- nicenietzscheParticipant06/20/2013 at 12:13Post count: 9
I’ve tried many many times to install and re-install RetroPie on 2 different SD cards. Both of them are class 4, one is an 8 Gb SD card, the other one is 16 Gb.
I can setup my joypad (a SNES USB controller) and then RetroPie freezes.
Sometimes I can switch to Dukem Nukem from the start screen (I think is an Apple emulator) but it’s just a matter of time (a few seconds) and RetroPie freeze, freeze and freeze again.
Have I to give up?
Someone has the same problem?karlossParticipant06/20/2013 at 14:05Post count: 177
Hey mate, are you running overclocked?
are you using a powered usb hub?
are you using an sdimage? 1.5 or 1.6.1? or you build from source?nicenietzscheParticipant06/20/2013 at 15:45Post count: 9
Thanks for the questions.
No, my Raspberry isn’t overclocked.
No, I’m not using a powered usb hub. The keyboard has backlight but, even with only the USB pad plugged, the Raspberry freezes.
I’ve tried both, 1.5 and 1.6.1 BETA.matthewParticipant06/21/2013 at 04:17Post count: 18
did you update to the current firmware via Retropi_setup.sh ?nicenietzscheParticipant06/21/2013 at 11:02Post count: 9petrockblogKeymaster06/21/2013 at 16:12Post count: 1828
First of all, I would try and test everything without the USB controller being connected.nicenietzscheParticipant06/23/2013 at 12:15Post count: 9
OK, now everything is working on my 16Gb SD-card. Version 1.6.1 BETA.
I don’t now why. I simply format and re-install another couple of times.
Sorry I can’t tell what was wrong.
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