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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™. This program should be your first step to solving problems. Requires Java&tra ...
- 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, or you would 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 it needs adjusted is to open our X-Arcade ...
- 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 ...
- Marquees, Side Art, Overlays, etc.
X-Arcade Machine Custom Artwork Kit Here are the templates for side art and marquee for X-Arcade Machine 200MB EPS/PSD Files For X-Arcade Machine The X-Arcade Machine's marquee is approximately 24.75" x 7.25", but there is a wood frame around that size bringing the viewable size you actually see ...
- Joystick Direction or Button 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 ...
- Ouya with X-Arcade
Mame4All is working on the Ouya by simply remapping the keys, more information on the Ouya official forum. The trackball is also confirmed working as a mouse in the menus and in games.
- "Device Not Recognized" when I plug In my X-Arcade™?
FIRST: DO NOT USE THIRD-PARTY PS/2-USB ADAPTERS Please NOTE: If you are using an older model X-Arcade and trying to use a third-party PS/2-USB Adapter, it will not work and is not supported. You must follow instructions on Page 5 Of Manual or you'll need the USB Upgrade Kit No Special Drivers A ...
- Street Fighter IV & Super Street Fighter IV: AE - PC Setup
Super Street Fighter IV™: Arcade Edition Setup: Luckily Capcom® fixed the keyboard problem found in Street Fighter IV™ in Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition™ (make sure you have the latest game patch). Simply be sure to have your X-Arcade™ plugged in before sta ...
- Mortal Kombat Komplete Edition PC Setup
Mortal Kombat Komplete Edition PC Setup: Unfortunately NetherRealm Studios® did not put much thought into the control options in Mortal Kombat Komplete™ for PC. For example, you cannot play with 2 players on one keyboard or a keyboard encoder like have been used in many brands ...
- I have a loose connection somewhere or get no light, how can I fix it?
Tripping over the wires, or dropping any product can cause a connection to go bad. If you feel that you have a connection issue, you next want to determine if it caused by one of the following: the console or PC Cable the PCB-Cable (USB models only) game console X-Adapter the X-Arcade controll ...
- 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 ...
- Why doesn't my joystick control my character in my game on my game console?
Handheld gamepads for newer game consoles feature both digital and analog controlling devices. Most games use the D-pad and/or left thumbstick to operate a game. The X-Arcade™ supports only one digital joystick per player, therefore a mode change needs to be made to select whether this jo ...
- How do I replace the PCB board and/or cable in the X-Arcade™?
Before you begin, first use the instructions here to open the X-Arcade™ controller. PCB and PCB-Cable replacement procedure: PCB-Cable replacement procedure: Open the X-Arcade. Remove the PCB-Cable's two white molex connectors from the PCB by simply pulling them off carefully. Pull th ...
- How do I replace a microswitch?
To replace a microswitch: Open the X-Arcade™ as instructed. PIC: Pull back the tallest plastic part holding the button in place. PIC: Lift the front part of the microswitch back. PIC: Remove the microswitch. PIC: To remove the the wires from the switch, use your fingers or pliers if n ...
- How can I use more than one X-Arcade™ (4-player) at a time on my PC?
You can plug in up to 2 X-Arcade™ dual controllers or 4 X-Arcade™ Solo 1-Player controllers on your PC or Mac.You can connect all of them into USB ports, or plug one X-Arcade™ into the PS/2 port and any others into USB ports. You cannot plug one X-Arcade™ into another. ...
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