Go to settings > directory and see what your system/BIOS directory is set to. If it’s “default”, it just looks for them alongside your ROMs. However, you can set it to whatever you want (mine is on a network drive that all of my computers point at). Inside that directory, make a subdirectory named “keropi” and put your px68k BIOSes into it.
thanks, it worked fine. but now the gui wont allow me to pick a disk (nothing shows when I click) and the config file never appeared after the first boot. I’m starting to wonder if i’ll put in more time to set it up that play time LOL