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  • wtm001
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    It goes to the previous system and scrolls up. Is there a fix for this?

    herbfargus
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    Probably a bug with your adapter/controller – check connections, its happened to me on occasion as well and I just had to press a button on the dpad to stop it scrolling. Usually it happens more with cheaper knock off type controllers

    wtm001
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    [quote=113089]Probably a bug with your adapter/controller – check connections, its happened to me on occasion as well and I just had to press a button on the dpad to stop it scrolling. Usually it happens more with cheaper knock off type controllers

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    I’m using RetroUSB adapters and using a regular SNES controller. I’ve got a Buffalo SNES controller. I will give it a try when I get home.

    rdhanded2
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    It is a driver issue with the retrousb adapters, I have the same issue. A change was made to the kernel that messed up the drivers a while back. I have mostly solved it by rolling back the kernel to a previous version that worked with the adapters.

    sudo rpi-update 4e2845e0cbe7e701f0431e66a26f730de264e7a6

    enter the above through putty or terminal and it will take care of the problem for the most part. If I ssh into my pi and then return to playing games it will still scroll sometimes but a full power off corrects it. Only work around I have found. The problem does not happen with the iBuffalo controllers.

    wtm001
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    [quote=113105]It is a driver issue with the retrousb adapters, I have the same issue. A change was made to the kernel that messed up the drivers a while back. I have mostly solved it by rolling back the kernel to a previous version that worked with the adapters.

    sudo rpi-update 4e2845e0cbe7e701f0431e66a26f730de264e7a6

    enter the above through putty or terminal and it will take care of the problem for the most part. If I ssh into my pi and then return to playing games it will still scroll sometimes but a full power off corrects it. Only work around I have found. The problem does not happen with the iBuffalo controllers.

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    Thanks, I’ll check it out. If I can’t get it working right I’ll just invest in a ControlBlock.

    rdhanded2
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    The above will make it work.

    wtm001
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    [quote=113124]The above will make it work.

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    Thanks it works great!

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