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  • supraman215
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    Issue resolved. Power was the issue. Using a 1A power supply now working fine.

    I was wondering, why would plugging in the HDMI help? Then I remembered HDMI provides a little bit of power. I had an older PC and when I’d plug the HDMI from the receiver into it one of the fans would start spinning, even with the AC unplugged.

    supraman215
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    Also, there si a multicolored square that shows up in the top right corner of the screen when the HDMI is not plugged in.

    supraman215
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    Retroarch is using the FCEUMM core. Not sure whioch one that is. I’ve got it OC’d to 1ghz. Genesis is now playing well nes is still slow.

    Ok I got the speed issue solved completely. Updated overclocking setttings, will post, 2.1amp power supply. and 44100 khz sound for retroarch. I still dont’ have meupen64 completely working but that’s next step. I LOVE GoldenEye and Mario Kart!

    supraman215
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    Oh sorry. I’ll check the core. But every system is experiencing the same slowness I checked a couple TGfx16, Genesis, and SNES games. All with the same audio issues. and slowness. I may create a new image. But that is time I don’t think I want to spend again.

    supraman215
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    Top shows nothing running.


    @haydendavenport2

    go back to the previous page at the bottom.

    Jeff

    supraman215
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    stella is the NES emulator I believe? I could do a top with an SSH connection but then I have to plug in the wifi and that can cause slowdowns as well

    supraman215
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    in reply to: Retroarch Configs #90504

    I will do all the modifications to retroarch.cfg manually as you suggested. Also I didn’t use the retropie SD image, I installed raspabian then retropie on top of that. I want this machine to have multiple uses. Thanks!

    supraman215
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    wow the link to git SOLVED MY PROBLEM PERFECTLY! thanks so much!!

    Jeff

    supraman215
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    Check the ownership of the folder that holds the es_config file make sure it’s the same user you’re running es as. NOT root. lots of my folders were owned by root so nothing would save.

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