- g0nz0ukParticipant02/04/2016 at 23:43Post count: 310
I’ve got a few game listed twice in the sega cd menu and can’t figure out why.
For example Flashback shows as:
Flashback – The Quest For Identity (no artwork shows)
Flachback: The Quest for Identity (artwork show via scraper)
in the roms folder I have
Flashback – The Quest For Identity.bin
Flashback – The Quest For Identity.cue
Same for Roadrash
It displays as
Roadrash (no artwork)
In the roms folder
any ideas why?robertybobParticipant02/05/2016 at 00:58Post count: 219
Remove either .bin or .cue from the (SegaCD) Extensions bit in your es_systems.cfgquicksilverParticipant02/05/2016 at 14:20Post count: 30
I would suggest removing the .cue extension from the es_system.cfg not the .bin extension. Will the game boot if you launch from the .cue file?labelwhoreParticipant02/05/2016 at 16:12Post count: 526
[quote=116287]I would suggest removing the .cue extension from the es_system.cfg not the .bin extension. Will the game boot if you launch from the .cue file?
Yes and it’s the only way to get the music working afaik. I’ve removed the .bin from es_systems.cfg.g0nz0ukParticipant02/06/2016 at 16:09Post count: 310
Worked – removing the .cue extensions did it thanks guys.dankcushionsParticipant02/08/2016 at 00:10Post count: 432
i get the same thing with PSX files.
i know the fix, but i was thinking – are there any reasons to have things like .cue files in the list of file extensions? as if you a .cue, it would need a .bin to be work anyway, so having .cue and .bin in the extension list will always mean you get 2 images (or can .cues can be linked to a binary file of ANY arbitrary extension?)
as in, are there some of these extensions that could be treated as “pairs” – as long as you had one, you must have the other, so only one needs to be in the list?
just a thought :)
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