@YFZdude It is similar, it has also happened with games that don't have overlays, resetting works sometimes but not very often. sounds like I'll be just waiting for a update. Thanks for your Time
This stopped happening to me when I updated retropie setup to it's latest version "X.X.7" forgot the number but after you are on that version only use retroarch from BINARY and open retroarch in retropie setup.. make sure it is on version 1.8.8 and you shouldn't get this issue anymore.
@mitu That didn't seem to work unfortunately. BUT after getting another batch of ROMs I was able to get them working! Not sure what was happening with the other ROMs since they worked on my PC but these ones seem to work fine. Hopefully I don't have any further issues.
Answered my own question. So my workstation has 3 monitors and a TV, the pi had this issue with the TV and one of them monitors. Works absolutely fine on the other 2 monitors though, and the TV in my living room where this was going to go anyways works fine with it as well.
You should add a proper title for your topic - just saying Help in a Help and Support category is meaningless.
Take a look at https://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/viewtopic.php?f=28&t=58151#p1485558 to diagnose boot problems. Look at the LED flashing patterns on your Pi and compare it to the diagnose info posted in that forum post to see where the boot stops.
@mitu Hey mitu! Thanks for the suggestions. I figured it out after - I simply tried plugging it into a TV instead of my monitor, and no issues - I can see everything just fine. I think I had the wrong resolution settings perhaps, or maybe it was something to do with the high refresh rate. Regardless, thanks!
[libretro ERROR] Error opening file:
/home/thorsten/RetroPie/roms/psx/Destruction Derby Raw (Europe) (En,Fr,De,Es,It)/Destruction Derby Raw (Europe) (En,Fr,De,Es,It) (Track 01).bin
No such file or directory