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First, off I'm a NOOB when it comes to lunchbox so bear with me, I've been trying to run my massive collection from my pc 8TB with launch box. I have the roms on a sperate drive from the rest. However, for some reason or another, I keep running out of space. I have no idea why there is plenty of space in my other drives to run launch box and I installed it in an empty drive. AM I better off trying do this from the cloud? Is there an easier way to do this? Also when I click on a rom nothing happens. is it because I do not have retroarch installed either? IM not a fan of retro arch are there other options? Can someone please help I'm beyond frustrated and just ready to sell my pc and buy systems and games. Thank you for the help in advance. WOuld a fresh install and keeping my roms where they are instead of copying work? Also when I did that it was as if I had no roms can you please help.

 

 

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24 minutes ago, cmussel24@hotmail.com said:

is it because I do not have retroarch installed either? IM not a fan of retro arch are there other options?

You don't have to install or use Retroarch but you do have to have emulators installed to load and play games.

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Did you set your games to use the emulators you have installed ?

If you want to change your emulator for all your games in a platform you need to select your platform, then select all the games in the platform by pressing Control + A on the keyboard. Now with all the games selected press Control + E, this will start the bulk edit wizard. In the first dropdown menu select what you want to change which in this case is the emulator, then a 2nd dropdown menu will appear, select the emulator you want to change to. Now finish out the wizard and your games will be using the new emulator.

If you are getting a message saying you are running out of space then you probably have very little free drive space on one of your drives, possibly your C drive.

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