As touched upon in one of my earlier posts, I was intending to use "ken rename" to bulk rename the game files and the associated image files, then do a "search & replace" in the xml file to refer to the new file names.
Thankfully, nexusone13 tested my files and had the exact same problems as myself, and renamed the files for me, removing the 3 spaces in each file name.
This seems to have done the trick - it looks as if it was the spaces causing the issue and not the "STE" in the filenames.
To be honest, I wasnt sure it would be the STE causing the issue, as there are games out there that have those letters in the file with no problems (eg any game with the word "step" in the title).
Anyway, with the 3 spaces removed, I have booted up the ST emulator, played games, reset the Pi, shut it down, did a quick shut down as well, put the usb stick in my PC and booted up ARRM, and........everything now seems fine !
Thanks for all the help (especially nexusone13), and suggestions everyone.
Credo che siamo giunti alla soluzione finale che l'unico metodo per inserire le roms o qualsiasi altro file all'interno dell'immagine è solo tramite rete.
ma ciò non toglie che continuerò a provare in tutti i modi per cercare una possibile soluzione per rendere questa procedura meno macchinosa....quello che volevo riusciare a fare avrebbe risolto il problema di molti.
Grazie di cuore a tutti, in particolar modo a voi che avete in tutti i modi cercato di trovare una soluzione al mio quesito. @theknob@Zing
P.S. Se prima o poi troverò una soluzione, sarà mia premura inserirla qui, per l'utilità di tutti.
I would need this option to remove duplicate games/damaged roms. I currently have over 10,000 games that would make it easier to remove them from the disk. I've looked for a little recalbox and found the file names after entering the game file options but it takes a bit more time.
@Gaetan I guess I'm not coming across clearly so let me site an example...
Open a game in mame, for example, CONTRA > Make a custom controller input in this game using retroarch then > "save remap file".
The game will save a configuration file in a config file somewhere named "contra.cfg"
Next, open another game in mame for example METAL SLUG. Now this time I want the controls that I've inputed in CONTRA to be the loaded on METAL SLUG so, > "Load remap file" > select "contra.cfg"
I don't know why but I can't load the contra.cfg onto my METAL SLUG controls. I just want to have 1 .cfg file to load to my other game so I don't have to manually change every controls on every game. I know this is possible, I just don't know how.