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Issues with Star Wars Trilogy (Sega Model 3)


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I'm trying to find some automated way/auto hotkey script that can clear the NVRAM and also disable the feedback lever on SW Trilogy.

Currently if the games exits with coins remaining it won't start properly.  Clearing the nvram file resolves this, but then I have to alter the game to disable the feedback lever.  

Is there a way to automate this?  https://www.supermodel3.com/FAQ.html#SWTStageSelect

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I found this but I have never been able to make it work: 

http://forum.arcadecontrols.com/index.php?topic=140129.0

@echo off

echo Y | del c:\arcade\supermodel\nvram\swtrilgy.nv > nul

and the note says: "just give that to my FE as a post command and we're good to hook."

But like I said, I might not now how to use exit scripts (AHK) correctly.

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On 9/1/2021 at 2:12 PM, jfree427 said:

Currently if the games exits with coins remaining it won't start properly.  Clearing the nvram file resolves this, but then I have to alter the game to disable the feedback lever.  

Instead of just deleting the nvram file, once configured as you like in game make a copy of it. (swtrilgy.backup.nv)

In your script, using whichever method you want, (BAT, AHK, etc), delete the old nvram and copy the backup version with the correct name, swtrilgy.nv

This is the AHK script I used

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FileCopy, C:\Users\ARCADEPC\Launchbox\Emulators\supermodel3\NVRAM\swtrilgy.backup.nv, C:\Users\ARCADEPC\Launchbox\Emulators\supermodel3\NVRAM\swtrilgy.nv, 1

ExitApp

return

The 1 option at the ends, overwrites the files so I don't need to delete first. I compile this script to an exe and add as an additional app for swtrilgy and have it run before supermodel3 emu.

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Thank you! This is just what I was looking for.  Worked like a champ

14 hours ago, Headrush69 said:

Instead of just deleting the nvram file, once configured as you like in game make a copy of it. (swtrilgy.backup.nv)

In your script, using whichever method you want, (BAT, AHK, etc), delete the old nvram and copy the backup version with the correct name, swtrilgy.nv

This is the AHK script I used

The 1 option at the ends, overwrites the files so I don't need to delete first. I compile this script to an exe and add as an additional app for swtrilgy and have it run before supermodel3 emu.

 

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