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Cross
June 30th, 2005, 16:09
Ok time for some major changes as I am back with a 1.50 PSP again lol. So here is what I have so far. The size of the list is hopefully going to work with just the font size change I am trying... we shall see.

A Huge THANKS to all EMU creators & developers as well as all developers for the PSP, without you I def would not enjoy my PSP as much as I do now! (Nor would the many ppl who post here and in other communities)

Now first I want to add the EMU's that are available & how they stack up outside of my personal thoughts on them. I am also expanding to include the NES EMU's & hopefully soon the Sega EMU's.

As far as Games/ROMs compatibility look below for what’s not working on each EMU and what is. It is an on going test & some of the games I do not have so they have to be updated by those trying to play them. I will try to keep things as updated as possible though so keep checking back & if you find out before I do, let me know :D .

Downgraders for V2.0 to V1.5 are here! Use this Guide!!
http://www.dcemu.co.uk/vbulletin/showthread.php?t=11365

Downgraders for V2.5/2.6 are here! This is the Easy Version.
http://www.dcemu.co.uk/vbulletin/showthread.php?t=28181

Quick FAQ on installing EMU's on 1.5
Ok first Download the tool: SEI PSP Tool (http://www.psparchive.de/cgi-bin/cfiles.cgi?0,0,1,0,15)
For Mac Users this is VERY sim to SEI Tool: HomebrewPSP for OS X (http://www.versiontracker.com/dyn/moreinfo/macosx/27122)
Now get your Emulator from one of the links below, & download it to the desktop.
Unzip the files to your desktop & connect your PSP!!
Now open SEI & direct it to the desktop (Just keep pushing the icon with the folder & an arrow). When you get there you will ONLY see the EBOOT file of that EMU (Please do only one EMU at a time & delete the files on your desktop before starting the next one!!!).
Now You name the file in the first text box, select the eboot file in the second one & the third you just select which one is your psp drive letter. (The PSP Must be connected & in USB Mode for this to work!!! You can find your drive letter by looking under My Computer.)
After you have done all that just select hide corrupt files & click Generate. Now go to your PSP (Using My Computer) & go to PSP->Games->Whatever you named your EMU. Now put any remaining files (excluding text files) into the folder WITHOUT the % Sign. Also put your Roms in that same folder. Now your ready to play your Emulator(s)/and Homebrew!


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Ok first to the Super Nintendo.

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Need to Know Information:
Many have asked what settings to use for the best performance. Now there are many settings used to attain good speed & game play. I personally have discovered the following with all EMU's on the Super Nintendo Side;

Frame Skip @ 0-3 (Any higher then this will make effects such as laser blasts, flashes, etc not appear as well as when your character is hit; if they flash when damaged, most of the time they just completely disappear if the Frame Skip is above 3) With Auto Frame Skip or the Speed Limiter (They are identical just one is UO SNES and the other is SNES9X TYL) its good to leave on, it basically tells ur PSP to use up to the number you set (aka 1-3) to speed up & slow down the game (Slow down for when theres little action/sprites etc & it makes things seem like they are on super speed lol). I have found that even at 3 some enemys in Illusion of Gaia disappear so switching to 2 at times is needed!

CPU set at 333mhz (Let me clear this up for those who would ask, The PSP comes UNDERCLOCKED!! at 222mhz. It is made to run at 333mhz but that drains the battery much faster & so Sony Underclocked the PSP's Processor to increase battery life. In all actuality you are not overclocking the processor or harming it, the CPU & all its components were made to run at 333mhz from the day it was made, but since Sony locked it at 222mhz until better batteries are available (& until Gran Turismo 4 comes to PSP) we have to manually turn it back up to the normal speed. So do not be concerned with using this option. However as the PSP EMU's progress you might find that you do not need to clock as high which will help get you better battery life (Or just buy the new battery).

Sound and Graphics speeds can be changed in UO SNES but I have found it to be really more effort then its worth. The Graphics speed up works with some games and others it causes problems with, on the Sound Speed it can be useful for certain events but then it just throws the music to extreme speeds when it becomes unneeded.

