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The MAME Team

Product:

MAME32 0.94 and all prior

Category:

Game, Emulation

Problems:

Odd behaviour may be exhibited in NT based systems if attempting to run games while security/permissions settings do not allow it or the user is not an administrator or member of the administratorís group.
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In the event of Mame32 not launching a game and just sitting there, try placing the entire Mame32 directory and its sub-directories including \ROMs into a more simple path, like c:\Mame32 instead of c:\Games for Fun\Mame32 Goes Here.

Workarounds:

Grant Modify access to the Users local group for the installation folder.

NOTE: This may expose your MAME32 installation to abuse by limited users.

References:

MAME32 Troubleshooting Documentation, March 2005

Submitted:

4/2/2005

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