I have the recommended bios image (scph1001), which works fine with other emus, but no matter where I put it, (and edit the ini file accordingly), the program doesn't recognize it and keeps telling me that the bios is not found. I tried the bios directory, even C: root, etc. but no luck.
I have Win98, but I don't think that matters here.
I have the same problem, bios not recognised, no mater where I put it. I also have win98. I have used scph1001.bin, scph1000.bin, scph5000.bin, scph5500.bin, scph7502.bin and bios41A.bin. none of them worked
I tried both absolute and relative paths, and tried to rename the bios files uppercase, lowercase, and a lot of ways. My windows is configured in spanish language (Spain's where I'm from). Maybe it may have something to do? As I said before, I'm using Windows 98 SE.
I'll also post you a link to a screen capture I made with the emulator running and giving me the error, and all the folders containing the emulator and bios folder. I'll post you the url as soon as I upload the image somewhere.
Hmm - everything looks okay - I'm not sure what the problem is.
Can you try changing the line in the .ini file to :
Yeah, I tried that too, but I had the same error. I simply don't know what can be the cause of this, maybe a bug when running the emu on win9x (ah, I forgot to say, I have directx 9.0c installed). Maybe in a next version the bug will be able to be fixed once we discover the cause.
Well, anyway, thank you very much for your concern.
hi again. I downloaded and executed filemon. But it's the first time I use this program, so I don't know well how to use it. Nevertheless, I paste some of the lines in wich seems that psx is searching his folders, or something. I didn't see anything about accessing to scph1001 or something. Only the line in 311 looks for the bios folder, and it apears "succes". I didn't find anuthing more that makes references to the bios files:
I pasted only his part couse the entire log size is about 1800 lines XDDD but if you need it, I can send to you by mail all the log. Also I used grep to get only the lines where strings like "psx" or "Psx" appears, so it not be so tired to dive between almost 2000 lines. I f you need those logs, just tell me and I'll send them to you.
Sorry for not giving explicit instructions. Make sure you run the filemon before hand if you didn't already(no mean to insult if you did) and use the Oil Filter Icon and replace the filter * with *psx* although its image name might be different, I haven't checked yet.(it will be the same thing as its process name in ctrl-alt-del or procexp) , run the emulator and post the results.
The lines should be like 308 2:13:23 psx(or whaterver under spanish windows):FFFEA9B9 FindOpen C:\PSX_1_0\*.* SUCCESS
Also look out for FAIL 's by the emulator.
This will help figuire out which file handle its trying to open when it looks for the bios.