Sega CD – Out Of Memory

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This topic contains 5 replies, has 2 voices, and was last updated by Profile photo of proxycell proxycell 2 years, 5 months ago.

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  • #82363
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    mikesq
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    I am in need of a little bit of help.

    I get an error whenever I try to load Sega CD games.

    The error is Out of Memory and then quits back to ES.

    Is this a common error for Sega CD games?

    It is vexing because I am not sure what is actually wrong.

    Any help would be great.

    Thanks

    #82391
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    proxycell
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    are you loading the games from inside of ZIP files?
    please let me know as I am currently troubleshooting game issues, include Sega CD!

    Which games have thrown this error for you?

    #82392
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    mikesq
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    I have the .bin and .cue files in the roms folder.

    The two games I tried were Lunar: Silver Star and Lunar: Eternal Blue.

    Thanks.

    #82395
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    proxycell
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    ok, have you overclocked? what is your memory split? are you loading the CUE file or the BIN file?

    i am able to get both games running currently

    • This reply was modified 2 years, 5 months ago by Profile photo of proxycell proxycell.
    #82397
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    mikesq
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    Ok, so I was overclocked at Medium, but I changed it to High and the games loaded.

    Thank you for your assistance.

    #82400
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    proxycell
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    no problemo, i’m currently running TURBO actually and its very stable for me. I have tried going over this as many people have suggested I try it but I have yet to find a stable OC that is above the recommended limit that comes with the pi.

    are you running this on a TV/monitor? could you SSH into the PI and check your temperatures please. i strongly recommend that you get heatsink’d now that you are on a higher OC.

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