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I use an 8gb micro sd just for the operating system (emulation station) then I use a 16 gb mini 3.0 flash drive just for games..just transfer games to rom folder on flash drive when you plug into computer..but don't forget to change storage to any external in your settings.
I've noticed when transferring roms to their respected emulator rom folder you have to let it finish without backing out or closing window or it will cancel everytime.also make sure a check mark appears showing rom is compatible not a red X..just some tips for you out there.
waterproof and efficient using led bulb..you should have added a photocell to your setup so it would automatically turn on when it gets dark..around 8 dollars at big box stores..just an idea.
nice project..my kids will love making these.
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