PS1 change disk problem
@mediamogul not sure. Im just glad it works.
@mediamogul i did however point it directly to my secacd folder since i put this in the /segacd/retroarch.cfg
I've thought about doing the same thing for just the systems that support disc swapping. I guess that's limited to segacd and psx, or are there any others?
edmaul69 last edited by edmaul69
@mediamogul i dont use it for psx. I have my bumpers and x button mapped to disc prev, disc next and open/close tray. I use pbp files though. Not sure if it works with bin/cue files. This way works with famicom disk system as well.
This way works with famicom disk system as well.
Ah, good to know.
@mediamogul i edited my individual controller configs to add these options. That way no matter which controller i used, they had the options.
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I've added the rgui_browser_directory to the "all" config file and now I can append the psx disks manually. It is a strange one though, something may have changed. Perhaps this should be set by default in future... Anyway, many thanks for the help on this.
It is a strange one though... Perhaps this should be set by default in future.
I was thinking the same thing. It's a weird issue for sure. Glad the setting worked.
Dominus last edited by
or just the systems that support disc swapping. I guess that's limited to segacd and psx, or are there any
I'll have to try that out later tonight! Thanks for the help @mediamogul! And everyone else too!
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Hi all. Just adding to this thread to mention that I was also having an issue where, when attempting to manually append a disc in Retroarch, no ROMs were appearing in my PSX ROMs folder. The above solution worked for me. This is the step-by-step for the technologically challenged (like me):
- Using your computer, navigate to the "configs" folder in your RetroPie drive
- Go to the folder of the emulator for which your having an issue (in my case, "psx")
- Edit the retroarch.cfg file by right clicking it and choosing to open it in some kind of text editing program
- Add this line to that text file, substituting the 'psx' part for the relevant system in your case:
rgui_browser_directory = "/home/pi/RetroPie/roms/psx"
- Save the file
- Restart your Rasberry Pi
When you go to append a disc, you should now see all of your ROM files.