Sound @ 44k (Dropping to 22k is an option but in every game that I tried it I did not see any increase in speed nor did the frame rate counter go up any).

Transparency On (While turning it off does give you 1-3 more frames, 9 times out of 10 it also drops parts of the game. In Chrono Trigger its mainly just graphics effects on special attacks however in Zelda you have to run Transparency, unless you like not seeing the ground at times lol. Personally for the small gain I found using the graphics speed up more effective then losing transparency & recommend learning to use that instead & leaving this on.)

For what screen Size to use, I run Full Screen on botht UO SNES and on SNES9x TYL. For UO SNES I use the FullBL Screen Mode. (Can be fund by going past normal Full Screen Mode). For SNES9X TYL I use the default of Accurate Mix with Full Screen.




First We have the SNES9X TYL Release (http://psp-news.dcemu.co.uk/snespsp_tyl.shtml)


This Emulator was made by: YoyoFr, and many others. (I am working on a full list for all those who helped)

This is a Port of SNES9X 1.39. It was ported using some of the Palm Version from what I understand and for its first release a very Fast and well done EMU. It has proven to play many games faster then what was the current champ at the time (UO SNES9X). While it is a new release it does have a few minor bugs to work out but it is def the Fastest Emulator available for SNES Gaming, playing some games at full speed with no Frame Skip at all. It is loaded with features and screen filters. Not to mention the things promised in the next release included Speed improvements across the board among other things. This is my personal choice right now for SNES Emulation. The EMU below this is very nice as well but just not as fast. Plus the menu’s in this EMU are great! (It could use an Icon in the PSP Menu though).

The Available Options Include:
Different Graphics Filters, From Speed Setups to a Mix to a Full out Graphics Eye Candy
Speed Limiter (Just like Auto Frame Skip)
Screen Sizes to include, Zoom 1, Zoom 2 and Full
Transparency On and Off
Sound Quality Filter 44k to 22k etc
CPU Overclocking from 222 – 266 – 333
Freeze States



Second We have the U.O. Super Nintendo Release (UO SNES9x) (http://psp-news.dcemu.co.uk/unofficialsnes9xpsp.shtml)


This Emulator was made by: PSP Wiki/ Y

This is a port of SNES9x to the PSP. It is the most frequently updated of the SNES Emulators. It also sports the most options for controlling your games.
Personally I feel this to be the best EMU available for Super Nintendo Emulation, however it does not play all games. Corrections are being made but there are still problems (see the compatibility list below) Make sure your game(s) is not on the list! We try to keep it as updated as possible. I would recommend this EMU to all users as it gives you all the options you could need & is updated almost daily.

Those options include:
Graphics & Sound controls (These allow you to speed up the Sound & or Graphics up to 3 times there normal speed to help compensate if you feel they are falling behind)
Auto Frame Skip as well as Manual Frame Skip.
Screen Size Changes to include 4:3, Full Screen Width x2 & more.
Sound Options include Turning On & Off as well as Quality level.
Transparency can be Turned On & Off.
PSP CPU Processor Overclocking up to 333mhz
Freeze States



Next We have SNES9x .003a (http://psp-news.dcemu.co.uk/snes9xpsp.shtml)


This Emulator was made by: PSP Wiki / Bifuteki

This is a port of SNES9x to the PSP. This EMU is the most Compatible of all Super Nintendo Emulators. It plays most every game. If you have a game listed on the NON-Working Side of UO SNES then I recommend using this EMU. It has a lot of the features of the UO release but not all of them. The EMU has not seen an update in some time and I do not expect it will see one any time soon.

