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  1. in emustation press start, scroll down to other settings, press x, scroll down to custom paths and make sure the paths are correct.EXAMPLE - E:/emustation/roms
  2. what else have you done? @Cian Cunningham put together a great quick tutorial on the FB group. I copied it. check it out Cian Cunningham: (Artwork installed via the installer will also be used on xbmc4gamers) Dont enable 1080i as it sucks too much ram and causes issues with the artwork installer. Prebuilt xbmc-emustation link from GitHub http://xbmc-emustation.com/.../_lates.../XBMC-Emustation.zip So to set it all up FTP the pre built xbmc-emustation folder to the root of E. Don't build it yourself, that's only really for expert users that wa
  3. you need to add roms the the respective folders (ftp) and then scan all systems (in emustation menu)
  4. plus the price on that adapter is silly. order from china for less than half. but make sure you order 10 because half will be straight to garbage
  5. i think you're right. likely one of the bad adapters. those things are strange. its the weirdest thing when they die over time. i dont get it. i have a 2tb drive that shows no bad sectors but takes forever to load. none of the data is corrupt tho. i ftp from that drive to good drive and coinops loads fast. cant remember precisely which model it is, but it is hitachi. i'd bet the adapter first...
  6. assuming based on your name you are using a startech ide2sat? did you install a 80 wire cable? is the hdd brand new? which model is it? what was your previous configuration? what size of drive? how did you build the new drive? which version of coinops?
  7. http://www.emuxtras.net/forum/viewtopic.php?f=189&t=6561&p=87698&sid=891597591ca797903c33dcf67e804ebd#p87698 This guy just succesfully oc'd his 1000mhz to 1100mhz
  8. im confused about that cpu, (desperately want one) what does it report in system info on xbmc? ask the builder about patching, i dont think you can hurt anything experimenting with custom speed on an xbe. the videos in coinops should run smooth - i know exactly what you mean, i experience the same thing.. but it always smooths it out after patching. make sure you got the 'default.xbe' in the coinops folder, that would be the one to smooth video
  9. hey nighbor, just to confirm.... those samaung ram chips work??
  10. i attached xbepatcher to this post, use that.... use it on every xbe you plan to play on that box. what i would do is open your ftp program and open the coinops folder, sort by file type and select ALL OF THE XBE files in the coinops folder. drag them to a folder on your pc (make 2 folders to easily back them up, i literally name one "coinops xbe patched" "coinops xbe stock") run the xbe patcher and select "dir" as the first option, you want to select the folder labeled patched (obviously), set the patcher to 128mb ram and whichever cpu you have. drag the patched xbe's to the coinops
  11. nice unit, the psu, i am also curious how you approached the integration of connecting it externally. It looks from one photo to be wired directly, can you disconnect the supply easily? Great work.
  12. what he said! I can 100% vouch for HDD Raw Copy, It is a great way to back up an image, we all know how long it can take to ftp everything and get everything correct, backing up the hdd is the new backing up the eprom!
  13. great work. im not familiar with kodi, so the repositories etc are elusive to me... this is a great project to keep working on.
  14. cool, i suppose there is no repository specific to SD video, any "unofficial" repositories you know about i might try?

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