GurgelBrannare OK, that could be your problem. GnGeo is notoriously 'picky' on ROMS, the EXACT revision must be used and iMAME4ALL is only compatible with a few selected Neo-Geo Titles. For the best results use FBA, it runs pretty much EVERY Neo-Geo Title. If it still refuses to run correctly try a Neo-Geo Bios from another source. Edit - 'but how do I check that?'
It would probably be in the Emulation Station Front End configuration File, I cant assist much there as I don't use RetroPie (or Emulation Station) but there should be an answer in the RetroPie Forum Here. GurgelBrannare I haven't noticed any issues with PiFBA (I only run my RPi at Medium: 900MHz). One thing you have to remember with emulation is that it attempts to replicate 'exactly' every nuance of the original hardware, often for technical and timing reasons. Many Systems often suffered 'slow down', even Arcade Hardware, this will be replicated in emulators. The Neo-Geo is one of the few Systems I have never owned, too expensive at the time and more so now!
Neogeo.zip in mame4all - what and where to put exactly? Please do not. Neo-geo.rom, ng-sfix.rom, ng. Sorry, I thought the neogeo bios was okay, but I see that.
But certain games do suffer from 'slow down', the most obvious example being Metal Slug 2, it was so bad they re-released it as Metal Slug X to address the problem! GurgelBrannare If you can use 'top' in another terminal then you can determine if the processor is maxed out? Wii Xenoblade Iso Jpn Torrent on this page. If the processor is ~95% utilized then you could try using 'chrt' and set the running application to a real-time scheduling policy to gain some more processor time but other applications will have long latencies and I have seen latencies in X window keyboard input which would be unacceptable for gaming.
I don't think using Composite instead of HDMI will make any difference unless the GPU is maxed out (which is very unlikely). Code: DESCNAME=NeoGeo NAME=neogeo PATH=/home/pi/RetroPie/roms/neogeo EXTENSION=.zip.ZIP COMMAND=/home/pi/RetroPie/supplementary/runcommand/runcommand.sh 1 '/home/pi/RetroPie/emulators/pifba/fba2x%ROM%' So I think I'm using the right one. @ric_rpi I'm sorry I don't quite understand what/ how/ why I'm supposed to that, probably above my current knowledge of the system. Edit: I tried top and I see that it's sort of a task manager(?) but I don't get how I'm supposed to start that while in the emulator. GurgelBrannare It looks from the Emulation Station script that you are using PiFBA (I cant be sure as I don't use it).
Just to check, in the folder '/home/pi/RetroPie/emulators/pifba' if two Binary executables (cog/gear symbol) fba2x (command line version) and fbacapex (GUI version) its the right one as the RetroArch core will be a.so (Shared Object library file). As ric_rpi said, you wont get any improved performance using analogue connection, in fact it may be worse as analogue sound is much more processor intensive than digital (HDMI).
Thanks for all the help, I should really set up a ssh connection to it especially now when I have done something stupid. I tried to set up so that emulation station started automatically by adding it to rs.local the thing is that apparently it starts too quick so it freezes and I can't get to the file and change it back. And the file on the Sd card seams to be unreachable when put in a windows computer. I think Ill download some Linux live distro and boot it from a USB stick on the computer and see if I can get to the file, unless there isn't a simpler way. GurgelBrannare wrote:I tried to set up so that emulation station started automatically by adding it to rs.local the thing is that apparently it starts too quick so it freezes and I can't get to the file and change it back. And the file on the Sd card seams to be unreachable when put in a windows computer.
I think Ill download some Linux live distro and boot it from a USB stick on the computer and see if I can get to the file, unless there isn't a simpler way. ALWAYS make a back up of your image so if you do something wrong or do an update which corrupts the data it can be easily re-flashed and Windows cant see a Linux data partition, only the boot/kernel (which is 58 MEG). We've all done it, I once re-flashed my RPi SD card and was confused when booting it hadn't changed? My heart sank when I realised my portable HD was still plugged in! I had just deleted all the data on a 1TB HD and turned it into a 58MEG drive!!!
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