flavad99Participant07/03/2015 at 18:15Post count: 16
I was going through the Youtube Techtipsta tutorial on setting up the PSX emulator BIOS files. It looks like the video he created was on 2.6. I am using 3.0
I was unable to access the
cd /Retropie/roms/psx folder
Judging by the comments sections, others had this issue too. Has anyone figured out a way to access the folder using his tutorial? Is there a better way to load BIOS files using 3.0?FloobMember07/03/2015 at 19:55Post count: 1629
I put my bios here:
I basically followed these steps as well as copying the BIOS fileflavad99Participant07/03/2015 at 20:47Post count: 16
Thanks. Let me ask you this – I didn’t have a BIOS folder originally set up under the Retropie folder. I tried setting up one on my USB drive from a separate PC and copying the BIOS files in there, but I suspect that solution won’t work. I have seen a few posts from people that don’t have this folder automatically set up for Retropie 3.0 – any idea why the folder isn’t automatically there?
I will look at the video you provided.FloobMember07/03/2015 at 20:57Post count: 1629
Which beta version of RetroPie are you using? Did you write an image to the SD, or did you build from binaries?
Does this not work for you?
“cd /home/pi/RetroPie/BIOS/”flavad99Participant07/03/2015 at 21:41Post count: 16
version 3.0, the newest one
I wrote the image to an SD card.
Thanks for the tip on the “home pi”, I can now access the Retropie folder from the prompt.
I am going to try the instructions again, however, I had to go in and manually create a BIOS folder on the USB drive. From reading other instructions, it sounds like it is already there. However, there are a few other people out there without it preloaded. It is strange, b/c all of my system folders showed up under the roms folder without any issues. Do you know if I am missing a step regarding the BIOS folder?
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