RetroArch isn’t working for me on Windows 10.
Last time I used it I was on Windows 7. I still have the old install files on a back-up drive but I did a clean new install of RetroArch on my Windows 10 PC and copied over all my game ROMs. In Desktop Menu I created new Playlists for NES, SNES, Arcade, Playstation, all the Sega’s etc and associated them all with the right Cores and Databases (apart from one of them, which doesn’t appear to have a database in the available list). Then I downloaded thumbnails for them all. So far this has taken me a few days. First having to transfer tens of thousands of ROM files from one old PC to another over private WiFi network, then downloading all the thumbnails.
In RetroArch proper all my systems have the same generic icon, with lists of games but all the systems say “1.9.14 No Core” and there are no thumbnails. When I checked the thumbnails folder only one system had downloaded images, despite spending my entire Tuesday downloading thumbnails!
So, I went back to my old back-up data and copied over all my exiting thumbnails, another wasted several hours. Back into RetroArch, still no cores for anything and still no thumbnails, yet in Desktop Menu view they ALL have associated Cores.
Does RetroArch not work with Windows 10 or something? It worked perfectly fine under Windows 7 and I didn’t have any problems at all with it.