- flyingwombatParticipant03/05/2016 at 23:21Post count: 3
I’m completely new to Raspberry Pi/RetroPIE. I just got a Raspberry Pi 3, and set it up:
Pi Model: 3
RetroPie Version Used: 3.6
Built From: SD card
USB Devices connected: Cirka SNES controller, keyboard, mouse
Controller used: Cirka SNES
Error messages received: None
Attachment of config files:
How to replicate the problem:
None of my SNES games will launch at all. They just shift to a black screen and then nothing happens. Not a problem with the built in ROMs or the NES ROMs I ported in. Any thoughts? Help, please!lilbudParticipant03/05/2016 at 23:59Post count: 118FloobMember03/06/2016 at 00:52Post count: 1629
Does the same thing happen if you try a different SNES emulator?
Press your joypad button or x to bring up the emulator selection screen.flyingwombatParticipant03/07/2016 at 03:15Post count: 3
It doesn’t matter what emulator I use- And I followed the advice in the other thread. Not sure what the problem is. Any other ideas?FloobMember03/07/2016 at 20:26Post count: 1629
Have you ever had any of your snes roms working with RetroPie?
If not, try a different source for the rom.flyingwombatParticipant03/08/2016 at 21:30Post count: 3
Yep – the ROMs work with no problem on my computer, but when they head over to the Pi, no luck. NES is no problem. Just having the problem with SNES.daveParticipant03/14/2016 at 16:47Post count: 8
Did you have any luck with this? I’m having exactly the same issue.FloobMember03/14/2016 at 20:24Post count: 1629
When you try to run one and it fails, what does it say in /tmp/runcommand.log ?daveParticipant03/16/2016 at 12:37Post count: 8
Sorry guys, Ive been away so not been able to check. Thanks for the help.
I’ll have a look at the file you mention Floob when I get home.
Last time I checked SNES though, I discovered its not all roms that do not open. I was testing with Super Mario World, this still doesnt work. However, lots of others do work without any problems.
I ran the same roms on SNES9x on OUYA, without issue.
Does anyone know of issues with the Super Mario World specifically?
Thanks again for helping.dankcushionsParticipant03/16/2016 at 13:18Post count: 432
super mario world works fine for me. try another version? sometimes specific versions of roms don’t work on certain emulators for whatever reason.
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