Turns out that my bios folder was corrupted somehow. A fresh reinstall of Recalbox fixed the issue.
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My bios files are currently placed in share\bios and they are physically there on the sd card, but not detected by recalbox 7.0.1.
ex. - share\bios\dc\naomi.zip
ex. - share\bios\naomi.zip
red = bios not found
yellow = found, but not matching
green = found and matching
Currently, they are all indicated red. They worked in 7.0 where it was indicated as green/yellow. Anyone have any ideas to why it doesn't detect?
RE: Overclocking Pi4 with recalbox 7
I have tried:
over voltage 6
arm freq 2000
gpu freq 600
I have tested in Raspbian and its been stable, but I'm not sure how to check if the overclock went through when I'm running recalbox. I've tested dreamcast games and they look like they are running the stock values.
I have edited the config.txt found in the /recalbox/config.txt
Any suggestions to how I can check the status of the overclock while running recalbox?
RA controller input #1 & #2
I have 2 usb encoders set up and they work in ES showing controller # 0 and #1.
They are detected when I launch a (MAME) game, however player 1 controls both players 1 and 2 and sometimes when I launch a different emulator (dreamcast), player 1 is controlling player 2 and vice versa.
I manually change the controller configuration in the retro arch menu and save the configuration. Every time the Rpi is rebooted the controller configuration is reset. Is there a way to fix this? (button mapping does not reset)
Overclocking Pi4 with recalbox 7
was just wondering if it is possible to overclock the pi 4 with recalbox 7 installed.
Would it work through emulation station terminal or config file?
There is an overclock option in the advanced settings, but it only has the "NONE" option.