MattE888 wrote:mikealbert wrote:mikealbert wrote:What's the best way to troubleshoot cores that fail to launch? Haven't used my MiSTer in a couple months, so I ran the updater script to get the latest files. Now I'm just seeing a black screen whenever I launch the NES or SNES core. I wiped my sd card, ran a fresh install and everything is working again. Any ideas of how to troubleshoot that sort of issue?
I should have mentioned earlier, but I'm seeing a black screen after hitting F12 and selecting a ROM.
I have the same problem. Did you find an answer?
Methanoid wrote:5) RTC board - Wiki says dont need this if you connect to net and use that for time. No RJ45 anywhere so only if I buy a compatible WiFi dongle yes?
wolfme wrote:Methanoid wrote:5) RTC board - Wiki says dont need this if you connect to net and use that for time. No RJ45 anywhere so only if I buy a compatible WiFi dongle yes?
Uh, did i miss somenthing? Is there a new DE10 Nano board out?
Mine has RJ45 LAN...
Lynkk wrote:Hello, I was wondering if it is possible to save data from a game acting as a bootrom (ex: SNES.rom)? Currently we can't, is there a way? Thank you.
since now, i am a new Mister's owner, after tried sometimes that of my friend, at the end it's my birthday (15 June) gift
It's all still quite hard to understand for me (after about 3 years of Mist and then Mistica) but MC on Linux is wonderfull (and boot from a usb device is same!)
now i ask for begin a pair of things please..
486 core, which files i need to put into sd card?
arcade cores, which roms i need to put into sd card, mame ones?
ScummVM, should i install it by hand?
Thank you all
spidersfrommars wrote:For 486 you need to make a vhd and install dos or some sort of os on it. I recommend making vhd with virtualbox and installing the os with it.
arcade cores you run the script for each one with the mame files and it makes the folders for you. Or you can try smoke monster packs, but i never tried them.
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