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- gutossnParticipant03/24/2016 at 12:34Post count: 31
Try to change the power supply. Is there a rainbow square on top-right corner of screen?gutossnParticipant08/11/2015 at 04:01Post count: 31gutossnParticipant08/10/2015 at 00:20Post count: 31gutossnParticipant08/09/2015 at 13:09Post count: 31gutossnParticipant08/01/2015 at 21:37Post count: 31gutossnParticipant07/31/2015 at 19:43Post count: 31gutossnParticipant07/30/2015 at 22:15Post count: 31gutossnParticipant07/30/2015 at 01:20Post count: 31gutossnParticipant07/29/2015 at 20:31Post count: 31
Hi, I’m use the PiFBA emulator to play CPS1 and CPS2 (Capcom) and SNK games, PiFBA-Libretro to play Street Fighter 3 Third Strike and MAME4ALL to play another arcade games like PAC-MAN, Donkey Kong, Joust, My Hero, Truxton, etc…Based on MAME Compatibility Spreadsheets I selected 746 games to my collection those really works without errors or bugs! If You want to download this pack I can upload it to you. Contact me through Message.gutossnParticipant07/29/2015 at 02:40Post count: 31
You need configure the buttons through raspi-config. There’s a tool to set them. Search on YouTube for ‘PS3 Controller BT on Retropie’! It isn’t difficult but need follow the steps.
Ps: I use ps3 bt controller on Retropie 2.6, I activate it when loading emulation station and the first red led powered on I can select the system and play!gutossnParticipant07/28/2015 at 21:56Post count: 31
I’m using the mupen64plus to play Nintendo 64. It’s running fine the game Super Mario 64, Mario Kart 64, Diddy Kong Racing and Star Fox 64. Other games is freezing and I need to reboot the Pi again. You can run N64 at full speed only Pi 2!
When You say installing Retropie, I don’t know if you download the Retropie Image File and burnt on the SD Card or installing through Raspbian. So, get the image file and the emulators and configurations were made, just need only set the file es_systems.cfg to select what emulator will use to play the systems available.
Good Luck.gutossnParticipant07/28/2015 at 15:41Post count: 31gutossnParticipant07/28/2015 at 02:34Post count: 31gutossnParticipant07/28/2015 at 02:19Post count: 31gutossnParticipant07/28/2015 at 02:14Post count: 31gutossnParticipant07/28/2015 at 02:10Post count: 31gutossnParticipant07/26/2015 at 05:16Post count: 31gutossnParticipant07/21/2015 at 13:51Post count: 31gutossnParticipant07/20/2015 at 17:03Post count: 31
You don’t need format the sd card, because the win32 disk image will do it automatically before write the img file to sd card. Try it using another usb port to avoid fails power supply energy.gutossnParticipant07/20/2015 at 02:40Post count: 31
It’s very strange, because I make backup of Retropie every change or new configuration done. I use win32 disk image and I never had problems. The SD Card doesn’t have corruption blocks before the backup?gutossnParticipant07/20/2015 at 02:33Post count: 31gutossnParticipant07/20/2015 at 00:50Post count: 31
I’m using PocketSnes, Mupen64Plus and PSxRearmed and them work fine! Check the SNES Roms, download the goodsnes…the n64 roms I played fine this games: Super Mario 64, Diddy Kong Racing, Mario Kart 64, Banjo Kazooie, etc…Some games are playable, see the videos on YouTube. PSX games are the bin, iso, img files of cd games, not be ecm files (compressed). Check the power supply, must be 5v and 2a. Is there a rainbow square at up/right screen blinking while you play the games? Good luck.gutossnParticipant07/19/2015 at 22:42Post count: 31gutossnParticipant07/19/2015 at 17:02Post count: 31gutossnParticipant07/19/2015 at 16:57Post count: 31gutossnParticipant07/16/2015 at 03:29Post count: 31
The error could be happened because the size of micro sd card. The recommended is 4GB at least. So after loaded the emulation station, is necessary expand the partition to use the free space of sd card. Quit the ES , on the shell write sudo raspi-config. Select the option Expand the filesystem. Reboot the pi. Try and tell me if this helps you to solve your problem. Retropie is amazing!!gutossnParticipant07/08/2015 at 15:15Post count: 31
Hi! I did configured my PIFBA and selected only ‘world’ roms, the clones or versions was ignored. I’m very happy to play the old arcade games again on my Mini Pi-Arcade! I filled the PIFBA spreadsheet romlist to help the gamers to avoid testing bad roms.