@jikkiu guarda io possiedo una Samsung evo 64 gb micro sd xc classe u1 e funziona bene prova a formattarla con sd fornmatter che il tool ufficiale della sd associetion https://www.sdcard.org/downloads/index.html se non funziona hai probabilmente un fake chye su amazon e simili girano molto e se puoi prova con un lettore diverso
here is the correct code to mount (according that my ISO is in a directory called "source_cd", and need to be call "source~1" in DOS mode :
imgmount D "C:\source~1\scream.cue" -t iso -fs iso
Then, you have to call "install" (from d:) to install the game, then "setup" (from c:) to configure it, and finaly launch the game with "S2" (from c:) ... and lets play (after few try, I get it working, can't understand why it doesn't on the first one) !
yes indeed it is native and integrated to ES on recalbox 4.0.0 Once your external device selected in ES, the system will reboot. During this reboot, recalboxOS will create a folder recalbox on the root of your device. This folder contains all folder/files of your /share partition. Only to add you personal files to your external device using your PC, and boot recalbox.
Well now that you have another card that is compatible with Pi2 maybe you should try to clone your install from the Samsung to the card from 7dayshop 😛 Cloning the SD card is simple. Just follow these steps: Get everything set up just the way you want it on your Raspberry Pi, whatever you're using it for. Then shut down the Pi and remove the SD card. Insert the SD card into your computer. Start up Win32DiskImager, a program that you probably have from when you first set up your Pi. (If you're on OS X or Linux, you'll have to use the dd command as described here instead of these steps). In the "Image File" box, enter the path of your soon-to-be image file. For example, I put mine in C:\Users\Whitson\images\myraspbmc.img Under the "Device" box, select your SD card. Click the "Read" button to create the image file from your card. When it's done creating the image file, you can eject your SD card and put it back in your Raspberry Pi. Keep that IMG file in a safe place.