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  • retroshaun
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    As the subject says, I am getting segmentation faults in loads of systems. For example, SNES, Intellivision, Videopac, GBA etc. Whereas other systems are working perfectly.

    Any ideas how to fix this? Retropie 3.6 with a Pi 3.

    Tnx!

    zerojay
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    Are you overclocked? Could be that you have an unstable overclock if so.

    retroshaun
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    Not that I am aware of no. Can I check that somehow?

    retroshaun
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    Well I fixed the SNES problems (bad roms it seems) but some other systems still dont work – GBA seems to be the main offender. Roms look OK.

    neighbourhoodnerd
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    In my experience, segfaults are caused by overheating which can corrupt the memory card. If you’re overclocking, make sure you have a heatsink or an open case.

    You might be able to reinstall the emulator to fix this issue if it’s only affecting the one system.

    zerojay
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    Did you install the GBA bios?

    shoothere
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    I’m with zerojay on this one. It will segfault if the GBA bios isn’t found and good romsets are also crucial (learnedthis myself the hard way).

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