I just moved out all the NeoGeo games from the Fba folder and put them in neogeo. Then using fba to run them.
So when doing that the *.fs and *.nv files wind up in the correct folder specified in the Retroarch.cfg file for neogeo.
[Redacted]uses the 0.164 romset for all of their MAME files, so don't use them (none of the pi emulators use that romset, AFAIK). Giving out links to roms is a strict no-no on this board (for obvious reasons). My best advice is to learn to torrent. That's how I've acquired my MAME and FBA romsets.
Since posting have solved my own problem and have the game working.
I was using a USB stick for my roms,
When I first started my retropie I was using incompatible rom sets, as I deleted them and replaced them with newer rom sets I feel maybe the SD card was re-copying the old wjammers rom file rather than replacing it with the newer and correct file
Frustrating...! But I hope this helps someone,
if anyone could shed some light on how to stop SD card re-copying unwanted files onto USB Would be much appreciated
@meleu I got you, that's exactly what I ended up doing. Thanks again for the assistance with that. Sorry I've had a long day and my communication skills are at a minimum right now which is what my wife has recently told me. ;-) Thanks again.
So an update here after some playing around I am noticing that the runcommand is not saving the any video resolutions I change. I thought it was only changing resolution thus the aspect ratio wasn't changing but apparently it should also be changing aspect ration since its in the options. When I press select on my DS3 to change an option it doesn't see to show the option change in the parenthesis. So I think this is actually a runcommand issue?
Ok Guys... today building went fine \o/ I trust the root cause was overheating. In fact we suffered from an impressive heatwave over there and like me my pi didn't enjoy it!!! I do confirm: I've changed nothing compare to yesterday (despite my low disk space, power plug and "lower" overclock settings :p)
I feel better now first because the air temperature is way more acceptable for a human being (and for the pi). Second because my setup is not at fault and I know that I got an up to date and proper raspbian version. All good news. Thanks a lot for the support and sorry for that post, useless in fact :(