Sunday, November 2, 2008

ePSXe Config Guide

ePSXe is a PlayStation Emulator which allows you to play your old playstation games on your computer. It's pretty hard to setup. You need a bios file, plugins, and proper configuration.(UPDATE: all files available here [magnet link])

This post will guide you through configuring ePSXe.

1. Download the files
a. Download ePSXe here.
b. Download a GPU plug-in
c. Download a CDR plug-in
d. Download an SPU plug-in
e. Download SCPH1001.bin.

2. Put it all together
a. Extract to a directory.

b. Extract,, and to the Plugins Folder.

                   d. Copy SCPH1001.bin to the BIOS Folder.

3. Plugins
a. Run ePSXe.exe

b. The config setup how pop up. If not then go to Config->Wizard Guide

c. Continue pressing next, these are the stuff that you should choose:

d. scph1001.bin - USA
- no settings

e. Pete's D3D Driver 1.77
- Click on config. There are two preset settings on the lower left corner: "Fast" and "Nice". If you have fast system, select "Nice". If not, select "Fast". Try changing the color depth if it doesn't work. Also, try experimenting with the settings.

f. P.E.Op.S. Dsound Audio Driver 1.9
- no settings to change

g. P.E.Op.S. CDR Driver 1.4
- Click Config. Select your OS on "Interface". Select the drive to be used. Insert a PlayStation CD on the drive, then click "Try Auto Detection". Click Ok

h. Controllers
- To see the controls, click on "Controller 1".

i. Click Next, then Done

4. Run your game!
Insert your Playstation CD on the drive then click File->Run CDROM!

If you have any questions, comment here.

Disclaimer: I will not be responsible for any harm on your PC. I do not condone piracy. Note that you can only use this legally and posses SCPH1001.bin if you have a real PlayStation. Use at your own risk!

EDIT: If you get the error "Zlib1.dll is missing" or the like, you can download zlib1.dll here.

Saturday, November 1, 2008

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