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Before posting on the forum you need to do three things:
Read the forum rules: http://retropie.org.uk/forum/topic/2/forum-rules
Search the official RetroPie Documentation for an answer to your problem: https://retropie.org.uk/docs/
Search this forum to see if your question has already been answered.
If using a Raspberry Pi - make sure you have a sufficient Power Supply / power cable. Many issues are related to having a poor PSU - see https://retropie.org.uk/docs/Overclocking/#power-supply
Make sure you are using an official image, or have done a manual install yourself. We will not support 3rd party images.
If you have done the above steps please create a new topic and add the following relevant information so that we can help narrow down the cause of your issue. Please do not add a "me too" to an old topic, as the cause of your issue may be different. Make sure your topic title summarises the issue - do not use topic titles like "HELP ME".
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:
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:
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