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  • gutossn
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    I can’t run Street Fighter 3 Third Strike at full speed using Raspberry Pi 2 (Retropie 2.6). What I need to config, parameters, etc…

    Thank You.

    Floob
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    Have you verified your fba-libretro romset?
    https://github.com/RetroPie/RetroPie-Setup/wiki/Managing-ROMs

    It must be FBA 0.2.97.30 as per the info in the link above.
    Then just put your roms in /home/pi/RetroPie/roms/fba-libretro (for RetroPie 2.6.0)

    Or are you saying it runs, just slowly?
    If so, have you overclocked the Pi, and made sure it has a 2A power supply?

    gutossn
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    Thank You. The game loads fine. I’ll check the power supply, because i’m using the tv’s usb to power on the raspberry pi 2.

    peanut
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    So what folder do you put the roms to work? and any other changes? I use retropie v3

    gutossn
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    I’ve change the power supply and works fine the Street Fight 3 without lags at full speed! I put the roms in ‘fba-libretro’ folder in /home/pi/Retropie/Roms.

    The colored rainbow square is gone! :)
    Thanks!

    peanut
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    [quote=102436]/home/pi/Retropie/Roms.[/quote]

    Not sure if I misunderstand but did you make a folder within the fba rom folder?

    /home/pi/Retropie/roms/fba-libretro/

    herbfargus
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    The fba-libretro is a depreciated folder only used in older versions of retropie. For 3.0 you should put your FBA ROMs in the fba folder.

    https://github.com/RetroPie/RetroPie-Setup/wiki/FinalBurn-Alpha

    You can also put them in the neogeo folder as well.

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