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  • tombradshaw
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    Hi
    I have a Raspberry Pi B with version 3 beta 3, I can get most things working that I want, but GBA doesn’t work.
    I just get “You have and incorrect BIOS image”, I have copied the gba_bios.bin into the /home/pi/RetroPie/BIOS and /opt/retropie/emulators/gpsp folders
    its 16k and I have used it before.
    I am not sure what to try next?

    Thanks

    charco
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    You need to place the bios file in the BIOS folder.

    https://github.com/RetroPie/RetroPie-Setup/wiki/Game-Boy-Advance

    tombradshaw
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    Thanks I did that, see my post.
    Cheers

    Omnija
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    [quote=99974]Thanks I did that, see my post.
    Cheers

    [/quote]

    Try obtaining another bios from another source or try recopying it. Sometimes transferring files can partially transfer or corrupt a file (due to unstable connections or some similar sort). See if the problem persists.

    tombradshaw
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    tried recopying, checking the hash again, tried both folders again.
    Has anybody got it working with beta 3?

    momaw27
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    Hey tombradshaw!

    I’ve got GBA working in 3.0B3 (albeit not lr-mGBA as there is a bug upstream somewhere, but a git ticket has been issued I believe).

    The only thing I can think of is to make sure that your GBA bios filename is in all lowercase letters. Linux is picky like that (which I appreciate :)

    It should look like this:

    gba_bios.bin

    Of particular importance, check that the extension, .bin, is lowercase and not .BIN.

    I hope that helps!

    momaw27

    tombradshaw
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    Got it working now, started again with beta 4, think i must have got something wrong before.

    charco
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    Glad it’s working!

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