The options of this EMU are as follows:
Auto Frame Skip as well as Manual Frame Skip.
Screen Size Changes to include 4:3, Full Screen Width x2.
Sound Options include Turning On & Off.
Transparency can be Turned On & Off.
PSP CPU Processor Overclocking up to 333mhz
Freeze States


Work in Progress & Early Emulators

Optimized SNES9x (http://psp-news.dcemu.co.uk/snes9xoptimised.shtml); This EMU has not seen an update for awhile & does not include many of the functions of the above EMU's.
This Emulator was made by: Yoshihiro




Super Nintendo ROMs Compatibility:

Ok guys I decided that I am going to go through the games I have & post what does not work with which EMU's.

Anyway this will go by release & for now I will list what Does not work so far & what I have tested. If anyone wants to help, thanks!



SNES9X TYL:

Working:
Romancing Saga 3 English Version (Working but text is either cut off or jumbled)
Rudra's Treasure/Rudora No Hihou English Version (Working but text is either cut off or jumbled)
Star Ocean English Version (For some odd reason it shows japanese character text even though it's the translated English rom)
Rockman & Forte English Version (For some odd reason it shows japanese character text even though it's the translated English rom)
Radical Dreamers English Version
Contra 3
Tales of Phantasia English Version (slow/works but I didn't check to see if *there was any text problems)
Earthbound
Killer Instinct
Lethal Weapon (works, but has gfx glitches)
Super Punchout
Tiny Toons
Mortal Kombat 2
Cool Spot
Super Double Dragon
Fatal Fury
Final Fight
Mega Man X
Mega Man X2
Mega Man X3
Mega Man 7
Final Fantasy 5
Final Fantasy 2
Final Fantasy 3
Chrono Trigger
Illusion of Gaia
Breath of Fire
Breath of Fire 2
The Legend of Zelda (A Link to the Past)
Secret of Mana
Sim City
Star Fox (Very Slow)
Super Mario RPG
Ninja Gaiden Trilogy
Terranigma
Looney Tunes B-Ball (character selection screwed up, frame skip of 3 works)
Troddlers (sounds TERRIBLE, without sound - works perfectly)
Kirby's Avalanche (sound misstimed, graphics very nice)
TMNT 4: turtles in Time (graphics choppy occ.)
Joe & Mac: Cavemen Ninja
Wario's Woods (playable, but slow. sound garbled)
Super Metroid
Super Mario Kart
Super Mario All Stars + World
UniRacers
Super Bomberman 2
Earthbound
Earthworm Jim
Sailor Moon Another Story
7th Saga
Act Raiser 2
Castlevania IV
Donkey Kong Country
Donkey Kong Country 2
Dragonball Z Hyper Dimension
EVO
Star Trek TNG
Final Fight
Illusion of Time
Kirby's Dream Course
Kirby Super Star
Lufia
Lufia II
Metal Warriors
Mortal Kombat 3
Populous
Sailor Fuwa(?)
Sailor Moon R
Sailor Moon SuperS (Vol2)
Secret of Evermore
Secret of the Stars
Seiken Densetsu 3
Shadowrun
Sailor Moon S
Soul Blazer
Star Ocean (sound goes out when you enter town after loading a save state)
Super Bomberman 1
Super Ghouls'n'Ghosts
Super Nova
Super Punchout
Super Street Fighter 2 Turbo
Tales of Phantasia
Terranigma
Yu Yu Hakusho: Hakusho Tokubehuten
Zombies Ate My Neighbors
Gundam Wing Endless DuelNot Working:

Bahamut Lagoon English Version
Clock Tower English Version
Harvest Moon
Jurassic Park 2 (Froze PSP?)
Panic in Nakayosi L& (Froze PSP?)
Shadowrun
Stargate
Yoshy Island



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Next Up is the Nintendo System Emulation

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As for Emulator settings on the Nintendo:

As for Sound I ran at 44k all the time no problems. (NesterJ)

On Graphics I did full screen again with no problems. (NesterJ)

You can attain full speed w/ a max overclock of 270mhz (W/ NesterJ). While you do not have to overclock with most games I have found that using 270mhz seems to handle every game I have thrown at it at 50fps or above most of the time to include Mario 3. You can max it to the full 333mhz if you want but I just set mine to 270mhz & leave it there. In a few games as with my original Nintendo when to many characters hit the screen the game seem to have a split second lag but I found no difference at 333mhz in those games & since they happened on the original system I just wrote them off as being maxed for the limits of the system itself (The Nintendo that is).

