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Yeah, totally understood. I don't understand the inner workings, but was hoping the emulator settings wouldn't change. If the screen layout was correct, I'd be happy, but can't seem to get it to look right.
Same here, I was hoping there was a way to get the .elf(I think that's what it is) from 4.3 working for newer pi's. I can't load anything but 4.4 on my pi4 and it just doesn't display properly rendering it a paper weight in this scenario. I am by no means making demands or feel entitled to anything, just really wanted the 4 to work. My pi3 works great for now but the added power would be awesome. Has to be a resolution issue or something with 4.4 as my 3 runs fine on the exact same Arpicade and cabinet monitor. Thank you for all your hard work and dedication to this community dee2er, it is very much appreciated.
Just to document some of my findings on here if I leave resswitch as the 4.4 default I can launch most roms in 240p, it has the screen issue present. If I use the resswitch patch it will launch some games(dodonpachi, nothing else in my photo), not many and the screen issue is only present in attract. Tested in mame 230, 203, 172.
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I have the same issueastro_ZOMBIE138 wrote: ↑Thu Sep 01, 2022 1:06 amI ran into the issue where I cannot run 4.3 on my Pi4 8gb. Tried updating eeprom and all that stuff to no avail. I can run 4.4 on my Pi and it seems to work minus one issue. My screen has a tearing, wavy or smearing effect at the top where the image is being pulled to the side. I've tested in a horizontal and Vertical setup. The Arpicade is primarily for a vertical 25" WG K7000 15khz monitor. I see it in 240p and the default low res does weird things with the image like squishing or stretching. Any suggestions or advice or is it the 4.4 build?