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    Hi everyone

    I am not a computer guy, not even a games fan. But I really like The King of Fighters and i would like to play it on my laptop.

    First, I downloadead a KOF2000 that had 77,2MB from ROMNATION. It seens that its very difficult to get a rom that works. I downloaded MAME32 0.76 and I dont know how it works or even if this is the right emulator for this game.

    Anyway, I unzipped the game inside a "directory" folder inside the MAME`s directory. In a huge list of games I double clicked KOF2000 and it loaded some stuff, but said

    "sfix.sfx NOT FOUND
    sp-s2.sp1 NOT FOUND
    sm1.sm1 NOT FOUND
    000-lo.lo NOT FOUND"


    Should I forget this ROM and look for another one? Or am I with the wrong emulator?

    Sorry for all this newbie doubts. If anyone could help me and make playing this game possible from me, I would be very pleased

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    You might be missing the Neo Geo bios. Try finding a file called neogeo.zip, it should be less than 1mb.
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    Thanks for the answer. But im affraid I'll need some more answers hehehe

    Where can I find it?

    When i download a ROM, where should I save it? zipped or unzipped?

    And I am on a XP Home machine. Is that a problem?

    If anyone have ever downloaded a working KOF2000, is 77,2MB zipped close to the reality?


    Sorry for the bad english, but im from Brazil

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    There is a rom or roms directory inside the mame folder. Put the ZIP file there. As for neogeo.zip try using Google and put it in the same folder..
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    Originally posted by Bisi@Jan 27 2004, 01:54 PM
    And I am on a XP Home machine. Is that a problem?
    :blink:

    You can use MAME on it, yes. But if it's anything like the Windows XP install I have, it's still a problem. heh
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    Works fine for me.Now that I think of it ,I have a lot fewer crashes on WinXP than on Win2000,or WinMe and that's not just on emulation applications. -_-

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