Need to Know Information:
(Let me clear this up for those who would ask, The PSP comes UNDERCLOCKED!! at 222mhz. It is made to run at 333mhz but that drains the battery much faster & so Sony Underclocked the PSP's Processor to increase battery life. In all actuality you are not overclocking the processor or harming it, the CPU & all its components were made to run at 333mhz from the day it was made, but since Sony locked it at 222mhz until better batteries are available (& until Gran Turismo 4 comes to PSP) we have to manually turn it back up to the normal speed. So do not be concerned with using this option. However as the PSP EMU's progress you might find that you do not need to clock as high which will help get you better battery life (Or just buy the new battery).



The first & most widely used Nintendo Emulator is Nester J (http://psp-news.dcemu.co.uk/nesterjpsp.shtml)


This Emulator was made by: PSP Wiki / Ruka

This Emulator gets updated Often & seems to sport the most Features. It runs games at Full Speed with the settings mentioned above & supports Full Screen Emulation. There don't seem to be any known game problems with this Emulator that I have found.

Its Options & Features include:
Processor Overclocking
Sound Quality Changes & Options
Graphics Sizes to include Width x2, Normal & Full Screen
Freeze States

Cross
June 30th, 2005, 16:27
Second we have NES for PSP (http://psp-news.dcemu.co.uk/nesforpsp.shtml)

This Emulator was made by: REi / PSP Wiki

This Emulator is Updated, just not as often as Nester J. I have yet to load it myself as I started out with NesterJ & loved it.




Third We have Famicontest (http://psp-news.dcemu.co.uk/famicontest.shtml) (Also known as InfoNES for PSP)

This Emulator was made by: PSP Wiki

This Emulator does not seem to be well known or updated at all since its release here on DCEMU.


Nintendo Compatability List

Working

10 Pin Bowling - Loads but has graphics problems. If you keep pressing "A" it will lead you to the main game that usually has very little graphic errors and is playable
1943
1944
1999
3 Stooges
720
Boy and his blob
Addams Family
Advanced Dungeons and Dragons
Adventures of Bayou Billy
Adventures Dino Riki
Adventures Captain Comic
Adventure Island 1,2 and 3
All Pro Basketball
Amagon
Argus
B + W (jap)
Baby Boomer
Back to the Future
Bad Dudes - may need to speed up a bit in options
Balloon Fight
Barbie - some graphic glitches
Bases Loaded
Battle Chess
Battle of Olympus
Battle Toads - Hard to find a full working rom but there is one although it's a little buggy. such a good game though. if you get this pause the game!!
Batman
Beetlejuice
Best of the Best
Big Bird's hide and speak
Bill -N- Ted's adventure
Bionic Commando
Bucky O'Hare
Blues Brothers
Blue Shadow
Buggy Popper
Bo Jackson Baseball
Bomber Man - buggy
Battle City
Bubble Bath Babes - very funny but adult theme
Burger Time - very very hard to find a working (no bugs version) got it to finally run with no graphic glitch but it dumps when you die.
California Games
Casino
Castlevania series (all) - might be difficult to find a good version of each but they are out there
Cobra Triangle - great game!!
Commando
Crash Test Dummies
Dragonball Z - bugged but works


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Blank Screen

10 yard fight
1942
4 card ???
Arkanoid
ASO
Bad News Bears
Bigfoot
Blood Warrior
Blaster Master
Bomber Man 2
Booby Kids
Breakthru
Bubble Bobble (there is prob a working version somewhere)
Contra Force


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Loaded but don't work

Adventures of Lolo - graphics problems
Anticipation - Looks great on start screen, anything after has graphic flaws
Battle Tank - Loads fine, no graphic problems but locks everything during game
Boulderdash - graphics problems





