RetroArch Switch

Discussion in 'Switch - Emulation, Homebrew & Software Projects' started by ShadowOne333, Dec 30, 2017.

  1. JJTapia19

    JJTapia19 I fight for my friends.

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    That version of sx os does not support nsp homebrew. You'll need to update.
     
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  2. Straw

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    what version support nsp homebrew? coz I dont like the ver 2
     
  3. Mikep90

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    cant we just use the core updater inside the app to update to the nightly updated cores
     
  4. JJTapia19

    JJTapia19 I fight for my friends.

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    2.0 is the only one compatible atm :(. Hopefully a more stable update comes out soon. In the meantime you could set up hekate, reinx or rajnx for nsp homebrew.
     
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  5. eldavo2090

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    Yeah I have it working
     
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  7. Tebra

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    Any idea where to put data files for Cannonball. That core don't start because it don't find the files
     
  8. popy

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    Anyone using the switch video driver?

    Gesendet von meinem LG-H815 mit Tapatalk
     
  9. Switchtime

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    Sorry I have to ask again, but where exactly do the PSX bios files have to be stored and how do they have to be named (e.g. the recommended PSP PSX bios).

    I also don't find an option for the bios in the Retroarch menu.

    I've now browsed the last 30 pages here and nobody gives an answer when asked.



    When I have the answer I will post a detailed tutorial in the tutorial section...
     
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  10. DaniPoo

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    \retroarch\cores\system
    SCPH5000.BIN
    SCPH5501.BIN
    SCPH5502.BIN
     
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  11. sj33

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    All bios files go in /retroarch/cores/system/

    The PS1 bios needs to be SCPH5500.BIN
     
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  12. NeoSlyde

    NeoSlyde Let us start the game

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    What about neogeo bios?
     
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  13. sj33

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    NeoGeo bioses are a special case, they need to be with your NeoGeo roms. Annoyingly, there are also many different bios sets so keep trying them until you find one that works.
     
  14. Straw

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    what bios does? coz mine i added the scph5501.bin and now it shows in core information but i dont see any improvements btw im playing ff ix usa
     
  15. Whole lotta love

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    whats up with fast forward? doesn't effect frame rate at all in snes9x 2010
     
  16. m4xw

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    Enable video threaded or the old switch driver with rgui
     
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  17. dotmick

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    Hi,

    Has anyone tried to run DOS games? It's quite slow for the majority of them (I've tried 3 different). Should we expect progress on the core?
     
  18. Straw

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    did you try to turn on the threaded video? coz thats what i did when I was playing ps1 game.
     
  19. zerohealinzz

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    with the NRO i can speed up GB/GBA games by holding the right joystick to the right. With the NSP release i cant get it to work. searched settings but i see nothing about fast forwarding. Can anyone please point me to the right direction?
     
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  20. phillyrider807

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    Is exfat support being worked on?
     
  21. I doubt it. I don't think there's much that can be done by anyone except Nintendo.
     
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