Jill/X-23/She-Hulk, Jill/Nemesis/Firebrand, Chun-Li/Jill/Iron Fist, Jill/Spiderman/Felicia
  • Yeah Dood 120%Yeah Dood 120% Now, 20% more pumped Joined: Posts: 1,926 mod
    Kaillera

    Original thread url=http://forums.shoryuken.com/showthread.php?t=139500]here[/url

    From 0746:
    Guess that title will do

    This is a simple step by step tutorial on how to get started with P2P.

    Tutorial:

    Step 1: Set up the emulator

    1.1: Get the latest version of your emulator!
    e.g.
    for kawaks: http://cps2shock.retrogames.com/download/winkawaks159.zip
    for FBA: http://fba.emuunlim.com/downloads/fba_029674_unicode.zip

    Unzip it to wherever you want to install your emulator!

    1.2: Download the p2p client
    Download it from http://kaillera.movsq.net/?p=2
    Download it to either your emu's setup folder (where you extracted the mame executable above) or your C:\Windows\System32 or equivalant folder for global install.
    Note: If you are going to put your client in C:\Windows\System32, make sure there is no kailleraclient.dll in your emulator's folder.

    1.3: Configure your emulator
    i.e. Set up rom folders and display options and keys and whatnot. Since you know most about your emulator, ill just leave it at that.


    Step 2: Set up your connection
    Port 27886
    You will need to port forward port 27886. i.e. make sure that your modem/router and whatever you might have forwards all UDP packets of port 27886 to your pc. Its the same as if you were configuring your bittorrent client or other any other p2p systems for usage behind your router.

    If you've never port forwarded before and you're totally confused, visit portforward.com.
    Find your router brand/model no there. Look for the default guide for your router. These are really easy to follow step by step guides designed for those who can read and click.

    Also, if you have firewalls and internet access control softwares such as Norton or your windows firewall or [insert name here], be sure to add your emulator program or port 27886 to their allowed/excepted list.

    Step 3: Use p2p

    The idea behind p2p is really simple. One person hosts and the other person connects.

    3.1: Activate netplay from your emulator. Select the "host" tab if not already selected and you should see the p2p mode screen.

    3.2: To host a game, activate the host tab, select a game and press host
    It should show something like this.
    To enlist your game in the public waiting games list, tick the "S: Public" checkbox (marked red in above screenshot).
    Also note the "whatismyip" button. Use it to determine your external IP as well as to see if the waiting games list server is up.

    3.3: Connect through waiting games list.
    On the p2p mode screen, switch to the "connect" tab and click on the "waiting games" button. It should open up the waiting games window and automatically download and ping waiting games. You can just double click to connect if you find the game you are after.

    3.3: Connect with IP.
    If you dont want to use the waiting games list or the waiting games list if offline or when playing in your own local network, you can connect to host with his external IP/hosting port. All you need to do is put his ip in the PeerIP box and click connect.

    3.4: The game will start as soon as both users mark themselvs ready (marked blue).


    Use this thread for asking questions and whatever
    Links & others:
    SRK p2p matchmaking: srk kaillera channel @ #srkkaillera on efnet
    The bug reporting system: for bug reports and suggestions
    Youtube Video tutorial:
    Another Youtube Video tutorial:
    Another tutorial site: asdasda
    Kaillera, P2P Kaillera and nFBA: http://ca.youtube.com/watch?v=19E6Wbt4KnQ
    Port forwarding guides: http://www.portforward.com/english/routers/port_forwarding/routerindex.htm
    Port forwarding help thread: http://forums.shoryuken.com/showthread.php?t=149996
    Website Info, FAQ, Guides: http://kaillera.movsq.net
    :tup: Thanks to 0746 for the great guide... dood!
    "A man hurls himself towards his fate, his soul ablaze! There is nothing that can hinder me!"
    UMvC3 teams: Jill/X-23/She-Hulk, Jill/Nemesis/Firebrand, Chun-Li/Jill/Iron Fist, Jill/Spiderman/Felicia
  • Yeah Dood 120%Yeah Dood 120% Now, 20% more pumped Joined: Posts: 1,926 mod
    Multiple Arcade Emulator

    Original thread url=http://forums.shoryuken.com/showthread.php?t=103943]here[/url

    From fatherbrain:
    MAME (Multiple Arcade Machine Emulator) can be very intimidating to a first time user, thus the purpose of this guide. This will teach you the basics of MAME 32k .64, the most commonly used MAME for online gaming.