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Next We have the Sega Genesis Emulators (Including MegaDrive and Game Gear)
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First we have the popular PSP Genesis (http://www.dcemu.co.uk/vbulletin/showthread.php?p=33031#post33031)

This Emulator was created by: Sougen

This is one of the more popular Sega Genesis/MegaDrive Emulators. I can not say for sure its the best but it seems to be very fast, and compatible (even running some games at full speed using only the 222mhz setting). It does not sport all the features of the Nintendo and Super Nintendo Emulators (Zip File Support, Filters, Etc) But it def plays well, clearly and quickly. The Author has decided not to release further updates do to the Source Code and Emulator itself not being ready for release (Its still not complete). So after being told this violates GPL rules the Author chose to finish testing on his own. I personally can not wait for the next release of this Emulator! (The Author has decided to release some updates and so we have seen this EMU progress and continue to be the best Genesis EMU available)

Some Options Include:
Full Screen
CPU Overclocking to 333mhz
Full Sound Support
Auto SRAM Feature (Not at 100%)

Need to Know Information:
Make Sure that you Return to the ROMs list BEFORE Exiting as not doing so can cause your PSP to Shut Off sometimes.
Let me clear this up for those who would ask, The PSP comes UNDERCLOCKED!! at 222mhz. It is made to run at 333mhz but that drains the battery much faster and so Sony Underclocked the PSP's Processor to increase battery life. In all actuality you are not overclocking the processor or harming it, the CPU and all its components were made to run at 333mhz from the day it was made, but since Sony locked it at 222mhz until better batteries are available (And until Gran Turismo 4 comes to PSP) we have to manually turn it back up to the normal speed. So do not be concerned with using this option. However as the PSP EMU's progress you might find that you do not need to clock as high which will help get you better battery life (Or just buy the new battery).



Next we have the DGen Emulator (http://psp-news.dcemu.co.uk/dgenpsp.shtml)

This Emulator was made by: Syn-Z

This Emulator seems very solid. It is still in progress and being updated by the author! It will be a great addition to the community! It has good speed but the sound still needs some work, its alittle static ridden. However the displays and everything else are excellent! It does however need a Region selector as some games will not play on it. :(

Supported Features include:
Full Screen
Has Vsync w/ On/Off
PSG Emulation w/ On/Off
YM2616 Emulation w/ On/Off
CPU Overclocking to 333mhz

Need to Know Information:
See OVERCLOCKING information listed in PSP Genesis Up above!!!
No Region Selector so not all Roms play!



Work in Progress and Early Emulators
MegaDrive for PSP (http://psp-news.dcemu.co.uk/megadriveforpsp.shtml) This Emulator has not seen any updates lately but appears to have supported Full Screen! Hopefully we will see some updates to it here shortly!
This Emulator was created by: Osakana

Generator/PSP (http://psp-news.dcemu.co.uk/generator.shtml) This Emulator just seems to have stopped updates. There are no screenshots and it seems like this EMU may not be seeing any further updates.
This Emulator was created by: Hotoke / PSP Wiki



Sega Genesis ROMs Compatabilty List
Ok this is what has been listed so Far as working and those that I have found to be working with the Genesis Emulators.


PSP Genesis

Working:
*The Simpsons Bart vs The Space Mutants
*Mega Man the Wily Wars
*Gunstar Heroes
*After Burner (U)
*Ayrton Sennas Super Monaco GP (U)
*California Games (U)
*Ecco the Dolphin (U)
*Jungle Book, The (E)
*Lemmings (E)
*Marble Madness (U)
*Sonic the Hedgehog 3 (U) & (E)
*Indiana Jones and the last Crusade (JE)
*Frogger (UJ)
*Lawnmover Man (JUE)
*Paperboy 1 & 2 (JUE)
*Sonic the Hedgehog 2 (JUE)
*Wonderboy III (JUE)
*Super Hang-On (JUE) (REV01)
*Rambo III (JUE) (REV01)
*Tetris (JU)
*Turbo Outrun (JUE)
*Outrun (JU)
*Lotus Turbo Challenge (UE)
*Lotus 2 RECS (EUJ)
*Bugs bunny in double trouble (U) -- region must be set & a tad better with cell.. odd gfx(jumps & left/right shake in picture)
*Aladdin
*Mortal Kombat
*Mortal Kombat II
*Mortal Kombat 3
*UMK 3
*Virtua Fighter 2
*Shining Force
*Shining Force 2
*Yu Yu Hakusho - Makyoutohissen (J) [h1].bin
*Yu Yu Hakusho Gaiden - Makyo Issen (J).bin
*Sonic 3 & Knuckles
*Sonic The Hedgehog
*Sonic the Hedgehog 2
*Running Pirates! Gold (u)
*Phantasy Star IV

