I do have a question about those with bin/cue file formats for PS1. It appears like this because the folders are in the ps1 rom folder, I did not take the contents and just throw them straight into the directory because I like to keep things organized. Are they supposed to be in a folder with their respective bin/cue files?
You don't see the scraper/boxart info until you click on it, this is how they appear so far.
You can convert .bin/.cue sets to .chd using the CHDMAN tool, to clean up your folders to one file per disc (and potentially also save some space.) This will allow you to keep them all in the root psx folder without being too cluttered up with .bin's and .cue's. After this (you might need to re-scrape your games so it associates the new filenames), the menu art should again work as expected: https://retropie.org.uk/docs/CHD-files/#creating-chds-from-cd-roms
Then, for multi-disc games, you can rename the .chd's to .cd1, .cd2 etc. (to hide them from the gamelist) and use .m3u playlist files to clean up your game list menu to one menu item per game. Another advantage of this is on-the-fly disc swapping through the Retroarch menu, and easier save file management (one save file per game, named after the .m3u playlist, instead of a separate file for each disc named after the disc): https://retropie.org.uk/docs/Playstation-1/#m3u-playlists-for-cue-bins-or-chds
When you update, you have a message stating that your current OS version is no longer supported, since the Raspbian version used by your system is too old (based on the Debian 'Jessie' release, which hasn't seen any updates in the last 3 years).
To get updates, you need to re-install your system using a recent RetroPie image (4.7.1). You can backup your ROMs and configurations from the existing image before using the new image, then transfer them back to your new installed system - see https://retropie.org.uk/docs/Updating-RetroPie/#backup-option-2.
@x20011I got that message the first time I tried to install desktop, pixel or the raspberry OS or whatever you want to call it, from retropie.
Fixed by re-burning the retopie image, Installing the Safe Shutdown and OSD Software on the PiBoy DMG.
After this I installed pixel and it worked.
But all this in my model 4.
@androidonpi The errors appears because you're running RetroPie from the desktop environment. As @dankcushions mentioned, this is not a supported configuration. On the Pi4, drastic will run by starting an X server first (as a few other ports already do), if you're already running in a desktop environment, that won't work.