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    Default Can I run PSX Emulator?

    Can I run any PSX (A.K.A. PS1) Emulators on a PC with these specs?


    EDIT: Preferably one that makes me need this topic
    http://forums.emulator-zone.com/show...03&postcount=1

    Actualy I would need that topic for this topic
    Last edited by RiderLeangle; November 13th, 2007 at 23:19.

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    Default Re: Can I run PSX Emulator?

    Yes you can.

    "Question" is not an acceptable thread title. I've deleted your other thread so you can have a little practice at this.
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    Sorry, Didn't know I couldn't ask "question" as the title.

    But cool, Any of them able to use USB PS1 controllers?

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    Default Re: Can I run PSX Emulator?

    Quote Originally Posted by RiderLeangle View Post
    Sorry, Didn't know I couldn't ask "question" as the title.
    Not to sound like a jerk, but vagueass titles defeat the purpose of having titles altogether.

    But yes, most, PS1 emulators support USB controllers. Use ePSXe.
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    Oh, well I can't really think of titles that much, when I think of one, its too big.
    And that good to hear, Now the real problem, getting ISOs, which this place can't really help.

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    Default Re: Can I run PSX Emulator?

    Use Xebra because you dont need to get too complicate plugins that ePSXe requires. If you want to know how to run Xebra emulator. PM me and i will be happy to help you in 2 minutes step by step. It is best emulator for n00bs and have a huge compability than ePSXe does.
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    Figures, you tell me after I get ePSXe and get some plugins that it told me I need. If ePSXe doesn't work, I'll keep that in mind.

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    Default Re: Can I run PSX Emulator?

    Ok, suit yourself.
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    How much better is it?
    Because if overall ePSXe is better when you play games I'll learn to play it, If when you play a game Xebra is better, I'll switch my Emulator.

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    Default Re: Can I run PSX Emulator?

    you should test both if you knew how to use plugins for ePSXe and Xebra doesn't need it but have a greater compability than ePSXe. I am using two emulators... ePSXe and Xebra.
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