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Reminder, PC-Engine/Turbo CD games are case Sensitive!

  • Ran into an issue last night, just thought I'd remind people that the games Cue and Bin/ISO files are case sensitive to one another.
    If they don't match exactly, they won't work on RetroPie.

  • You can do it yourself by clicking on the 3 dots and then clicking delete

  • Global Moderator

    Do you want to delete your account ?

  • No, I think he means this question/discusion

  • @mitu @Bluebotlabs
    Just trying to delete the thread/discussion/post.

    After I wrote out all the issues I was having and posted it, I double checked my files once again and noticed all the issues I was having was due to the actual file types not being the case the emulator needed to work properly.
    (All the files were .bin, but the emulator was looking for .BIN thanks to the cues files, I was able to fix them all)

    After I figured out the issue, I came back to delete my post, but you can only delete posts within 3minutes of posting.
    After that it's left up.



  • Global Moderator

    You should have modified the post, add a [Solved] prefix/suffix and explain how you solved it. Users with similar problems can still search and find it, so if they run into a similar issue they can see the solution.
    Posts are usually deleted for spam/duplicates, not for other purposes.

  • @mitu
    Ah thank you!
    Sorry about all the confusion

    The answer was simple, and found in your documents.

    *PC Engine CD

    It is important that the image file (usually .bin) and the CUE file (.cue) match.

    CUE files are just text files containing a description of the CD. If you have files named like:

    Akumajou Dracula X.bin
    Akumajou Dracula X.cue

    then ensure the first line of the CUE file contains:

    FILE "Akumajou Dracula X.bin" BINARY

    Any of the following are wrong and will not work:

    extension has incorrect case

    FILE "Akumajou Dracula X.BIN" BINARY

    file name has incorrect case


    does not match the actual file name

    FILE "Akumajou_Dracula_X_-Chi_no_Rinne(NTSC-J)_[KMCD3005].bin" BINARY*

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