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USBto3DO - 3DO ODE for Panasonic FZ-1

USBto3DO - 3DO ODE for Panasonic FZ-1

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USBto3DO is an ODE that replaces the ODD for 3DO.

You can run game images stored on a USB memory stick.


Setup :

  1. Disassemble the uppercase and remove the odd cover
  2. Remove two FFC cables and remove the odd
  3. Connect FFC cables to USBto3DO board
  4. Peel off the release paper from the board and glue the board to the FZ-1 refer to the photo
  5. Teast and put on the odd and case

To Make USB memory stick

  1. Format USB memory stick as exFAT or FAT32
  2. Copy boot.iso file in the root folder of USB memory stick
  3. Copy the disk image in ISO

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Features :

  • Compatible with Panasonic FZ-1
  • Installation Guide
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Customer Reviews

Based on 8 reviews
didn't work for me

Hello, for some reason it will not work. I downloaded the boot.iso file, install the iso and games on my flash drive. It's formatted to fat32. It boots up to.fixel screen then it reboots itself. I even tried to format exfat. Didn't work.

Excellent solution!

This does exactly what it is supposed to do, and does it well. The file format has to be .ISO, so keep that in mind, but they're not hard to find. All in all I am thrilled with this purchase!

Works... but slow title listing the more you add

The device works like a charm when launching games. That deserves a 5 star rating. However, I'm not sure what the culprit is for causing the directory listing scroll to slow considerably and the background music to stutter the more titles you add. Even using the page change option takes several seconds. I don't know if it is due to me using a USB attached SSD drive, but I would think that should be faster than a USB thumb drive. Constructive comments and suggestions would be appreciated. Hopefully this is something that can be resolved in a future firmware update.

I like it!

Haven’t had a chance to put too many miles on it, yet. Install was super simple and looks to be a quality piece. Played through Dr Hauzer using the ode and had zero issues. I didn’t know the menu plays music, pleasant surprise. Minor inconvenience would be that you have to take the shell off to access, but not a big deal. Two thumbs up!


Using an SD card with USB adapter I’ve put all my games in bin/cue format, works great, the software could do with being updated (some issues with folder navigation) but that has nothing to do with the quality of the device, highly recommend this as you can keep your cdrom in the system at the same time for safe keeping!