I am on Windows 7 x64 and am having issues running any N64 games through RetroArch (using either of the 2 available cores). I am attempting to obtain more information about the problem by launching RetroArch from the command prompt. Here is the syntax I am using:
retroarch.exe .\cores\mupen64plus_libretro.dll “…\Nintendo 64\Super Mario 64 (USA).n64” --verbose
After pressing enter, nothing seems to happen. I’ve also tried to display the man pages using “retroarch --help” but this garners no response as well.
I CAN lauch retroarch via the Windows GUI, however. I’m really stumped. Any advice would be greatly appreciated!