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  • socalretrogamer
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    Hmm. I didn’t see a switching discs command, but i did figure it out yesterday. It’s a little tricky, but you do have to load the second disc by loading that core through the RetroArch menu.

    socalretrogamer
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    in reply to: Netplay #116980

    I’ve been trying off and on to get this to work, so I can play with my brothers in MN. It seems easy and straight-forward but we haven’t gotten it to work yet. It could be any number of reasons why it hasn’t worked. Hopefully we can figure it out soon.

    socalretrogamer
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    I just added some MAME games for the first time recently and I cant get them to work either. Is there a BIOS file that I need to add?

    socalretrogamer
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    Hey guys.

    First off, thanks for responding! I’ve been trying to get this to work, but I haven’t had any luck yet. I thought it was because my port wasn’t open, but I fixed that and we still couldn’t get it to go, so I have a few questions.

    For the IP address, would I put the IP address of my actual home router, or the Raspberry Pi’s IP? I think I may have done this wrong, but if not, I can’t think of why it isn’t working. The only other thing I can think of is that our versions of RetroPie aren’t the same, but I think they are. However, i’m running RetroPie on a Raspberry Pi 2, and my brother runs his straight from his PC. Since we’re running (I believe) the same RetroPie, but on different types of machines, could this be a compatibility issue that’s preventing Netplay from working?

    Thanks for all the info guys!

    socalretrogamer
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    That looks fantastic! What did you use for a monitor?

    socalretrogamer
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    Thanks for this scraper! It works great! Much, much better than the scraper on Emulation Station. There are still a lot of games it didn’t scrape, but I think that’s because some of the ROM file names are truncated. For example, “Zelda2” (no space) didn’t scrape for NES. At some point, I plan on renaming all the files that didn’t scrape, so would you have any tips to ensure the scraper recognizes the title? Particularly a sequel game like Zelda 2? Thanks again!

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