duhproject wrote:I ran a test with Paradroyd. He shipped me his WORKING SD card that has the Amstrad core on it. I placed it in my MiST and it does not boot. I can get the OSD menu, but get an orange screen with bits of garbage strewn about. It appears this core is sensitive to certain MiST revisions. I verified Paradroyd and I were on the same firmware level. Very odd!
This is unfortunate, because it would seem to mean that when developers have an older MIST that they're testing on, it's quite possible that though they test their core on their own MIST and it appears to be 100% stable from their perspective, it may well not work at all on a lot of other MISTs (if this in fact what's going on). I'm not sure how they would ever troubleshoot this without having access to different generations of the hardware to test against.
Again, that may not be what this is, but it sure looks like it.