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    MAME: Moon Cresta

    Makes perfect sense. I'll try that later. Thanks
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    MAME: Moon Cresta

    I have the correct ROM in the arcade folder called "mooncrst.zip" - however the game isn't shown in the list of arcade games. I've tried adding the rom again and scanning for new roms, but it doesn't make any difference. If I launch MAME manually, it shows up in the list and I can run it without any issues. Any idea's?
  3. I'm trying to import 3DS roms. I go through the usual import process and it see's all of the roms in the folder I choose and displays them in the list at the end with all the .3ds extensions - however, when the import process starts, it looks like it's working by as it's scanning through each of the .3ds games and looking like it's importing them, but at the end after it says saving games, it says there's no games to import. Update: So, if I try searching for one of the titles, it shows up. If I right-click and edit the game, it shows: Games\Nintendo 3DS\Are You Smarter than a 5th Grader (USA).zip The metadata also shows that it's recognised as a 3DS game, but interestingly, the game doesn't have any artwork either. If I double-click on the game to try and start it, it says the rom can't be found :O. If I open Citra directly and select the game manually, it works perfectly. Update 2: OK, I figured out what's wrong. When I originally tried to import the games, they were all in zip format. I then realised that format woudln't work (even though it said they were importing!), so I extracted them and imported them again. For some reason, it didn't update to the new filename that had the .3ds extension rather than the .zip extension. Pretty annoying really, especially when it doesn't even create the 'Nintendo 3DS' category on the menu for you to see them - plus not actually overwriting with the new import info after I extracted them. So, how do I now avoid having to edit every game and changing the emulation path to .3ds rather than .zip? It's not like I can easily just delete all of the ones in there because it's not showing them in the menu category for 3DS. Update 3: OK, so I've figured that out as well. I used the search to search for .3ds and it showed all the games. So, I've now deleted those and will start the import again :D. Solved.
  4. I have recently installed LaunchBox and I'm really impressed with it so far, but I want to do more with it. I wanted to play my retro collection in my living room on my TV rather than sitting at the computer, so I purchased a Steam Link device. The Steam Link device works great with little latency. I tried adding LaunchBox manually to Steam and that worked, however when it comes to playing games, it doesn't recognise the controller. Steam games work OK with the controller (I'm using an Xbox One S controller setup using Bluetooth) so this suggests there's a configuration setting within LaunchBox to get this to work?
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