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    The New Kid
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    Default Retroarch Android: Multiple disk/drives/image configuration possible for a game?

    Is it possible to configure more than one disk for a game instead of having to 'load new disk' at each disk change?
    This would bei useful for Amiga games that consist of three or more disks which have to be changed often.
    Last edited by Crazy C; October 9th, 2020 at 12:09.

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    Default Re: Retroarch Android: Multiple disk/drives/image configuration possible for a game?

    You have to manually change "floppies" or cds for those games.

    In the case of CDs that can be made easier using M3U files if the emulator supports it (retroarch does support it).
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    Default Re: Retroarch multiple disk/drives/image configuration possible for a game?

    I found 'multidrive' option, but with 'Gods' Game for Amiga it doesn't recognize that it's a case for that function, I have to insert Disk 2 manually...
    How does this "(MD)" File path Tag Work?
    Last edited by Crazy C; October 10th, 2020 at 15:41.

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    Default Re: Retroarch multiple disk/drives/image configuration possible for a game?

    Only done this on Winuae (windows) and it was manual swapping there too. It has been a while though.
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    Default Re: Retroarch multiple disk/drives/image configuration possible for a game?

    Okay with 'Gods' now it works, the Gods cracked version I have supports two drives and with an m3u File containing the two Disk names it even loads the second Disk automatically.

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