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HatCat 1st August 2010 01:44 PM

It should be in the list.

Well start Project64 first, and from the "File" menu pick "Choose Rom Directory..." so that the ROM browser knows where the games are to install to it for listing. Also hit F5 to refresh sometimes is needed when changes are made.

Did that produce a list of games in the emulator window?
If not, when you start Project64 does it just have a black screen before loading a game in?

JDM 6th August 2010 03:03 PM

I had each game in a separate folder, to maintain organization, so it didn't read from each folder.
But I put each game into a single folder so it's okay now.
Thanks by the way.

HatCat 6th August 2010 10:22 PM

If at least Paper Mario is listed in the browser then there should be an option to view details about that ROM file. And glad to help.

ljulio02 4th January 2013 04:27 PM

It Works!
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by RadeonUser (Post 5076)
That rom should be fine the (M4) just means that it's a multilingual rom and has the option to switch between 4 languages.

I just finished testing out the E version and found the problem you're getting.

Unzip the file I've included into your Project 64 install directory and replace the current file that's there.
By default PJ64 is installed in C:\Program Files\Project64 1.6\

I haven't tested too far but it should no longer crash.


Thanks very much For the help... I always wanted to play this game and now no more crash :) Thanks you alot!

Sanji 7th January 2013 04:57 PM

I had the same problem but it works now! Thanks so much admin your awesome! :3

kingmc 3rd March 2013 06:13 AM

Whenever i try to do this it says access to the folder denied

chomp17 18th May 2013 09:39 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by RadeonUser (Post 5076)
That rom should be fine the (M4) just means that it's a multilingual rom and has the option to switch between 4 languages.

I just finished testing out the E version and found the problem you're getting.

Unzip the file I've included into your Project 64 install directory and replace the current file that's there.
By default PJ64 is installed in C:\Program Files\Project64 1.6\

I haven't tested too far but it should no longer crash.

That was an excellent advice, It worked wonders =D


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