Pes 2013 Failed To Initialize The Emulator
beginning with version 3.1, the storage emulator allows users to create multiple storage accounts. this is done by starting the account with a -multi flag. for example, to create a storage account for the following blob:
as of version 3.1, the storage emulator can also access blob accounts created with other storage providers. this feature is currently in experimental mode. for details, see https://www.blob.core.windows.net/docs/pes2013_support_mode.htm
use the instructions found here (for windows 8.1, 8, and 7) http://www.nesdev.com/tweaks-and-fixes/pes-2013-failed-to-initialize-the-emulator/ to set the emulation speed to as slow as possible (to reduce cpu load). also change the video resolution to 320×200. if these steps are not enough, see how to access the serial port remotely? this website also contains explanations of common nes problems and fixes for them.
first, make sure you have the right video settings. there are two video modes that you can use when you set up the emulator. the first is the default and sets the video to 640×480 at 72hz. to set it to a different setting, click “video” on the lower left side of the emulator, and then the “video” tab, as shown below:
the second mode is fullscreen. to select this mode, click “video” on the lower left side of the emulator, and then the “video” tab, and then check the “fullscreen” checkbox. when you are finished, click “ok” to save your changes, and then click “test”.
in case you have an amd cpu, chances are the problem will occur due to an incorrect renderer that was auto-assigned. to fix the issue in this case, you will need to access the video (gs) settings of your emulator and set the renderer to direct3d9 (hardware). but if you have a gpu with directx11 support, you should set the renderer to direct3d11 (hardware).
It’s version 220.127.116.11. I’m using the latest version of an emulator in the Stable Release branch. The latest version of the emulator in the Nightly Release branch is version 2.0.0-rc5, which is the same as version 2.0.0. I’m using 0.7.0-CR3 and believe that they’re both still in their beta stages, so these might be related.
Turns out it’s a USB configuration issue. I managed to get USB HID controller to work correctly in the version 1.1.5 of the emulator, by following the this guide . You must enable debug logging for USB debug (USB debugging) in the Developer Options. Then you’ll see log lines like:
2015-05-01 22:41:55.970 DEBUG RTDB Emulator 1.1.5 init UsbDebug is enabled (default) and address is 0 Pes 2013 failed to initialize the emulator I’ve worked a bit on getting USB debugging to work with the newer version of RetroArch. It doesn’t seem to work out of the box, but there are some necessary settings in the config.txt (if you use one) or *.ini settings. Alternatively, the option can be set as Debug Settings under the Developer Options section of the Settings app.
2015-09-30 08:20:27.161 DEBUG RTDB Emulator 18.104.22.168 init UsbDebug is enabled (default) and address is 0 Pes 2013 failed to initialize the emulator I’m on Windows 10. I’ve tried installing the emulator on a different PC to see if it’s a problem with Windows 10 or something else, and it doesn’t help.
Failed to open device “rpi”, error: “Operation not supported”. Pes 2013 failed to initialize the emulator If you encounter this error, try disabling Windows Firewall or Check Firewall on the XP box.