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Resident Evil 3 ps1 issues



  • ive tried multiple backups of my resident evil 3, and randomly the game will freeze for about 20sec during loading using the psx emulator any ideas?



  • @lovelorn88 to assist those that can help, please add the following as per the forum help guidelines;

    https://retropie.org.uk/forum/topic/3/read-this-first

    Pi Model or other hardware: (B, B+, 2 B, 3, X86 PC etc..)
    Power Supply used: (If using a Pi)
    RetroPie Version Used (eg 3.6, 3.8.1, 4.1 - do not write latest):
    Built From: (Pre made SD Image on RetroPie website, Berryboot, or on top of existing OS etc.. - please provide the filename of any image used)
    USB Devices connected:
    Controller used:
    Error messages received:
    Log found in /dev/shm/runcommand.log (if relevant):
    Guide used: (Mention if you followed a guide)
    File: (File with issue - with FULL path)
    Emulator: (Name of emulator - if applicable)
    Attachment of config files: (PLEASE USE PASTEBIN.COM FOR LARGE LOGS)
    How to replicate the problem:



  • omg... look ONLY RE3 does this.... why would you need ANY of that info? outa 8000 games i have ONLY RE3 does that and i have 166 ps1 games on my pi image..... so what does my power supply have to do with any of that? none of that info is gonna solve the issue at all.... smh



  • @goobatroopa lol feels like a bot response



  • @lovelorn88 said in Resident Evil 3 ps1 issues:

    omg... look ONLY RE3 does this.... why would you need ANY of that info? outa 8000 games i have ONLY RE3 does that and i have 166 ps1 games on my pi image..... so what does my power supply have to do with any of that? none of that info is gonna solve the issue at all.... smh

    Power Supply? Is sometimes responsible for some weird things you can not imagine. So please add your info as good as you can esp. the image you are using



  • @cyperghost ..... the official Pi power supply....... is there a resident evil 3 power supply?



  • @lovelorn88 you are asking people to diagnose your problems for free with their own free time. If you cant spend a moment to give the info requested of you why should we spend the time trying to diagnose your issue? There are variables such as unreliable power supply, unstable overclock settings etc. that can all play a part in causing issues. Apparently though you are already an expert on these things to give such snarky responses to a simple information request. Perhaps you already know enough to solve your own issue?



  • @quicksilver lol because all of my stuff is the same as everyone elses, my controller for example isnt going to matter not to mention my power supply is the pi power supply and no overlocking my god, this community is something else LOL i bring up a issue with re3 on the pi outa the 100s and 1000s of games on my image and everyone wants to make it difficult LOL but i guess im missing something, ill go hunt done the correct power supply for resident evil 3..... smh



  • Possible causes to the problem

    -Resident evil 3 has some sort of issue being emulated
    -You inadvertedly changed a setting that messed it up when you were trying to get save states working smoothly
    -Your power supply is bad
    -Your power supply is not up to snuff (seemingly not the case if it's the included power supply)
    -Your Rom file is corrupted somehow

    But we won't know without you being cooperative and providing the information requested!
    So stop being an ass or get off this forum please. I did not come back here after over a year away from this project to see people being a child toward those who are giving their all to make this project as amazing as it is.



  • @lovelorn88 I can assure you that I'm not (though I suspect this may be something a bot would say to prevent their true identity being outed)

    The irony of this thread is that had you replied with the aforementioned info, you would've had an answer by now and could be kicking back with a beer playing your favourite retro PlayStation title.

    Instead youve gone out of your way to ridicule and moan on multiple occasions and you're still none the wiser.

    Sheesh.



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