|July 30th, 2012, 00:44||#1|
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your ps Emulator along with the other ones are all trash
I've tried multiple plugins and it just can't get the music to work with mortal kombat trilogy. and now I spend awhile trying the delta and that thing crashes the emulator as it fails to run it. And this isn't the only game that doesn't work, resident evil 2 and 3 do not run without crashing, and delta crashes instead of working, I did a quick google search and it only came up with people with bios errors. Maybe you guys should learn from the makers of the Project 64 and the Snes emulators. cause yours is a piece of trash but then again every ps1 emulator I've tried is trash. the n64 ones work the far majority of the time, the SNES work, why is yours unable to run like every game I've ever tried?
|July 30th, 2012, 00:55||#2|
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Either you're trolling hard or your PC is simply too weak to run PSX emulators. I've been using ePSXe as my primary PSX emulator since 2004 without any major issues. Oh, and I should also mention that I've been using console emulators since 1998, so yeah, I'm very familiar with how emulators work, why they behave the way they do, and why it is imperative for one to be fairly tech savvy in order to operate said emulators.
All my PSX games I ripped myself, all the emulators I have properly configured through much trial and error, and you must keep in mind that it is impossible to have 100% perfection in an emulator, much less something as complex as an N64 or PSX emulator. Since you can't get the games you mentioned to work, we need to narrow down the cause; either the games are incompatible, your PC hardware is too weak, you have a bad SCPH1xxx.bin BIOS file, or, you're simply not familiar with how emulators are configured. Comparing too very different console emulators is a moot point, there is nothing worth comparing about. You need to that emulators need to be programmed in certain way in order to trick a PC into thinking it's the console in question. Both the N64 and PSX use MIPS or MIPS-derived processors, which architecture(s) must to be converted to Intel/AMD x86 or X64 CPU code in order for them to run on Windows, Linux, etc. Do research on YouTube before bashing emulators simply because they "don't work" or are "pieces of trash".
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|July 30th, 2012, 01:21||#3|
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