@Benzitor It's not about standards, adding an emulator knowing that almost none of its popular exclusives (panzer dragoon, virtua cop, sega rally, daytona usa, shining force 3, radiant silvergun, ...) will run "full speed" can only cause frustration (and i consider it would still be acceptable if the game had no slowdown while skipping 1/3 of its frames, but we aren't even there). And unlike the systems you mention, saturn is actually a popular system which is requested a lot, so the amount of users complaining because it run like crap would be on a different scale.
@codaa merci d utiliser ton sujet intial . Je te le redis en français
la partition root est en lecture si tu veux faire des manipulations il faut la passer en écriture. et il est conseillé de dézipper sur son pc et de transférer les fichiers ensuite. Recalbox est minimaliste.
Finished! Ok so the damage wasn't nearly as bad as i thought. Out of 700'ish games between Mame and Final Burn sections, 48 didn't work. And then there was a lot of strange name altering and missing images that made it look a lot worse.
No special fixes. I just bite the bullet and put in the effort to fix everything. Besides redownloading stuff, i also moved some things from Final Burn to Mame section. Due to mame having multiple emulator versions (Mame 2003, 2010, etc) for increased compatibility. Final Burn Neo only had the (1) emu running, and no selectable alternatives.
As for all the naming problems and image issues, i just manually went into the gameslist.XML and what not, and fixed it by hand. It was all a huge pain in the butt since everything works/looks fine on my Pi3 build, and all my files were just a copy & paste of that. Whatever, i just put in the work.
Other than that, the 64-bit Pc version of Recalbox is running nicely. Only other issue is, for systems that require a bios? When selecting a game a warning ALWAYS pops up, saying i don't have the bios required, and asking me if i want to continue. Even though the games load Perfectly everytime. Seems to do this for all systems that require a bios of any kind. I have all my bios in the proper spot, which is why my games load fine.
@OMGdaDPS Can you try to flash the system on a hard drive?
Installation on sd and usb stick is strongly discouraged on Pc.
Please give us a return
The reason I ask this is because there are literally only two ways to install according to the Github page in english. One is for the Pi, which doesn't apply to me, and the other is to flash the image to an SD card or USB stick (using win32diskimager) and booting into it (I guess, as it doesn't really say much) Here are the instructions I am referring to.
Since it's a 64 bit Atom processor you could try using Hiren's Boot PE, load balena Etcher portable and the uncompressed x64 image on your hirens USB, and then write to the storage. It should work, but in all reality you probably won't get the greatest performance.
I used a Hiren's Boot USB (the new PE version) with etcher portable and the image unzipped. You then use the same process as others have described, but make sure etcher is in "dangerous" mode (or whatever it's called) so it can write to large disks.
@heatseeker It is not so simple, dual boot with windows is very annoying, you have to redo grub, and originally the SHARE partition is not visible in Windows, as some imagine, because it is in a format that is only recognized by Linux.
The most complete tutorial I know is: https://forum.recalbox.com/topic/15678/dualboot-recalbox-windows-sur-pcs-laptops-avec-bios-ou-uefi
It's in French, but you can use google translator like I do.
If you google search, you'll find other tutorials too, but what I know is this. Recalling that developers do not recommend dual boot, for several factors, but it is possible.
I do not know the computer you're quoting, but are you sure it's compatible with Recalbox? I know the current BETA is getting very good, and very compatible, but I can not say it's compatible with the model you mentioned (I'm not saying it's not compatible, I'm making it clear that I do not know this computer model, and I do not know if it is), if you're sure it's compatible, great.
If you don't have a second system around, you could also boot the target system using any live Linux distribution available on CD or DVD, e.g. Debian or Ubuntu.
Then within that running Linux system, download the recalbox image and burn it (with etcher or any tool you like) onto the hard disk.
Okay je viens de comprendre. Je vais donc réinstaller RecalBox + Raspbian pour recommencer... car aucun jeu ne marche (MarioKart sur N64, mais aussi d'autres jeux sur SuperNintendo, etc.).
Si tu sais comment réinitialiser RecalBox sans avoir à le réinstaller, je veux bien ^^