Most emulator problems have to do with software. Sometimes the solution to the problem could be figured out by simulating it.
I don't make Emulators, I use them, its why I'm a Adept Emulation User and not a Developer Of Emulation or a Master Emulation User. People who I would call Newbie Emulation Users or Starters of Emulation, I now refer to them as Emulation Users. Adjectives like Intermediate, Adept or Master or means you know a little more, a DOE is one who knows all and Emulation Users need to taught more.
IEU, AEU or MEU are like Beta Testers, but you find the solution through your Software, Hardware or Oneself and your never stuck on a Rank ):}
Hey one more thing I'm a bit forgetful and tend to make an idiot out of myself, but that should be flipped around.
- Computer hardware
First Laptop Specs: Early 2010
MS Windows XP Professional 32-bit SP3
Intel Pentium M CPU 2.00GHz
NVIDIA GeForce FX Go5650 | 2.0GB RAM
Do you flash or EMULATE?
I could help with DS, PS2, etc Emulators and a Link for updating Flashcards.
Some Good Advice: Happy is the person who gets knowledge and understands what they know. Proverbs 3:13
Microsoft Windows XP Home 32-bit SP3 | Intel Pentium M CPU 2.00GHz
NVIDIA GeForce FX Go5650 128MB | Patriot 166Mhz PC2700 DDR 1.0GB RAM