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Hi, I have a WD PR2100 NAS and am considering using that for my roms and using a PC for Launchbox (SSD), images/snaps and emulators (on HDD). The NAS has two ethernet ports (one currently connected to modem) and I would use other port to connect to my PC. Has anyone had much luck doing it this way? I would be emulating N64 and PS1 as the most demanding systems. Thanks
Ok So I have launchbox locally installed onto my win10 machine and previously had my images and roms set to my D drive. This was great until i looked at the amount of room the images was taking up. So i decided to move everything to the nas, which gives me the added benefit to playing games from multiple pc. The problem is that after setting up launchbox, the image population takes forever. I have tried maxing out my cache to 4 gb. It still takes about 15 seconds to change games. Would symbolic links fix my issue? if so where would i put the links and for what? Any help appreciated
Hi Guys, I have both LaunchBox and RetroArch installed to my NAS currently. When trying to play a game, it doesn't seem to launch RetroArch. There are no errors, it just comes right back to the LB interface. I'm thinking this might have something to do with DirectX, but not sure. I'm running Win 10 64-bit w/DirectX 12, so shouldn't have to installed 9.0c. When I do try to with the RetroArch installer, I do get an error. Is there anything inherently wrong with installing both to a NAS? Any other ideas? Thanks!!
Moved my external HDD off the PC and attached to my QNAP NAS. The HDD contains ROMS but have LaunchBox locally on the PC still. The idea is to share the ROMs between multiple devices. Trying to use the "Change ROMs Folder Path For Selected Games..." but the folder dialog does not allow typing paths (\\nas\roms) and the NAS is not discoverable under "Network". Can we use UNC paths? It seems you can type a path for a single game in its edit dialog, not seeing how to do this in bulk though. Hoping I am just missing something simple here. Thanks a lot!