SOLVED 3D0 Freeze at logo on Recalbox 7.1.1
I have a problem with the 3D0 roms on recalbox 7.1.1.
I tried to load them and the launch, pass the room set, and then display the 3D0 logo, then...nothing. I can got to the menu, or return to recalbox, but none of the games work.
I have played these rooms on the 6.1.1, on pi3, on retropie...
So the rooms should actually work. Also the Bios have been updated to the certifies green thumbs M5 ones.
acris last edited by acris
fisrt, remapp your gamepad in Emulationstation > configure gamepad
try again, and they dont play,
launch game and go to /system/logs, and upload all files inside folder.
Not sure i understand. I did the remap. Still the same
Went to log while launching the game...not much more chances here.
The logo appear, then it freezes.
I really tried everything, with different versions of the bios and nothing changes. I cannot run any 3DO games that run on Recalbox 6.1.1 on Pi3 and Retropie with same bios on pi4.
Any thoughts ?
@Benzitor hi, i don't think there were a bump of 4do. Your romset is a redump one ? Did you try with a 3do redump rom ? Just to be sure that roms are not the problem. And reinstall the right bios, with the right md5 (check it in the ES menu, green thumb)
I finally got to load the games. I already had redumps, so it was a problem of bios set on the emulator. It was set on a Sharp... After i switched to the original Pana1.0 US M5 it worked out perfectly.
Thanks again for all
WSP77 last edited by
Ressurecting the post: I had tried two games in 3DO (The Horde and Road Rash) and none of them works well, so much stuttering... I'm using Pi 3 +.
RustyMG last edited by RustyMG
@WSP77 Sounds about right.
The Pi 4 isn't really upto 3DO, Atari Jaguar, or Sega Saturn emulation.
I tried about 70 3DO games on my Pi3 and Pi4.
On the Pi4 of the games that worked, only 43 Id consider playable at a decent frame rate.
On the Pi3, the only games that were playable, for me, were:
Alone In The Dark 2
@WSP77 Hi, all my 3DO games launch, but on a Pi3b/b+, games are still a bit slow. On a Pi4, it's correct. You may try to O/C your Pi3b (take care to keep it cold !)