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  1. pretty much what the title says...its great that you guys have several emulators already setup for us, but, you DONT allow us to add our own. Emulator of note (that I cannot believe you dont have, its literally the main emulator for this) is PPSSPP. The defacto PSP emulator. I tried to add it, and launchbox wont let me add it, since its not in the pre-defined list of emulators. This is IMO a big oversight and needs to be corrected.
  2. Good Sunday from Switzerland everyone! I am basically new to the world of emulators and LaunchBox and whatelse there is out there. But a friend of mine had Ninendo games on his computer, what triggered me to try it myself this weekend. So I ended up downloading RetroArch and Launchbox this morning. I followed the steps of a Youtube tutorial. The next step was to download some games. I just went on Romsmania.cc and got the first game they recommended just to try it out. I downloaded and imported the game. Everything seemed to work. Now there is just one huge problem: The game won`t start. And I have no clue where I went wrong or which settings aren`t the right ones. Is there any one or any thing that could help me?
  3. my cemu is no longer launching games from launchbox. it was working yesterday before i got a big box update and now it wont launch my games. it works when i am launching games from cemu but not from launchbox??? Desktop_2018_09.11_-_15_40_18_02.mp4
  4. is cemu no longer compatible with big box? i don't have the option to choose that emulator. is there another way to add none supported emulators?
  5. I downloaded launchbox today and I got the forever license. I downloaded dolphin and followed every step in the setup tutorial on the launchbox youtube channel, yet none of my gamecube games are playable. If I right click on any gamecube game, the play button is grayed out. LoL and Overwatch are the other two games I have on Launchbox and they work. Please help. I have seen nobody else have this issue. Thanks for help in advance!
  6. ms79

    Hello All

    Hello everyone, It started long ago...so, so long ago. You see, I'm old, so when Nintendo decided to come out with the NES Classic I really wanted one to satisfy my nostalgia (I still own the original)! But, Nintendo decided not to make enough to satisfy the market demand, essentially refusing to take my $60. I said "FU" Nintendo and grabbed myself a raspberry pi - hooray, 3 cheers for retropie!!! I was now bitten by the emulation bug, doing everything possible to my pie box: LED's, on/off switch, etc... I still needed more, so I convinced my wife (aka the boss) that I "needed" a full sized arcade cabinet in the garage! My charm worked and now I am a very happy guy! A big part of my happiness is finding this front end and the amazing beauty and simplicity it brings to my gaming experience! So...a long story short, I want to thank Jason and all that help with LaunchBox/BigBox as well as the very cool community! Cheers, MS79
  7. Hello all i am just looking into this front end. I am pretty savvy i think and have my roms and pc games all neatly organized and properly done up. Here lies the problem for me and what i am looking for. In my home my dell t7500 is the big dog in the house dual xeons 192 gb ram with windows 7 pro and the graphics card is a 1050ti. With what i am trying to accomplish is relocating the t7500 out of my room and leaving my wife and my t7400 in our desk. i want to put the t7500 in the cabinet in the garage which is air conditioned and protected with air filters. With moving everything out there i had an idea to "map" a new front end to the network to where me my wife and family can all add a shortcut and serve to each computer from the t7500. To also take it a step further each person maybe get there own account? to avoid people overwriting each others saves {i really hate when my wife deletes my old rpg saves}. so i dont know if i have illustrated what i am trying to do correctly but i guess in a sense i want a launch-able front end for everyone to have access to even guests that are on my network? Before i get the why dont you install and such and such to each computer my t7500 is running a little over 20tb of data so that would be idiotic to replace drives and also for when my friends come over it would be hard to have everyone install and set up the same end as me as i am the techy in the group.
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