- Jan 7, 2011
Have you tried disabling the warning messages you get when you overclock? Even if you up the CPU settings outside of UAE4ALL, I still found it hangs when you attempt to do this from within UAE4ALL. See Below from other thread.I've reverted to the previous version to get things working again, it seems that if I change the CPU speed at all above 600 in the UAE4ALL menu in the newest version, the system hangs on starting emulation (even though I already set a higher speed before starting the PND). I know others had a similar problem to this, how was it resolved in the end?
I think I have worked out what is causing the lock up when you try to change clockspeed in UAE4ALL.I've reported your issues in the issue tracking thread:
Don't know why it doesn't work for you.
Are you talking about uae4all, the xfce slider or typing the cmd in a terminal?I can change cpu upto 800.. if I choose 900 or 950 it still sets it at 800 !
On a stock Pandora you get a warning message in a zenity box on the desktop when you try to overclock above 600mhz.
I switched off this warning (you can also change the clockspeed level that you want a warning) and now overclocking works within UAE4ALL 2.0. It appears that this warning box is somehow appearing in the background and causing a lockup.
New Pandora owners - don't turn off this warning message unless you know what you are doing!
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