    The first thing to do is to find and download MAME 32k .64. You can do this by going here http://www.darktemplarz.com/downloads.php

    Make a folder and unzip MAME into it. You will see that there are folders and such all included in the zip. Keep everything in the folder. For the most part, you can ignore most of them, but leave them all there.
    pic 1

    The first thing to do in MAME is to set your options. Open MAME, go to options, and select the default options. pic 2 You will see a tabbed menu. pic 3 Select the Rendering tab and check the Adjust Aspect Ratio box. pic 4 This will prevent the screen in games from being too rectangular and look lots better in general. Check the 2x zoom or the 2x Scale box to double size the games window. Note that some games run badly on anything but a smallish window unless you have a beefy PC.

    Next, go to the Controllers tab and check the Use Joystick box. pic 5 Do this even if you do not have a joystick, as you never know when you will have one. In
    fact, if you have a Radioshack in town, go out and buy this
    http://www.radioshack.com/product/index.jsp?productId=2348187&cp=&sr=1&origkw=playstation+usb&kw=playstation+usb&parentPage=search

    This handy little accessory allows you to use your PS1 or PS2 pads on your PC for only 11 bucks.

    Apply and close the options as well as MAME. This saves your settings.

    Next thing to do is find some roms to play. This I will not assist with. However, there are
    some things you should know about your basic roms.

    1. For Neo-Geo games, you will need the NeoGeo Bios. It's small, and easy to find. Just place it into your roms folder and you will be able to play Neo Geo games. Without it, you cannot.

    2. Some games have parent rom requirements. Think of it like a computer game with an
    expansion to it, kind of like Diablo 2 and Diablo 2, Lord of Destruction. You cannot play LOD without the actual D2 game. An example is Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3. You must have MK3, the parent, to run UMK3, the expansion. Same thing goes for Super Street Fighter 2 Turbo. You MUST have SSF2, The New Challengers to run ST.

    Before you find any roms, check the Available selection on the left hand side. pic 6 There will be no games available at first. After you download a rom, place the ZIPPED rom into your roms folder that came with MAME. pic 7

    Go back to the MAME main screen and press F5. This rescans your roms folder and places any working games on the list. pic 8 pic 9 To play the game, simply double click the name you wish to play. Type OK if it asks you to. You need to hit F5 whenever you add roms to the folder to play them.

    As the game is running, you will need to set your controls and option keys. There are two
    ways to do this. First, hit TAB. You will see a list of options on the screen. You can do two
    things here if you like.

    1. Set the controls for the game you are playing with Input (this game) ONLY. This does not affect any other games in your list.

    2. Set a general set of controls for every game to have as its default configuration. This is
    done through Input (general) This option is good for those of you who like to have a standard config for Street Fighter or other games. You can still change them on a game by game basis through Input (this game)

    To change your buttons around, simply go to the one you wish to change, hit enter, and then the button you wish to map it to.

    When finished playing, simply hit Escape to exit the game.

    Next thing to learn is the online capability of MAME .64 All you need to do is right click on any game name, and select play network game http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v102/fatherbrain/networkgame.gif. This will bring up the server select screen. pic 10

    Allow it ping through all the servers, then select the one with the lowest ping (usually located at the top) As it is pinging up the servers, put in a user name at the bottom of the screen. To save time later, once you've found a server you like, just go to the Recent tab and you will see every server you've ever been in.

    A few pointers.

    Midway games, like Mortal Kombat, etc. sometimes run badly on slower computers. You can speed up a lot of games by disabling sound and making the window as small as possible.

    Some games simply do not work with some versions of MAME. Suffer or find a version that will.

    Use the PSX to USB adapter I linked to previously. You won't regret it.

    Do NOT play on kaillera (online) full screened. This causes you to desynch.

    NEVER rename or unzip the roms. They will not work.
    :tup: Thanks to fatherbrain for the great guide... dood!
    "A man hurls himself towards his fate, his soul ablaze! There is nothing that can hinder me!"
    UMvC3 teams: Jill/X-23/She-Hulk, Jill/Nemesis/Firebrand, Chun-Li/Jill/Iron Fist, Jill/Spiderman/Felicia
  • Yeah Dood 120%Yeah Dood 120% Now, 20% more pumped Joined: Posts: 1,926 mod
    Zsnes

    Original thread url=http://forums.shoryuken.com/showthread.php?t=73384]here[/url:

    From fatherbrain:
    To play online zsnes, follow these directions. All you really need is zsnes and an IM program that the other player has as well, but zbattle automates this process. First thing you do is open ZSNES. DO NOT load a rom. That comes after you are connected together. Open ZSNES and go to NETPLAY and select INTERNET (Heres a pic)

