- Fix UAE configuration for CDTV/CD32
- Fix UAE kickstart copy for WHDL games
Or what is the idea, that each ROM has to be configured on its own (e.g. within Retroarch / Op
tions / Input configuration ?)
You can customize the controls via the Retroarch menu as you mentioned, it is possible to save a configuration by core or by game, as you prefer.
Another option is to try this with Configuration overload:
i'm trying the quasi88 emulator
Hi! I don't use this emulator, and my best reference about it is the libretro documentation:
As I don't know much about this emulator, what I can suggest is that you check your BIOS.
Also, what version of Recalbox are you using (say the version, don't say "the latest")?
Did you build your Recalbox yourself, or are you using a ready-made image from the internet as a base?
Can you test on another computer and see if the result is better?
retroarch allows only one folder to define where the save states are stored
I think you are wrong on that point. Retroarch allows you to save a configuration for each core. And in this configuration, you can define the saves folder. You can automatically customize this in Windows.
Theoretically (as I have never tested), you can customize this in Recalbox in the same way, you just need to navigate the Retroarch menu, and define the saves folder. The path in the Retroarch menu in Recalbox and Windows is the same.
Apparently you are disregarding the possibility of creating a customized configuration file for each emulator/core, and for that reason you are not succeeding: if you use only one configuration file, there is no way to put more than one path...
instalei o emulationstation aqui
Desculpe, mas esse é o fórum do Recalbox, só damos suporte a dúvidas/problemas relacionados diretamente com o Recalbox, não para o Emulationstation do Windows.
@HotaruSama Okay, unfortunately I can't help you more than that, I recommend that you open an isse on Gitlab (on this link: https://gitlab.com/recalbox/recalbox/-/issues), describe your problem as you did here, and add the link to this topic.
In the bios checking menu there is no Playstation sectio
Enter the BIOS CHECKER MENU again, at the bottom left, the fourth icon indicates that to display all systems it is necessary to press the X button on the joystick. Do this, and see if you have all the BIOS, and if they are recognized.
And unfortunately there is no solution in the topic you mentioned.
Maybe, but there are some possibilities in it, and there is an explanation on how to check the BIOS, there would be no reason to try to help you if you didn't even try to read the basic instructions.
In addition, there is a possibility that I have already mentioned:
Test on another computer, if it works, the incompatibility is between your computer and the emulator, and there is nothing to do.
Je possède un NAS dans lequel j'ai 2 dossiers
Avec un NAS il est très facile de changer le montage SMB en même temps que la résolution dnas le recalbox.conf
Possèdes-tu un NAS ?
Sinon ca va etre bien plus compliqué