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  1. ulao just a quick question. I am having trouble with one particular nes controller of mine. Not sure if the board is gone. It doesn't seem to detect consistently when I'm plugging it in across any of the ports (i have another nes controller that works fine). I'm suspecting it is in "Atari mode". I press a or b and the input is left. What should I try? Should I unplug the USB? Or press the reset button or hold the reset button? Or something else. Thanks in advance.
  2. newoski FIY I'm not using xpadder at all (why are you using it? Is your ipac in game pad mode? I don't have Xbox controllers. My 4-play is being used for nes, snes, n64, megadrive, ps1, ps2, and pcengine controllers. It's late here and I just read your setup. Wow it sounds super complicated, my head can't make sense of it. I'll reread in the morning.
  3. Ok let me explain how I set this up. Forgive me because I haven't touched my setup in ages and i'm a little rusty. I have hyperspin and rocketlauncher running on my bartop. I have set it up to use both my ipac (in keyboard mode, for my joysticks, buttons etc) and the 4-play (for original gamepads). For example I can play a NES game using arcade controls or I plug my 4-play in for gamepad controls (but my setup does allow for you to use either of those options at the same time if the 4-play is connected). I setup up my ipac first for each system by selecting "bind mode" in retroarch to "Retrokeyboard". This allowed my to manually configure each keyboard input to my arcade controls. After that was completed I would change "bind mode" in retroarch to "retropad". Retroarch would then recognise gamepad inputs (4-play). The resulting example in the screen shot below shows for the "up" direction it is now configured to use both (-1 [axis] for the gamepad - 4play) and (key 8 for the arcade joystick - ipac). I always configured my controls with "autoconfig" disabled as I ran into some issues. I also needed to obviously save the retroarch config file and rename it to the system name (as per the RL requirements). I have set this up for any system I have controllers for i.e. snes, nes, MD, etc (I have about 50-60 systems setup in hyperspin, but about 10 of them use both the ipac and/or 4-play). I'm not sure these days if autoconfig has simplified the configuration of controllers but I have happy to do everything manually. Lastly, I would also manually go through my retroarch configs and remove any keyboard shortcuts e.g. fast forward or volume increase so that it wouldn't conflict with my ipac keys. I hope this gives you some direction.
  4. Have you tried plugging the blissbox into a different USB port and reflashing? Re my setup, I'll get back to you over the weekend and update in this thread. My setup hasn't been touched in a while so I can't remember which version of retroarch I'm using.
  5. I've been using retro arch with the blissbox for probably a year now. It works fine. But I have used the unofficial firmware updater so my ports are numbered in windows. This made configuration easy. Let me know if you have any questions.
  6. GreatStones version is newer and I believe supports more games. I haven't tried it yet though.
  7. An update to anyone wanting to use high score support. I have attached the files needed in the 3rd part section and also in the tutorial. This is the old version (not greatstones version).
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    MAME High Score For HyperSpin Files required for MAME High Score support. Includes dat files and HiToText program as outlined in the High Score Tutorial.
  9. Have you followed the tutorial in my signature Carlo? I just reread my tutorial an noticed all the attachments I posted way back when, don't seem to be there. Anyway follow my tutorial and download these files which are needed as indicated. Keep in mind that my tutorial is a little old and has not been updated with GreatStone's files but it may do the job for you. You will have to forgive me but i'm not around much at the moment and have lost touch to a degree (I am having to relearn high score support). Let me know how you go with my files and if all is well then i'll work out how to post them on the tutorial again. G
  10. If you want me to look at your setup later tonight I can.
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  12. Yes I used yellow and black (12v and ground) respectively. So that I didn't cut wiring from my original power supply I used a molex extension cable. I removed the 2 wires (the red, and spare ground) by using a pin to pull them out. If you guys want some photos let me know.
  13. I love this stuff... Great guide for people. Btw if you want LED functionality why not just wire it up to your pc PSU? This guide covers it (although it is for a coin door light, but you get the idea). I did the same for my power button (my led was 12v). Very easy to do and test.... George
  14. No I didn't see this but its a great idea. I don't have any training in electronics just a little bit of soldering here and there (diy hobby). I really struggled soldering the 8pin mini din connectors (like these) as they are tiny and my soldering iron just too big (a cheapy) and my technique probably leaves little to be desired. I've ordered some mac serial cables (8 pin mini din) and will try solder that to some old hdmi cables I have laying around.... It probably would have been much cheaper (and definitely easier) going with your option but I wanted to have a go at accomplishing this myself... haha
  15. I've been snapping up controllers everywhere..... I'm addicted to trying different controllers with the 4-Play. My collection so far: 2x nes, 2x super famicom, 4x n64, 1x gamecube, 2x megadrive (3 button), 2x sega saturn, 2x PS1, 1xPS2. These all work perfectly with the 4-Play. I also have a couple pc-engine controllers. In the process of making adapters for the 4-play (after a failed attempt).... Might make a thread about it once its done. You the man ulao!!!!!
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