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Thanks for upping this Tim, it's very interesting and getting the images is re-assuring. I have two disks and haven't examined them yet. My stuff is in bits, but it's essentially:
x2 a3000 motherboards - 1 totalled by acid, 1 remarkably clean
x2 PSU and expality power gubbins
x2 network boards
x2 expality graphics boards (one was missing from one of the chassis)
x2 IO boards
x1 (bazfish mint) visor
x1 'waist pack' and controller
x1 mile of wiring most of which relates to the field generation stuff
My impression is it's all a bit heath robinson. Was it a UK firm who built this stuff? It sure looks like it :)
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Hi everyone, I want to try to get all the information of the Virtuality models and software in a safe place and documented within Mame and would appreciate any help.

Recently, one of Mame's main developers looked into the Virtuality SU2000 driver and couldn't proceed with Pacman VR because the dump was bad. One of the key parts of moving forward is getting things dumped correctly. As for myself, I could only find a anual for the SU2000 online and no other manuals. Thank you.
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