PSX BIOS NOT WORKING
The extension is wrong, because Linux is case sensitive, so it should be
also got the program that you said and nothing in the SHM folder opened with WINSCP
Make sure you search for the file immediately after starting the emulator and don't reboot the system - the file is erased when you reboot.
Make sure you search for the file immediately after starting the emulator and don
Changed it to all caps went to the system opened the command line and searched that after that i went to see if theres the bios and still no bios.. i dont know what im doing wrong i think i have to delete the retropie and reinstall it maybe i did something wrong with the settings or who knows cause im new to the retropie thing.
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I had same issue. I had to put the file in the BIOS folder and inside the ~/roms/psx folder too
Tried that too but didnt work i guess ill try it again with diffrent some other bios us-eu
If you're using
pcsx_rearmedas emulator, then the only BIOS is recognises is the
SCHP1001.BINone; the Libretro core (
lr-pcsx-rearmed) can use other BIOS files and it doesn't care about upper/lower case. However, the standalone emulator (
pcsx_rearmed) is the one recommended for a Pi0/1, since the Libretro core is too slow for those models.
So which one are you using ? How are you searching for the log file ?
using the SCHP1001.BIN i have it in the BIOS folder but it doesen't get recognized when im opening the games it tells me No bios for playstation and if i hold a button a go to the menu theres no other to select and there is the default one lr-pcsx-rearmed
Without a log file (
/dev/shm/runcommand.log) it's hard to say why it's not working - having the right BIOS file in the BIOS folder it's enough.
Maybe you've changed the settings in RetroArch and it doesn't know where to find the BIOS ?
Can you give me a simple step by step on how to check that on the retro arch.
Tbh i touched the retroarch but i dont remember with having to do with bios.
Thanks a lot for your help!
RetroArch searches the BIOS in the System directory. Check where this directory is set by looking into the Settings -> Directory menu. First entry should be the System/BIOS - check what value it's set there.
The value is correct at home/pi/retropie/bios i remember it correct
nothing wrong here
Hmmm im getting to a point that i think Reinstalling retropie will maybe help
what do you think about reinstalling ?