I wonder if your quick save and quick load can set a different key? I keep pressing the wrong button and overwrite my save fiiles..
About the pSX v1.11, i want to set the key "c" and some other different key it's like stuck(press without effect).. Oh ya, can u provide us a download link for your memory cards? If not we cannot save.(without using quicksave) And also your full screen.. Eh how to set a full screen? Can't find it.. T.T
Lastly everything is great with your graphices and sounds. i just hope that u could have Gameshark funtion. ;D
Post by Melanogaster on Mar 2, 2007 3:06:49 GMT -5
Well, you could try reading the FAQ for getting answers about most of the things you're asking for/have doubts. You could try searching the forum as well for finding some information on other stuff you may be struggling with...
Exactly, Melanogaster. Just from memory, I can confirm that the answers to all these issues are in the forum - most of them are answered in the FAQ or the readme.
blazinglkh: we sometimes get a little short with people who post here with questions that show they haven't bothered to make the least effort to find out the answers themselves. Go and read the forum FAQ and the readme that came with the emulator. Most of the answers you want, and the most important ones, are in there. When you've done that search the forum for the rest.
I notice, amano, that you said the last WIP that works for you is the one before SSE2 optimisation; versions after the SSE2 one (which wouldn't work with any non-SSE2 processor) include MMX support for non-SSE2 processors. What processor are you using? Is there any possibility it's not enabled for MMX?
I have the same problem as amano. I think is because SSE was not fully implemented on the athlon until the athlon XP and I am using an athlon 'thunderbird' which has mmx, 3dnow and a subset of sse instructions. Amano what type of cpu are you using?
SSE is not the problem, markos, the WIP that pSX Author released that wouldn't run on many CPUs was an SSE2 only version, not SSE - my 3200+ XP wouldn't work with it, for instance, as it includes SSE but not SSE2. Besides which, SSE2 is only necessary now for running PS2 emulation - which, as yet, doesn't really extend further in pSX than running a PS2 BIOS.
The last pre-release WIP and the full release should work with MMX capable CPUs - they work with the above mentioned CPU and a 1400+ XP I have in another machine. They should work with your CPU.
I'm wondering if perhaps amano has an old CPU that is not even MMX capable. If not, then the reason pSX doesn't run on his (or your) setup must lie elsewhere.
Post by mastercontrol on Mar 9, 2007 19:53:46 GMT -5
I have you newest version of the PSX emulator....But I have a few problems, if I may...
!.---I have *Diablo*, but it runs VERY slow...how do I speed it up? 2.--I have *Brain Dead 13*, but when I start the game, it has a hissing/scratching sound that comes and goes, in and out at about every second.....can someone help me fix the sound issue with it...OR send me a NEW copy of the game to me???
This is what I have on my system:
Intel(R)Core(TM)2 CPU 6300 @ 1.86 GHz 1.86 GHz 1.00 GB of RAM Windows XP Home SP2 NVIDIA GeForce 6800 GS Realtek AC97 Audio
For starters, you should have posted these in either the Game Compatibility or the Help & Support thread, Richard. In addition, you should not request that people send you games. This is encouraging people to perform an illegal action, and if we allowed this here, the forum would fall into disrepute. As it is, you'll probably get a warning for that.
Secondly, pSX should have no problems on your system. Hoever, if you'd looked in the Compatibilty lists, you have seen that, in previous versions of pSX, Diablo is known to run very slowly. There would seem to be no reports on current versions. There are no reports at all for Brain Dead 13. Time for you to make one. How do other, known good, games run on your version of the emulator?
Thirdly, although you've provided information on your system, you've provided nothing, apart from the names, on the most important issue, the games you're using: game IDs, possibly regional/format information, whether you're playing from Playstation CDs or images (and if so, what format?) and, whichever you're using, whether you've tried the other. Nor have you said what BIOS(s) you're using. All this suggests that, although it's prominently displayed on every page, you haven't bothered to read Things to Remember when Posting Reports.
And you haven't mentioned any configuration changes you've made to pSX.
Last Edit: Mar 10, 2007 7:22:25 GMT -5 by patrickp