Not Working:
*Desert Strike - return to the gulf
*Might and Magic III (u)
*Phantasy Star II (U) (Freezes up when starting a New Game)



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Next We have the Gameboy Advance, Gameboy Color and Game Boy Emulators
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Ok at this time Gameboy and Game Boy Color are Emulated together and Game Boy Advanced has its own Emulator. I am going to start with Game Boy Advanced and go down from there.

Need to Know Information:
Let me clear this up for those who would ask, The PSP comes UNDERCLOCKED!! at 222mhz. It is made to run at 333mhz but that drains the battery much faster and so Sony Underclocked the PSP's Processor to increase battery life. In all actuality you are not overclocking the processor or harming it, the CPU and all its components were made to run at 333mhz from the day it was made, but since Sony locked it at 222mhz until better batteries are available (And until Gran Turismo 4 comes to PSP) we have to manually turn it back up to the normal speed. So do not be concerned with using this option. However as the PSP EMU's progress you might find that you do not need to clock as high which will help get you better battery life (Or just buy the new battery).


Game Boy Advanced Section


First we have Virtual Boy Advanced (VBA) Emulator for PSP (http://psp-news.dcemu.co.uk/vbapsp.shtml)

This Emulator was created by: PSP Wiki

This is the only Game Boy Advanced Emulator I know of. It currently is still being worked on but is updated and keeps making progress. It seems to play games although not at full speed yet. No compatability problems have been mentioned as of yet. It does support sound as well.

The full list of features are:

Overclocking CPU to 333mhz (Red Screen)
Auto Frame Skip
Sound with On/Off feature




Next We have the Rin Gameboy + Color Emulator (http://psp-news.dcemu.co.uk/gameboyemupsp.shtml)

This Emulator was created by: Mr. MIRAKICHI

The Rin Gameboy + Color Emulator seems to be the Best for the job. It handles every game I have thrown its way be it Super Gameboy, Gameboy or Gameboy Color. It has many features as well as Full Screen and Overclocking.

Cross
June 30th, 2005, 16:39
NO I WILL NOT HELP YOU FIND ROMS USE GOOGLE!!!!

This space for further updates

Zeno
June 30th, 2005, 16:48
Very nice. I've got a bunch of remaining games to test on UO_SNES when I get home from work, so I'll be adding it to WikiGamers soon.

Also remember WikiGamers isn't just for SNES, anyone can add/start a list like the SNES one we currently have.

Cross
June 30th, 2005, 17:05
Great, I have added a Genesis one here, basically because I had tested 4 games and then found everyone else had been testing to ^-^

Cross
July 1st, 2005, 06:32
Sorry for the delay guys, I decided to go with my wife to the inlaws....yuck! But I took the Cube and played Metroid Prime 2 all day so it was ok lol.

I will add the rest of the Gen EMU's tomorrow I did not forget about the rest ^-^

Chrone
July 1st, 2005, 09:12
*Final Fantasy 3

Has major sound issues, the sound starts to distort and ends up in a mess of nasty audio that hurts your ears to listen to.

