What did you do once you did this? In the version of RetroPie I configured it came already installed, and ES sees the .d64 and .t64 files I dropped into the appropriate folder, but when I launch one it just goes to the standard C64 boot screen and I can’t get the image to launch, not even with a “LOAD “*”,8,1″. The configured command is the same as yours but with the %ROM% environment variable tacked onto the end, as in:
am running newest version of retropie – 2.7 i think.
got some c64 roms in the form of .tap files and put them in the roms folder.
emulationstation sees them automatically but when i load them it takes forever like back in the ’80s/90s.
tried warp mode but doesn’t seem to work.
i want instant loads.
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