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He's usually pretty responsive, and it's literally just one guy so I expect he will get back to you. Just have patience - and take comfort in the knowledge that it's not just you; many units came out defective but he's really good at solving problems.
So you've had it less than a week which puts you squarely at the new year and you expect people to be around at this time to answer your demands? Dude, chill a little and give Pierre a while to get back to work after the holidays.
- Thu 11 Oct 2018 16:51
- Forum: Tutorials and support
- Topic: RetroStone boot problem identified
- Replies: 60
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To be honest, you could solder a (short!) wire to the resistor. As long as the current can "short" the resistor - that is, take an alternate path instead of through it - then you're good. To those of you that are disappointed with the 'Stone I would say this: You can get similar units based on Pi3 o...
¿And why will it "kill" the SD card? If any files are in use when the power fails, the whole card will almost certainly die due to filesystem corruption. Powerloss during gameplay will be usually fine if you're emulating an old ROM based system, but for anything that uses disk images it will kill y...