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  • josephchrzempiec
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    Hello SKizz i will try this out over the weekend. I became sick a little some kind of flu like bug going around here most of my family is sick. But the good thing is i gave it to my wife LOL. And thank you for the information.

    Joseph

    josephchrzempiec
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    Hello Skizz Thank you so much I’m also new to all this. I love the retropie i play all my old games i haven’t played in years and miss this give me a chance to do it all in one system So i love it. I will try this and see what happens. The shutdown it’s self only shuts down the Processor correct? Not the Power down completely the board right? So then i will need to remove power from the board which is okay i can do that easy with another switch on power. So one for shut down and one for main power. then in order to bring it back up. I just need to reapply power to the main power switch by turning it back on.

    josephchrzempiec
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    Hello SKizz. What I’m doing now is that I’m making a Soft Power to disconnect the Power from the Pi. But before that happens I need to safely shutdown the Pi meaning to Halt the process i guess to end all task as you say to make everything safe to disconnect the Power from the Pi without hurting it. So in this case there will be a Push button on a GPIO pin to do this. But from what you are saying what would be the best way of doing this?

    josephchrzempiec
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    Hello it seems i got it to work what i was missing was the gba_bios.bin file to make it work.

    josephchrzempiec
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    Hello Please forgive me kind of new to retropie but where do i get the lr-vba-next, and lr-mgba files I don’t understand from the wiki page?

    josephchrzempiec
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    in reply to: Gpio pin help #115121

    Hello i also getting my Pi in today soon and looking for help on this Subject. I’m also confused on how to set it up.

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