N64 crashing?

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    spy64
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    Hey guys,

    So I recently started over and imaged a 64GB card with the new Retropie 3.0 Beta for My Pi2. The good news, controller config issues I was having are now magically gone. The pain point for this topic is that whenever I try to launch any N64 game it goes to the balck screen where it says “to configure” blah blah blah “hit X or M” blah blah blah you see before the game actually launches… and then goes right back to the game selection screen. Any thoughts?

    #96590

    herbfargus
    Member

    If your ROMs are in zip format extract them and see if that makes any difference.

    #96627

    spy64
    Participant

    ok i extracted SM64 and tried it, but had the same symptoms. ;-/

    #96633

    herbfargus
    Member

    You could also try changing the emulator using the x or m menu option as you launch a ROM, you could try installing mupen64plus testing from the experimental menu option in the setup script and then selecting it as an emulator in the x or m menu. I’ve just conceded that its too much of a headache to try and configure each game with the perfect settings to make it barely work. I stick with a PC for n64 emulation. It is also possible you have a bad source of ROMs. You could test them on a PC with project 64 to see if they work.

    #96652

    phoenix
    Participant

    I have found that a “kick-back” to the ES menu almost always means a bad ROM.

    Several N64 games work just fine, like Mario Kart, but you need to install the “testing” version of MUPEN64plus as already pointed out. I second herbfargus’s idea to test the ROMS on Project 64 (to rule that error source out).

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