@SomeRetroGuy - can you cleanly close FBA or do you have to reboot? if you can could you show me your settings please for FBA-SDL
I have an RS-97 Rev 3.0
I have both FBA-SDL and FBAA320 installed from the bitgala server.
In GMenu2X under emulators, not systems i have the default settings for both, however i have upped the clock speed to 642.
Again in GMenu2X I have the Systems setup with CPS1 CPS2 and NeoGeo. I set them up to work directly in GMenu before I started with PyMenu. The settings are all straightforward, so paths mapped to the right paths, "Show Folders" set to off, File filter with ".zip", previews folders mapped to the previews folders. Clock speeds set to 642.
For these three systems I use FBA-SDL, not a320. This is because the roms set is for FBA 0.2.97.35.
I have an un-merged set (with seperate BIOS for neogeo in the neogeo folder) and have only a few selected games for each system.
I then tested in GMenu2X no crashes, everything works and the emu exists cleanly.
Installed PyMenu and then ran the installation file so it was the default boot. Rebooted the device.
For the systems I wanted to use I then set the GMenu identifier as the same name as the system in gmenu, so for cps1 the identifies is cps1, cps2 for cps2 and neogeo for neogeo. Be aware these MUST be the same names as what you entered in the systems section in GMenu2X, not whats in the Emulators section. These may be done already for you.
So the way I think this works is that PyMenu calls the entry in the systems section, and the details in that system you defined are what PyMenu executes.
I also matched the clock speed the same, so 642 for all these, set the paths and previews, Use File filter and Gameslist set to true.
After that i rebooted again and then voila, i get the standard file browser, it sees my previews and then when I exit a game it goes back to PyMenu.
I hope that helps, not sure what else to tell you to help.