[Coco] Re: Leisure Suit Larry problem - bug?
chazbeenhad at hotmail.com
Sat Sep 11 23:05:41 EDT 2004
Thanks for trying it guys.
I downloaded my image again and played it in mess. It worked fine.
So I hooked up the old 486 and made a new disk from the image with no
I play the game booting from the disk on my CoCo and it locked up the same
I then tried a bunch of stuff and even undid my multipak just ran the disk
controller and played, same lockup.
Tommorow I will dig out my spare CoCo3 (its a 128k non-upgraded one) and try
it with just the disk controller plugged in.
I have to clean the rom pak port 1st, i think it is dirty. Last time I tried
it, disks would not work right. I kept getting an HF error or something
trying to load programs. and DIR would show graphic characters in file
Someone told me, "who cares, you dont have to read it to win the game
anyway." However, I'm curious as to why I have this problem to begin with.
"Robert Gault" <robert.gault at worldnet.att.net> wrote
in message news:41433DC7.4050909 at worldnet.att.net...
> Charlie wrote:
>> When I play Leisure Suit Larry I get a system lock up in one particular
>> area. I was wondering if others could duplicate this and let me know if
>> it is my copy of the game, or the game just has a bug.
>> Start a new game. CALL TAXI. ENTER TAXI.
>> When your in the back seat, TALK DRIVER. STORE
>> When you get to street where the store is, walk into the store.
>> In the store, walk over to the 1st magazine rack (lowest on screen to the
>> TAKE MAGAZINE
>> READ JUGS
>> Right after I try to read the magazine, the screen gets all messed up and
>> the system locks up tight.
>> My system is running Nitros9 3.02.01, I deleted my OS-9 cmds and sys
>> folders from my hard drive, so I wont have a chance to try it under the
>> legacy OS until I feel like copying everything back on to the drive. :-)
>> If you don't have the game but would like to try you can get it here:
>> This image will work with DSKINI found on the Nitros9 web site:
>> It is a 40 track double sided image.
> I tried the above instructions with Boisy's 3.02.04 and a pre Boisy
> Nitros9. No crashes.
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