thedigi321Participant06/05/2015 at 18:06Post count: 35
Running on HDMI with explicit settings (CEA mode 1) Running on HDMI with preferred settings
I am using the pre-made SD card image for raspberry pi 2 and it is image 3.0 beta 2. It will kick off and take me back to the main screen for ROMS. I had to copy es_systems.cfg from the PetRock GitHub and put it in the folder manually because it didn’t come with one. i have try 2 emulators multiple times. The first was the psx emulator and i have tried .bin files with 3 games and the The NES emulator with .zip and .nes files.
I brought the roms from my old rp1 setup. I have tried every I can think of to fix it, like expanding the SD card, rebuilding from binaries, setup up the controller I use. PELASE help i am at a lostFloobMember06/05/2015 at 20:18Post count: 1629
The file es_systems.cfg is in the image, found at
so I’m not sure what you mean when you say it didnt come with one.
Are you using a 1080p TV with HDMI?thedigi321Participant06/05/2015 at 22:25Post count: 35
i had to put es_systems.cfg in /home/pi/.emulationstation is that wrong?
and yes i am using an 1080p hdmi tvthedigi321Participant06/05/2015 at 22:27Post count: 35FloobMember06/05/2015 at 22:38Post count: 1629
Yes, remove the es_systems.cfg that you put here /home/pi/.emulationstation
With the NES game, press X as the game starts, and choose your display type.thedigi321Participant06/06/2015 at 00:01Post count: 35
ok so i got the same error but on the runcommand.log i got
“RetroArch: rarch_log_libretro: [libretro INFO] :: Frontend supports RGB565 – will use that instead of XRGB1555.
RetroArch: rarch_log_libretro: [libretro INFO] :: Loading /home/pi/RetroPie/roms/nes/Battletoads.nes…
RetroArch [WARN] :: rarch_log_libretro :: [libretro WARN] :: FDS BIOS ROM image missing!RetroArch [WARN] :: rarch_log_libretro :: [libretro WARN] :: An error occurred while loading the file.RetroArch [ERROR] :: load_content :: Failed to load content.”FloobMember06/06/2015 at 01:06Post count: 1629
It looks like its looking for a BIOS file, can you try a different rom?
Or try, say, a megadrive rom?
Its odd because mine doesnt seem to need a BIOS file – maybe something to do with the rom you have.
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