    After you do that, you will see this screen. (another pic)

    Decide over the IM program which of you will be server and which of you will be the client. Whoever is the server should then give the client their IP adress. It is located at the bottom of the netplay menu. The client then types the host IP address in the long blank spot. (another pic)

    After the client puts the host IP address in, the host then presses the START AS SERVER button. After that is done, the client then should press the CONNECT TO SERVER button. The client's IP address is not required. After connection is made, which can take up to 3 minutes, then you will see a chat screen. All you have to do is go to game and load rom. It does not matter wether the host or client loads the game. The only requirement is that the roms must be unzipped and have the same name. While playing, press T to chat with each other.


    Theres another thing you must know about ZSNES. If you have a firewall, you need to either disable it or let port 7845 be exempt from the firewall. If you are using Windows XP, you must disable the built in firewall that it has. Simply go to your control panel, select windows firewall, and disable it.

    Now, to make connecting even easier, download the zbattle program at www.zbattle.net . Install it, and it's dead easy to use.

    IMPORTANT... If you are on a router, then you will not be able to netplay until you configure your router properly! DarkAkuma (the creator of Z-net) has made an excellent router help page to assist you in doing that. (Find it here)


    www.zsnes.com has ZSNES. Make sure you get both 1.36 and 1.40 as some games, such as Mortal kombat, and others, work best on 1.36.


    And finally, go to www.zbattle.net for zbattle. Easy to set up, but it only works with UDP.

    There you have it. If you have any questions, ask and I'll see what I can do. I am willing to play tech support if I have to. But please refrain from asking for roms, as I would like to keep this thread open as long as possible. And let me know if this little tutorial helps any, or if there is anything I need to clarify.
    Thank you for reading this.




    *EDIT* Please note, if you STILL cannot connect, UNCHECK the allow UDP box in your netplay menu, and have the other person do the same. It should work then, but using TCP/IP instead of UDP can be more laggy. Only do this as a last resort. And do NOT do this if you are 56k. It will lag horribly then for sure.
    :tup: Thanks to fatherbrain for the great guide... dood!
    "A man hurls himself towards his fate, his soul ablaze! There is nothing that can hinder me!"
    UMvC3 teams: Jill/X-23/She-Hulk, Jill/Nemesis/Firebrand, Chun-Li/Jill/Iron Fist, Jill/Spiderman/Felicia
  • Yeah Dood 120%Yeah Dood 120% Now, 20% more pumped Joined: Posts: 1,926 mod
    Port Forwarding

    Original thread url=http://forums.shoryuken.com/showthread.php?t=149996]here[/url:

    From djfrijoles:
    This is probably the most difficult part of getting started with on line gaming so
    I figured it deserved it's own thread. Even though I PERSONALLY wont have all the answers, there are some really knowledgeable people in the community that might be willing to lend a hand so come up in here with your questions.

    OK the first thing you have to do is find out which type/model of router you have. This I can't help you with so you are on your own but I'm guessing most of them have something ON them so look at it first. I think there is also a way to find out through Windows like through control panel but I cant remember so if anyone knows then feel free to post it up. Just trying to be as helpfull as I can.

    OK next on the list is getting into your router. I personally use Windows XP so I'll start by posting the way I get into mine.

    Hit the Windows key + R and you will get a little screen. Type in cmd and hit enter. You'll get a black screen. Type in ipconfig and hit enter. You want the number that says gateway or something like that.

    If you type in ipconfig/all you will get a lot more info. that might be usefull but some one else will have to fill you in on that.

    Once you have the gateway number than open up your Internet Explorer and in the address bar type in that number and you should be inside your router. If that didn't work than here is another suggestion. Instead of the gateway number, type in home and then cross your fingers.

    Now comes a potential road block. If your shit is behind a password than your shit outta luck if you don't know it. I do have one thing for you to try though. Look at your router and look for some kind of serial number. Give that number a shot and hope for the best.

    Next you want to go here

    http://portforward.com/default.htm

    here

    http://www.zeropaid.com/news/6160/Introduction+to+Port+Forwarding#I1

    and fuck it.....even here

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Port_forwarding

    The more you understand this shit the higher your chances of success are.

    Look through those and see if you can find your router or the info you need.
    If all that fails ( don't be lazy and NOT look through them ) and if you still can't open them than come here and ask away. Of course screen shots always help but don't make them all huge to where it fucks up the thread.

