@paradadf my bad. sorry..I had two sets of the roms as different formats.. one format with the .rom extension and the other as the .col extension..
works now.. thx
@paradadf I followed the instructions in the text file that is in the colecovision rom folder called "_readme.text"..
I originally tried as you said to simply put any one or more colecovision rom game in the folder, but the 'ColecoVision' gaming system title didn't even display on the main screen.
In the 4.1 version, I had to follow the "_readme.txt" in order to get it working.. but in either case with the 6.0 release.. neither one displays the gaming title screen of Colecovision
My 4.1 has ColecoVision working on it..
Installed 6.0 on another raspberry pi and followed the instructions, but the listing of console games on the main screen does not display ColecoVision at all.
Is this currently broken in 6.0 which is why you may have disabled it from the main screen?
I have the jzIntv bios zip file.
the readme in the intellivision rom folder is not clear which bios files are needed and do I put them in the same intellivision rom folder along with the rest of the rom games, or am I supposed to create a new folder under \share\bios\machines and drop them in there somewhere?
Fresh install and tried the scraping tool against roms of 6 different consoles (mame, nes, snes, psx, atari2600) using 'The GamesDB' and 'MAMEDB'. I tried both User Deciding Conflicts on/off
'The GamesDB' didn't find any games at all and 'MAMEDB' looked like it was finding my mame games, but during the scraping process the information it was displaying on the screen for each mame game looked corrupted and the end result is that it didn't save any of the corrupted scraping it performed.
I know the games in these 2 scraping sites are there because I have a backup copy from my 4.1 version.
Can someone confirm if the scraping on the latest 6.0 is broken and if I use my backup gameslist and image folder on the 6.0 will work if I copy them over and not break anything?
I have updated to the latest version and if I do not use the 'Favorites' function to mark/add games to my Favorites list, everything works fine.
But if I mark/add one or more games from one or more console systems (mame, neo geo etc) and leave my recalbox idle for up to five minutes, then then controllers are no longer responsive. Recalbox is still working I'm assuming as I hear the music playing and changing. I have to physically unplug\re-plug the power cord to boot it up again.
If I remove the games from the Favorites then the problem goes away.
If I install one version older than the current Recalbox release, the problem is not there.
I'm using SNES-style generic USB controllers that I have been using for over a year now.
any suggestions would be great.
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