Smash 3DS doesn't load

hi, prevciously when i used citra, i could play Smash Bros for 3DS normally using Citra Nightly 1827, with some problems with the FPS but everything was normal, until i downloaded the most recent version (Nightly 2020) and the emulator runs good some games like New Super Mario Bros 2 or Pac-man and the ghostly adventures, but when i try to open Smash Bros 3DS, the emulator just freezes

System Information

  • Operating System: Windows 10
  • CPU: Intel(R) Core™ i5-4300M CPU @ 2.60GHz 2.60 GHz
  • GPU: Intel(R) HD Graphics 4600
  • Citra Version (found in title bar):
  • Game: Super Smash Bros for Nintendo 3DS
  • Screenshot of Issue (include the full Citra window including titlebar):

Diagnostic Log
citra_log.txt (113.1 KB)

System Information for Support

Client Version                               Nightly 2020  HEAD-b231a22
Operating System                             Windows 10 Version 22H2 (Build 19045.3570)
CPU                                          Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-4300M CPU @ 2.60GHz | AVX2 | FMA
Graphics API                                 Unknown (?)
Graphics Renderer                            ?
GPU Driver Version                           ?
CPU JIT                                      [x]
Hardware Shader                              [x]
Hardware Shader, Accurate Multiplication     [x]
Shader JIT                                   [x]
System Region                                -1
Shader Disk Cache                            [x]

Here’s some issues I found with your log that might help.

  • You have GDB debugging enabled. This will cause citra not to launch games. This is only intended for debugging purposes and should be disabled in settings.
  • Please enable the Vsync option if you are experiencing screen tearing.
  • The CPU Clock percentage is not 100%. You may experience unexpected game speed.

Disable GDB Stub in Citra’s debug settings. You shouldn’t have enabled this at all. Additionally, set your CPU Clock Speed back to 100%. There’s a reason these settings are in the “Debug” part of Citra’s settings. If you don’t know what they’re for, stop touching them.