keem85Participant02/15/2016 at 23:52Post count: 20
I don’t know what happend, but I edited the shader paths.. I then proceeded to test it on my RP2 (while retropie_setup.sh was running on my computer).. My button presses obviously affected retropie_setup.sh while I was playing/testing mario on my SNES..
Now my controller won’t work at all with SNES emulator.. I tried to “Configure controllers” all over again on Emulationstation, but that didn’t help. I also tried to delete the retroarch.cfg file in the SNES folder in OPT, that only resetted the screen resolution etc but not much else…
What can I do to re-configure SNES controllers? It does not react at all.. At the start of a ROM, I can see something in the lines of “Playstation 3 controller 0/0”.keem85Participant02/15/2016 at 23:56Post count: 20
By the way now I also get “Press a button to configure” when opening other emulators, like PSX.. “errors are logged to /tmp/runncommand.log” it says also..
I wonder how I managed to mess this stuff up :/
EDIT: Never mind the last post here, I think this is a new message on the new RetroPie setup script that I just downloaded, am I right?
The SNES problem still remains though..keem85Participant02/16/2016 at 13:32Post count: 20
Does anyone have any idea what could have happened? Is there any way to reset SNES settings to it’s default?labelwhoreParticipant02/16/2016 at 16:42Post count: 526
This happened to me over the weekend with several different systems/emulators while I was adding overlays. SNES was one of them. The only fix I found was to reinstall the emulator from binary. That would work and leave all my changes in place.
Annoying as hell, but the workaround isn’t bad.keem85Participant02/16/2016 at 17:10Post count: 20
Sorry if it sounds stupid, but how do I do that? is it the first option in retropie menu?labelwhoreParticipant02/16/2016 at 17:17Post count: 526
In the retropie-setup script it’s under install individual emulators. I think it’s the 3rd option. Choose the emulator you’re having trouble with, then install from binary.keem85Participant02/16/2016 at 17:36Post count: 20
I tried the binary install (recommended) option, but it did not help.. Any other tips?keem85Participant02/16/2016 at 17:44Post count: 20
Ahhh I understood what you meant now. I did the binary reinstall and it worked! Thanks you saved my SD card!!
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