J'ai trouvé ma même le problème, c'était tout bête.
Mes neveux avaient appuyé sur le bouton select, ce qui a caché tout les jeux qui ne sont pas en favoris.
Il suffisait de rappuyer sur select pour les voir apparaitre !
The problem was solved, just go to advanced settings and then to emulator settings and set the LIBRETRO SNES9X emulator as default, then configure so that each of these games runs on that core, within the game just go to the emulator option (hotkey + B) and configure controller 2 with multitap and have fun with 4 friends. ✌ ✌
@aldébaran Friend thank you so much for replying! Really the command works, but only when I hold the "L + R" before the boot screen, if you don't press the combination it is recognized as "Zhixu Gamepad". In version 8.0.2 the controller was recognized as Nintendo Switch after the entire update process was completed, and then pressing the "L + R" combination the controller assumed as Nintendo Switch.
Could you tell me where I can change this process of recognizing/initiating the control, so that it accepts the combination "L + R", after the entire initialization process is completed?
Friend found the solution: I analyzed the boot order in the boot.list file, and found differences between version 8.0.2 and 8.1. As I did a clean installation of version 8.1 on another card, I replaced this file from 8.0.2 in version 8.1, and with that I returned to the condition I needed: to recognize the control only after the entire system initialization process, and with the combination of the "L + R" buttons, it is possible to activate the control.
Now, all my games are gone, and the N64 console is missing from the options.
The Update does not delete any games.
But it is not possible to upgrade directly from version 6.1.1 to version 8.0, it was necessary to reinstall the system.
Did you do it yourself?
Have you backed up games before and copied them to version 8.0?
Did you put the games in the right format in the right folder?
Do you use an RPi3 then? Rpi3 is not strong enough to emulate the N64 (nor dreamast and PSP), if you overclock it you will be able to run some games better, but even an Rpi4 "suffers" to emulate the N64 (but many users claim that overclocked the Rpi4 runs well on N64 and Dreamcast - I don't have Rpi4 so I can't say for myself).
pour la super nintendo c'est ok, en fait j'avais bien les bon bios mes roms étaient zippé par contre dans le zip j'avais un répertoire, j'ai supprimé celui ci et mit la rom à la racine du zip et ça fonctionne
par contre ça fonctionnait bien en version 7
encore merci j'attend la mise à jour pour la N64
@irineuburin Você não consegue instalar nada no Recalbox, você só consegue configurar o que já vem instalado.
No seu caso provavelmente o problema é que você ainda não adicionou nenhuma ROM (jogo) do N64, e os consoles só aparecem no EmulationStation (a interface gráfica) se houver ao menos 1 jogo no formato certo dentro da pasta certa.
Há milhares de vídeos não oficiais no youtube, muitos em português, e também aqui no fórum há muito conteúdo que da pra usar como referência (lembrando que o fórum possui ferramenta de pesquisa, e as vezes você não acha a resposta em português mas acha em inglês, espanhol ou francês) : https://forum.recalbox.com/category/25/português