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PlayStation One Emulator (play Ps1 on your PC)

PlayStation One Emulator (play Ps1 on your PC)

This emulator lets you play your ps1 games on your PC if it is not functioning anymore ;).


Introduction
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pSX emulates the Sony Playstation 1, pretty much everything is emulated
(to my knowledge) and most games run perfectly.  
 It runs under Windows and Linux

One thing that should be noted is that pSX DOES NOT use plugins.
The emulator is completely self contained.
The emulator has been designed to be as easy and unobtrusive to use
as possible - in most cases you will not need to configure anything
to use it (except maybe the controls).

1.) Download it here 


1. Mirror 1 >>>  PSX emulator Program
2. Mirror 2 >>>  PSX emulator Program
3. Mirror 3 >>>  PSX emulator Program

  
1.) Put the file in proper directory you want ( c:/programfiles/psx...) then Extract. If you don’t know how to extract, right click then select extract here.

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3.) To create shortcut to desktop, right click, send to, desktop(create shortcut).

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4.) Now run the emulator


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If you get an error message saying d3dx9_26.dll is missing
Copy it from dll folder of your psx directory then paste it on c:/windows/system32.

5.) You will now see the Sony logo. 

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6.) Click on File, insert CD drive (insert your ps1 cd-rom in your cd drive), otherwise on Insert CD image then browse for files.

(CD image is the files on the cd saved on your hard disk, tutorial later)

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7.) Browse your drive. It must have the name SLUS-XXXXX. (X is a digit)

The game below is Fear Effect from Eidos.

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8.) Now set your configuration settings. ( controller, memory card , bios, sounds etc)

File > Configuration

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9.) The configuration menu is fairly self explanatory. 

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10.) For more info on configuration, look for readme.txt on your psx directory.

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PSX on Action
Games: Fear Effect (Eidos)



for more info visit the links below:


How to make disk image. 


Video Tutorial




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