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- Test Your X-Arcade™ First! - Online Test Utility Program
We have created the X-Arcade™ Test Utility Program to test the buttons and directions on the X-Arcade™ (microswitches), proper connection to the PC, as well as verifying that it is ready for MAME™. Even if you are having a problem on a game console, this test will help determi ...
- No light, no response at all, or "Device Not Recognized" when you plug In the X-Arcade™?
IMPORTANT: If the light on the top-right of the control panel is not illuminated, the joysticks and buttons will not work. No Special Drivers Are Required For X-Arcade! When you plug the X-Arcade™ into a USB port on a Windows, you should get a hardware plugged in sound. There are no specia ...
- Button or Joystick is sticking or not working? L@@K HERE!
The first thing you want to do is test the X-Arcade™ using the X-Arcade™ Test Utility program. This program can be run on a PC only, but should still be your first step to solving any problems. Download X-Arcade™ Test Utility Program If all of the buttons and joystick direc ...
- How do I open the X-Arcade™?
The X-Arcade™ was made to be user serviceable, just like a real arcade. It does not void the Lifetime Warranty to open it. To open the X-Arcade™: First disconnect the X-Arcade™ from any systems, and remove the serial cable. Next turn the X-Arcade™ over on your ...
- How can I make the X-Arcade™ joystick more or less sensitive?
If a joystick is sticking in one direction, you have trouble hitting diagonals, or you would just like to make your joystick more sensitive to movements for a fighting game, adjusting the microswitch sensitivity is your answer. A good way to test if a microswitch direction is sticking because i ...
- X-Arcade™ Dual & Solo Joystick Manual
X-Arcade™ Dual & Solo Joystick - English - Spanish - French
- How do I change the X-Arcade™ from 8-way to 4-way mode?
If you are playing a game like Pac-Man™ or Donkey Kong™ and find that the joystick gets stuck when changing directions, this is because these original arcade games used 4-way restricted joysticks, while the X-Arcade™ is set to 8-way mode by default. You can solve this with the ...
- X-Arcade™ Programming Guide
The X-Arcade™ was designed to be used with a variety of games and emulators, and will work with virtually any game or emulator on your PC in the default Mode1 without programming. Always try first to change the control settings in the emu/game rather than programming so you don't have to ...
- Connect A Coin Door for X-Arcade™
The X-Arcade™ Coin Door works with any X-Arcade product! The coin door manual shows how to connect the coin door to any X-Arcade controller. Here is a guide for using any other coin door with the X-Arcade™
- Marquees, Side Art, Overlays, etc.
X-Arcade Machine Custom Artwork Kit Files can be saved as a Photoshop (.psd), Illustrator (.ai), layered .pdf (ready for print, high quality), flat .pdf without template on with bleed, or .eps without template visible with bleed. RGB is the color mode we print in and will give you the best color ...
- Emulation on Game Consoles
Emulation isn't only for PC anymore. You can now play many emulators including MAME on nearly every game console. This usually requires the console to either have a modchip or to be softmodded (software-hacked). Here is some basic information to on emulation on game consoles. Original Xbox: Coi ...
- Add a Spinner to your X-Arcade
A spinner control allows you to play games such as tempest the way they were originally played. And while the X-Arcade doesn't include a spinner, it is actually quite easy for anyone to add one or more to it. First off, you will not be able to connect a spinner to the existing X-Arcade electron ...
- How do I use the X-Arcade™ with a USB or wireless keyboard?
USB Connection: The X-Arcade™ comes with both USB and PS/2 connection options, it is recommended to use the USB connection if you have a wireless or USB keyboard. Connected this way you do not need to have a keyboard plugged into the X-Arcade™ to use it. NOTE: You do need to have a ...
- Why is my keyboard double-typing, sticking, or freezing using X-Arcade™ on PS/2?
NOTE: The X-Arcade™ requires a PS/2 keyboard to be plugged into it to work in a PS/2 port. NOTE2: A 3rd-party PS/2-USB adapter will not work. Turn off your antivirus software. Antivirus software when set to automatically scan for viruses, may have a default option to protect instant messen ...
- Player 1 Start button is acting like Player 2 start = YOU ARE NOT IN MODE 1
Just as the title says, move the switch on the back closest to the serial cable and try again. Then test it.
- Arcade Cabinet Repairs
If you damage your arcade product, don't dispair, it can be repaired to nearly new condition! Our arcade cabinets are made using black melamine. If you have a scratch you can fix it with an ebony/black furniture marker. These can be purchased at any local hardware store. If the wood is chipped ...
- What are the dimensions of your products?
You will find basic size dimensions for all of our products under "Specs" at the bottom of the product's page. More detailed dimensions can be found in our e-brochure below: Tankstick Dimensions (inches): Approx: 28.75x13 - Base: 25.5x10.25 15lbs. Height: front 4.75 back 3.25 Machine Dimension ...
- MAME™ Help
- How to play ANY emulator, game, or other program with the X-Arcade.
On a PC or Mac™, the buttons and joysticks are assigned to keyboard and mouse keys, think of the X-Arcade™ as an integrated keyboard (and if you have a trackball, it just acts like a mouse). When you press a button on the X-Arcade™ your computer thinks you are pressing a key on ...
- How can I easily switch between 2 or more game consoles?
For the X-Arcade Controllers: You can purchase a DB9 Serial Switchbox and some extra serial cables to easily switch between one or more game consoles. Simply connect one serial cable between the IN port of the Switchbox and the X-Arcade™, and the other cables between the OUT ports and the ...
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