Check the md5sum of the bios, and make sure it is named exactly as listed - the filename is case sensitive I am stuck, what exactly would you like to know? I am a newbie here to Rasberry Pi and RetroPie. The cue file was a bit picky seems to expect numbers like 01, 02. That's what I don't understand. At least, I've tried it several times and it doesn't for me. You need to have the game in a format that the core understands. I have used the standalone Mednafen in the past and it does get the job done but it's so messy. .
I had a hard time finding the few working emulators, so I post the results here. My cd game cue and bin file not match? Which, in this setup that was a simple switch to point it at a different emu. Extract the ips patch file, run it and point to your syscard3. I remembered that in a very limited case, it was necessary to use a lower version but I can confirm that the file with tha crc i mentionned is working indeed. Don't ask for or link directly to pirated software or copyrighted material without permission of the copyright holder. So, for instance, when I play Fighting Street it boots up syscard2 for the TurboGrafx file, and then syscard3 when I need to play something like Castlevania - Rondo of Blood? If you run it form the command line you can see why it crashed.
I am simply showing a simple little patch I found over at romhacking. Bios files are all there and in the right place. The game just bypasses that screen and auto loads the game. This would fix my issue with the new Mednafen Saturn core too, since the controls map differently than in Yabause. You will miss the wall and land to the right of both loose tiles.
We know everyone has them, but let's keep these out of this sub. So many awesome updates and thanks to everyone who works to make this amazing. I had to rename it to syscard3. After you climb down and are behind the pillar, just jump right. It technically could work, but I would be surprised. I could be completely way off bass here though.
No, I am not linking to any bios files or asking for them. Make a backup of your working file just in case something goes wrong. I just get returned to the main screen. Any help would be greatlu appreciated. The problem is that it is too fast.
It is installed - it's not working because you either have the wrong bios or the file is not named correctly. Bios files are all there and in the right place. All off-topic posts will be removed. So can I just add iso to the list without any hickups or losing the ability to play normal turbogfx games? Roms have been loaded into the roms share and bios is in the bios share. The name and location of the firmware files are very specific.
I can't seem to get anything with a downloaded bios to run. It works fine, just a bit slow. I just tested this, not making it up. Thanks for this version Slaanesh and of course Exophase. I could be completely way off bass here though. So if the R button is mapped to something else, Menu can't be mapped somewhere else. Awakened;52027: A cleaner way to do that would be to use per game overrides with different system folders set.