Bon j'ai refais une installation à nouveau.
La seule chose que je n'ai pas faite c'est configurer la partie Réseau WIFI (ni en Manuel, ni en WPS)..... et aprés plein de reboot redémarrage, tout est fonctionnel coté SSD.
Je n'ai pas trop compris ..... en tout cas problème partiellement résolu donc.
@jor2404 N64 is a heavy emulator, I don't recommend using high resolution textures on an Rpi4. I have an Rpi3 and I understand that although it is possible to play some N64 games on it, the hardware is not powerful enough to deliver optimal performance in all games. Rpi4 runs much better than N64, but still, the hardware is not powerful enough to be considered excellent.
If you want excellent graphics quality and performance on the N64, you will need a more powerful computer than an Rpi4.
Please use the forum's search tool and check if one of the many posts talking about N64 helps you:
I’ve experienced the “missing HDMI” option when my TV is turned off (or perhaps on the wrong input??) while the Recalbox is booting. Not sure on the exact timing but it’s definitely fixable 100% of the time if the TV is turned on first.
I didn’t used to have this issue before 8.x series Recalbox so not sure what may have changed in I guess the RPi firmware or perhaps the Linux kernel side. I suspect the hdmi_forceplug or one of those boot options will fix the issue but I no longer use HDMI so can’t test.
Heck, you could even use a boot option to lock-in HDMI as the only audio choice if you don’t care about easy access to the audio jack functionality!
If possible I would also like to downgrade to version 7.2.2
It's not possible. We only support the latest official version, so we only distribute the latest official version.
I had the same issue and updated today to version 8.1
It is common for users to believe they have "the same problem", without reporting their real situation, and that they are different things, so open a new topic, with as much information as possible, about hardware, about what you've already tried, etc, because this topic is from another version and may not be directly related as it seems.
@karlo8321 To get rid of my BT problem - too low BT range with Pi 4B and/or RB 8 - I've tried 3 different USB BT dongles that worked fine in past with Pi 3B. None of them is working at all with Pi 4B and/or RB 8. Not any bluetooth device is found, as soon I connect one of these dongles.
I hope it's just a software issue, as I would prefer using the interneral BT of Pi 4B anyway. I've never had a range issue in the long past, just used BT dongles with Pi3 B (non +) because of the bad latency. With Pi 3B+ everything was fine. I switched to RB 8.0.x in parallel with the switch to Pi 4B, so I can't tell if hardware (Pi 4B) or software (RB 8.0.x) causes the range issue. Anyway, the fact that my USB dongles do not work at all should be caused by software.
@bguezet En fait j'ai aussi trouvé des cheats permettant 30 FPS avec la version UCES01401 de ghost of sparta. Mais je ne sais pas si je peux donner des cheats code sur ce forum donc tu peux trouver facilement sur Google avec le bon numéro de rom ( et trouver la bonne rom).
IMPORTANT : pour que les cheats fonctionnent, ne pas charger une partie par la sauvegarde de l'émulateur mais par un sauvegarde "normale" du jeu. Ou recommencer depuis le début.
renamed the "recalbox" dir on the external ext4 hdd to backup, restarted (with the hdmi_group=1,hdmi_mode=4,golbal.videomode options set). system created a new recalbox directory on the external hdd as if it was a new install and now everything works. just have to move the games back to the roms dir now from the backup dir.