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« on: April 29, 2002, 11:16:59 am »

Emuwizzard looks like a very nice frontend, and I'd really like to go with it, but I'm having problems.

1. The scan for games yields a file of about 8MB which seems correct, but when the gui starts up, only 005 to 720 (about 5 games) are listed, I've got about 500 so this is not correct.

2. Running games doesn't work! It says starting game and then just goes back to the GUI. I'm sure mame is in the right place (win32 console version mame.exe).

Does anyone have any tips or can recommend a similar front end which is easier to get working?


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