So like... It was working one day... And then the next, it just wasn't working
I had no problems until like... maybe a week, if not less days ago. Whenever I open the Snes player, it shows up on my task bar, showing that it's there ,but the window doesn't open at all! I have a PC, Windows 7, it worked amazingly! Played Chrono trigger for the first time on it, LOVED IT. Played all my childhood games, so I know it works. The saves worked, the loading worked, all the games seemed to work, it just... Stopped though, outta nowhere
And I miss it! lol
If you need more details, lemme know. Maybe we can Screen share or something if you don't know what I am talking about ^^; Or if you know exactly what I am talking about, I am all ears! lol I've tried deleting it and putting it back on to. I've tried playing it from the disk as well, it still doesn't work
So I looked at all the instructions and my situation was never in it, so thank you guys for sticking the link to this site in the notes! lol
Anyways, sorry for rambling, I hope you can help :3 If anything is unclear, which I bet it is, lemme know so I can clear it up, thanks a lot! =D
I'm having the same issue as stated on this new thread.
I am currently running Ubuntu 11.04
When I first installed snes9x via the software download center, it ran like a dream. No problems. I didn't try to use a joystick b/c I don't have one. But other than that everything ran fine, in synch, no tearing, fullscreen, everything was wonderfull.
Then I was troubleshooting on how to play Ragnarok Online, (private server AnimusRO) and I did a few things in terminal to try to get that working, now snes9x doesn't work anymore >_<. It will load in the taskbar and quit. I was working on a game too. Here's the page I was working on before I ran into the problem. I followed all the steps on there as best I could.
http://www.techdrivein.com/2011/04/12-t ... g-new.html
after I ran all those troubleshooting tips, I was unable to play snes9x. I don't know what I did, or how to undo it. >_< I'm usually really good with computers, but I'm a nub when it comes to Ubuntu.