|Aug 3, 2008, 04:36 PM||#1|
Annoying Newb question...I know...I know..
I work really long hours in my new job and simply don't have the time to invest into the learning and researching and trial & error involved in getting this right so I'm throwing this out there in hopes for some compassion and a helpful hand.
I was wondering if someone can simply post a step-by-step for me on how to get my NES emulator working on my Apple TV. I really don't want to have to install Mac OSX and swap drives etc... so if thats involved I guess I'll pass. But if theres a USB way of doing this, and one can post a step by step guide on doing it, I would be greatly appreciative.
I know there are ATV hack sites out there and I have scanned a few of them but none of them are basic enough with easy step by step guides on how to do specific things.
|Aug 4, 2008, 04:18 AM||#4|
You can't hack ANYTHING and expect not to invest time in sorting out bugs. It's the nature of the beast I'm afraid.
Sorry to be a "Negative Nelly" (Fred Franders).
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