Philips VG 8010 Problems ?

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By anonymous

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18-02-2003, 15:49

It will give you 80K. 32K in internal slots and 48K in the external slot.

By Retroman

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18-02-2003, 19:53

Hmmm, but then is my Philips Ram Expansion a 32KB one ??? Cause I can play 64KB games without a problem Question

By snout

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18-02-2003, 21:35

This could also be a naming thing.

In Japan, any MSX2 game that needs more than 64KB of memory is marked as a turboR game. Same could happen with 32KB/64KB games. If a game needs only 42KB (for instance) it will work on 48KB but still be named a 64KB game.

By Grauw

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18-02-2003, 23:49

Unless the program switches away the BIOS (which I think is done pretty rarely on MSX1) it only uses 48k.

~Grauw

By penguin

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08-06-2006, 12:48

i am new in the msx.org site
i have bought an msx phillips vg-8010
the msx works but there is no image at the television i have check all the channel of my television but no image
what can i do ?

By Sonic_aka_T

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09-06-2006, 13:06

It depends on a number of things. First of all: how did you connect the MSX to the TV? What type of TV are you using? (PAL or NTSC?) What kind of cables do you have? What kind of connectors does the TV have?

By penguin

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10-06-2006, 15:45

1. i connect it in the antenna connector of my tv (on the connector
of the msx it write uhf 32)
2.i use a pal tv
3.i have a cable for connect my msx to the tv
(it goes correctly in the antenna connector of the tv and i hace receipt the cable with the msx)
4.a connector with a antenna logo
if you can't help me i can give more informations

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