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these sets are done the same way, and will work anywhere you can zip-archive/unzip files. so, for instance, i’ve compressed the emulator/emulator.zip file into a.7z archive called emu.7z
if you just want to make a copy of the file anywhere (because of one of the emulator’s config settings), you can do it like this:
zip will allow the game roms to be moved to a new location. this does not technically move the rom, but it will keep them in the roms set but point to a new location.
the device directory contains the device binary for each game. (i.e. drivers/driver.bin)
next, the merge/split games. your goal is to get the entire file set onto your sd card, then you can delete the others from your device!
youll have no problems splitting roms that are already on your device, but you should be aware that the rg350 does not support merging roms in the emulator. it does support the resync device feature, which is able to merge roms from multiple linked external sd cards into one. this can be used as a way to combine files you have on your device into one file that you can move around, without having to delete the games you dont want. however, if you ever want to lose the games you are adding, you have to disable the device for use with the rg350.
if you are merging the mame 4all romset into the rg350 system, i suggest that you remove the roms folders on your rg350 – then create a new roms folder on your sd card, where you can put the files you want. unzip the romsets in your romset folder onto the new roms folder. this should result in a folder structure such as the following:
with that disclaimer out of the way, i decided to start working on mame instead. after hacking around the lg romset for a couple of weeks, i felt that it was much too complicated and that it was actually quite bloated. this version of mame is now backward compatible to mame4all 0.11, which can be downloaded from even though 0.37b5 has a great deal of features and is stable, 0.37b5 is not ready for prime time. getting a newer version should be your #1 priority over 0.37b5. since the machine’s settings are controlled by the bios, you can also use this guide to create any.zip file that contains all the relevant machine settings you need to be able to boot most games using the keyboard. the.zip file will have to be on the same drive that the machine’s bios and roms are on, however. here’s a great example of this. you can use this.zip file to make a romset that emulates the arcade classics jp106 games (btw, if you dont know, the jp106 is a boot machine for the japanese jamma arcade standard, which is similar to the gamecube arcade standard, but uses less ram and features a different bios). mame4all 0.37b5 will download all the files from the parent romset, including roms from the gens romset, into a directory called roms-path. this is then automatically copied to the newly made.zip and must be moved to the same location as the parent romset. as can be seen above, the folder is the path to the parent romset, and the folder contains all the roms from that romset. you can use it with mame’s rom-path folder and the folder containing the bios or bios-path folders (which is optional). 5ec8ef588b