I did open the gbz, but like I said, I checked all the connections, and the ribbon cable did not seem to have moved. I just tried a fresh install of retropie and still no power for the screen. I did get a couple of "unable to detect"s in AVRDUDESS when I inserted the usb asp to the board. Is is possible that I could have damaged something by accidentally putting it in backwards? I usually double and tripple check that, but I suppose I could have made a mistake. I'm kinda at a loss here.rodocop wrote: ↑Fri Jun 23, 2017 8:13 amI doubt the programming would affect the screen. Did you open up the GBZ while you were re-programming? The only thing I can think of is that the screen connection came loose, or something along those lines (double check the ribbon connector and the soldering to the pi). Also, as for L and R in the GBA emulator, I've noticed the same thing, it only shows A and B, but my L and R still work in games that need them. If you were able to to have the L and R buttons detected in the emulationstation configuration, then there is no reason why they shouldn't work in GBA. Do the L and R buttons work in other emulators? Try to re configure them in emulationstation again?Jmk125 wrote: ↑Thu Jun 22, 2017 5:24 pmHi,
So I have been having the problem that I have read of from a few other people's builds. Every so often, there is a slight delay on a button press. It is no one specific button. It was totally minor, but I am greedy and I wanted to fix it so that it was running perfectly. I also couldn't seem to get my L & R buttons to be recognized by retroarch. They are recognized when I set up the controlls in emulation station, but not in retroarch for any emulators even when I go into retroarch settings inside an emulator. For example when I enter the retroarch menu while running GBA, L & R wont even appear under "input" for me to set them at something manually - just D-pad and A and B.
So I read that reprogramming could fix the problem. I reprogrammed (Which I had done successfully in the past) and everything appeared to go smoothly. Afterwards, when I went to boot up, all of a sudden my screen wont power on. I checked all my connections, and everything is exactly the same. I have a custom splash screen in retropie that makes a sound that I can hear so I know that everything is booting up correctly, but for some reason now I have no screen.
Is there anything at all that could have happened (other than a connection coming loose (which I cannot find)0 that could be caused by programming?
Any help here would be greatly appreciated because I already had to replace my screen once due to bad soldering habbits...
Thanks in advance.
Thanks for the response.