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  • tireiron
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    Among the other issues I’ve been having, the biggest one is the USB SYnc function. It worked all of 1 time. Plugged it in, it created the File directories on the drive, returned to my desktop, loaded up a few roms as a test. Ok, It worked, I go back, and Load a few more onto my thumbdrive put it back int he exact same port I had it in the first time. Reboot the pi, ES loads back up, nope, none of the games I added showed up. I haven’t touched any setting after the inital set up.

    I checked BLKID everytime I Rebooted, it sees my thumb drive, but ES is not wanting to sync.

    PI: Raspberry Pi 2 B
    OS Build: SD Image
    Controller: Xbox 360 Wired
    Guide: The USB drive one for Roms after it didn’t work when I went to add more roms. And the First time setup for SD Card.
    Filesystem Expanded: Yes
    File Path: Not sure on that.

    I did a search and I could find nothing on my issue.

    Anyone have any idea on how to allevaite this, its really giving me a headache.

    herbfargus
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    Put a folder on your USB drive called retropie and try again.

    https://github.com/retropie/RetroPie-Setup/wiki/Changelogs

    /https://www.petrockblock.com/forums/topic/install-roms-via-usb/

    It would also be helpful to specify which SD version you installed.

    tireiron
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    My apologies, 2.6 version.

    And Ill try it, will make a nother post after this test.

    herbfargus
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    BTW update your setup script first and then enable the USB ROM service from the setup menu in the setup script, and then try the steps listed above.

    tireiron
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    Updated it, all seems to work now except not I got to try and get the n64 and GBA emus working, Ill search for that.

    herbfargus
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    The wiki is a very useful resource for figuring out individual emulators and the file types needed.

    https://github.com/retropie/RetroPie-Setup/wiki

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