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clrmame Discussion / Re: Cmpro "misplaced a romset" !?
« on: 06 June 2022, 19:57 »

That took care of the issue - thank you!!!

     - Paultup

clrmame Discussion / Re: Cmpro "misplaced a romset" !?
« on: 06 June 2022, 18:51 »
OK, I just download Roman's 4.045 and tried running it again... the "unneeded sets" issue doesn't appear, but it's still giving me the same "missing set" and "missing rom" errors for all the files mentioned above. I have confirmed those .zip files are in my roms directory (and the "missing roms" are actually within that ZIP file)

The common factor I see: Each one of these sets include an embedded clone set (abp/abpv2, famicom/famitwin/nes, genesis/genesis_tmss, etc.) which has an embedded folder within the .zip file.

My clrmamepro setup:
* Prefer merged sets
* Scan sets/ROMs/samples/CHDs
* Check and fix ALL types (Missing, Case, etc.)
* Separate BIOS sets is checked

     - Paultup

clrmame Discussion / Re: Cmpro "misplaced a romset" !?
« on: 06 June 2022, 11:04 »

Thanks for point out that ti detects unneeded sets. I removed those files from the roms folder (put them into a temporary folder in case I need them at some point).  The "unneeded sets" errors no longer appear in clrmamepro, but I still have the "missing set" errors (makes sense since those aren't in the roms directory anymore).   Note that I did NOT import software lists into clrmamepro.

What's curious are some of the results: It shows an error for "Famicom (folder: famicom - size 0)" with subitem "missing set: Famicom"  ---- does does "folder: famicom - size 0" mean? Just an empty folder under the "roms" directory? If I create an empty "famicom" folder, it still complains about it.

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