    Well thats all I got so if any one else has any thing to add, be my guest.
    :tup: Thanks to djfrijoles for the great guide... dood!
    "A man hurls himself towards his fate, his soul ablaze! There is nothing that can hinder me!"
    UMvC3 teams: Jill/X-23/She-Hulk, Jill/Nemesis/Firebrand, Chun-Li/Jill/Iron Fist, Jill/Spiderman/Felicia
  • scum gale 88scum gale 88 yo! It's SYBOK! Joined: Posts: 1,739
    having some trouble with 2df, I am using my laptop. it has vista, the program starts up fine but once a game starts the framerate can get pretty ugly. is there any specific video setting I should be at to fix this?
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  • ESCOBENESCOBEN Would you kindry? Joined: Posts: 1,042
    i did everything it said and i still get the "wrong username and or password" pop up even tho i input both correctly on ggpo login. could it be windows 7?
    Mixup, Mixup, Mixup, Mixup...forget this I'm just gonna MASH jab!
  • SystemSystem Joined: Posts: 508,676 admin
    i cant register for ggpo.net. It gives me this error, The entered e-mail domain has no valid MX record.
    help pleasee
  • MonkeyRoachMonkeyRoach Joined: Posts: 84
    i cant register for ggpo.net. It gives me this error, The entered e-mail domain has no valid MX record.
    help pleasee

    use a different email address, like gmail
  • bennfbennf Joined: Posts: 63
    Question

    Can anybody help me understand how to get into Godweapon east coast kaillera server?

    I haven't played online using Kaillera in a few months and wanted to get back on. I can't connect!!

    Anybody else has had this problem or knows if the server is down?
    Victory means nothing. The fight is everything.
  • ProjectjusticeProjectjustice Psycho Denji Joined: Posts: 2,740 ✭✭✭✭✭ OG
    I got a GGPO question, how good is it in Windows 7 64-bit? Is it optimize or should I run the program in compatible Windows XP SP3 mode?
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  • bigboriquabigboriqua CVS Fight Club Champ Joined: Posts: 77
    I can't get GGPO to work since I've had my new pc with vista. had no problems on xp. i changed compatibility mode, open the correct ports, port forwarding, u name it and I still can't get passed the login screen. Can anyone help me?
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  • philcitophilcito The Berserker Shoto Joined: Posts: 1,178
    I got a GGPO question, how good is it in Windows 7 64-bit? Is it optimize or should I run the program in compatible Windows XP SP3 mode?

    i can use ggpo with no problems with my W7 64 bits, you don't need to do any funny stuff to play on ggpo.
    I can't get GGPO to work since I've had my new pc with vista. had no problems on xp. i changed compatibility mode, open the correct ports, port forwarding, u name it and I still can't get passed the login screen. Can anyone help me?

    for your own good, please stop using Vista, if you don't want to use XP again, install W7.
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  • rwong209rwong209 SPAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAACE!!!!!!!!!! Joined: Posts: 14
    i dont get how the port fowarding works s
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  • JimbossaJimbossa Joined: Posts: 114
    Hey, I'm kind of in a stupid situation.
    I know how to port forward, did it on several computers and routers. I got ggpo to run perfectly on my current notebook. The thing is, I've moved to a different university, so my only internet access is through here. Ever since then I've been getting the "connecting to server" screen and nothing happens, so I can't play. The problem is I can't just open ports here, does that mean I'm stuck with this?

    I'm running Win7 64bit, updated .Net, GGPO, Adobe Air and whatnot. It's worked before so I guess it just has to be the port thing, since nothing else has changed. Any help appreciated, this really sucks.
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  • LouieLouie Purple Haze Joined: Posts: 243
    had a question about playing online on your pc.. I once did it before without any problems with friends p2p nfba and 2df.. then in the middle of a game with a friend on 2df i start feeling a sudden input delay, dont know if it was movement on stick or buttons..

    since then, ive always felt it with all emulators and sticks ive tryed.. ive tryed playing with ps2 stick and madcatz SE and TE stick, even offline play on the emulator is the same.. take ken for example, its like he takes a half/whole step foward before he does the srk when I do the srk motion, and its very hard doing a super after a chain..

    first I thought it was the stick, but since all sticks and all emus (online and offline) im starting to think its my computer? something with the motherboard or the usb-ports maybe? does anyone know what it can be and how I can fix it? answers very appriciated.. thanks..
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    Anyone can help me figure out to use a Xbox 360 pad for Supercade?
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