@dankcushions said in Mupen-glide crashing: @quicksilver no problem :) my understanding with a beefier power supply (eg, the official raspberry pi one), you can still use that case. I wonder if that would even work. Like I said I never had issues with the lightning bolt icon showing up except while running cpu-burn (probably not many people running that). Only running mupen64-glide for long periods of time revealed that the nespi case was causing power fluctuations. All other emulators seemed to run fine and I have been using the case for over two months now. There are probably a lot of people who think that by making the lightning bolt icon go away that they have solved their voltage issues with the nespi case, but I would bet that they havent actually solved it.