Puerrican718
July 1st, 2005, 15:21
Super Bomber 2 man works aswell with a frameskip at 2, transparency off, and cpu at 333mhz but has a weird bug where you cant progress to the next setting, ex. from choosing options for next vs. battle and then getting on to the battle. It looks like it freezes when the screen blacks out but if you enable the sound it'll go on. I just enable it till it loads and then turn off. It goes at a pretty smooth 30fps which is basically fullspeed at a frameskip of 2

Cross
July 1st, 2005, 17:50
I have noticed a weird bug with Phantasy Star 2 it stops when u start a new game and its going through the story.

On FF3 Mine plays the sound fine, the wind is alittle off but I have not noticed anythign else, where r u finding problems?

I am adding Super Bomber Man to it now

watoto
July 1st, 2005, 18:21
seiken densetsu 3 works fine now in the new release of the snes emu,they added high-res text support

Cross
July 1st, 2005, 18:45
k I will update that

Chrone
July 1st, 2005, 20:59
I have noticed a weird bug with Phantasy Star 2 it stops when u start a new game and its going through the story.

On FF3 Mine plays the sound fine, the wind is alittle off but I have not noticed anythign else, where r u finding problems?



The overhead map, and everthing passed figero or whatever that castle is called...the first town isnt so bad but it does have small sound issues. Once you get a little further the sound is unbearable.

Cross
July 1st, 2005, 22:27
hmm, ok I have not put that much into it. I actually ment to that along with Super Metroid and Chrono Trigger were big reasons I wanted the EMU. But I forgot I had Illusion of Gaia lol. I have been playing almost nothing but that.

I will list the sound issue with FF3 I hope its cleared soon, maybe 19 will correct it.

®eddragon
July 2nd, 2005, 04:58
Megaman X2 and X3 Works on the Latest release. uo_Snes9x for PSP 0.02y18

Note: I played X3 and it was slow but can run (Runs faster if sound is off). I did not play X2 yet, but I bet it will work.

Cross
July 2nd, 2005, 05:29
by works u mean everything displays and it plays? I have to check this out lol I think I put the ROMS on my PSP!! Great I will update this here in a few, time to eat!

®eddragon
July 2nd, 2005, 05:47
Yea everything shows very nice on the PSP screen. lol.

Cross
July 2nd, 2005, 16:52
Updated! Thanks for that information!

Carinhas
July 3rd, 2005, 16:35
Hi,

I'm new here and I'm a beginner in the PSP Emulation World.
I would apreciate some help from you guys. Where can I download those games I mentioned?
It would be nice if you posted the links to the games and to the applications needed, like the overclocking tool you mentioned.

Cheers.

Cross
July 3rd, 2005, 20:54
umm what games? If ur asking for ROMs of games for the NES/SNES/GEN then I suggest using google looking for ROMs and thats all I can tell u.

On the EMU's click the links for each emu listed on the first page.
SEI tool can be found on the PSP News page.
Overclocking (or actually clocking the PSP to its full Original Speed) is done in the EMU Menu itself.

Cross
July 4th, 2005, 19:04
I have almost finished the Genesis section and started the Game Boy section. ^-^ I want to start the Turbo Graphix 16 but I am not sure what to test on it. I am not really familure with this system or its games.

Cross
July 4th, 2005, 23:03
Ok I changed the first thread some, moved a few things around so that we could have a small install FAQ at the top for those who might need help installing. Hopefully that will handle everything.

Xplict91
July 5th, 2005, 04:55
you should add this to the snes ver 21 /

working super double dragon

works with flying colors except full screen

watoto
July 5th, 2005, 23:32
it still says text is cut off in sd3

Cross
July 5th, 2005, 23:50
I thought I grabbed that sorry. My Car's timing belt broke, lol if its not one thing its another. I will get it now.

Cross
July 5th, 2005, 23:51
NM I did fix it...it was just listed twice and I fixed the second one.

Cross
July 6th, 2005, 01:15
The new y22 Release has fixed the Star Trek TNG Reset problem!!

Cross
July 6th, 2005, 17:53
Ok I just checked the separation lines I had setup for Headers and saw that while they looked fine on my Resolution everyone running 1024x768 probably did not like it so I ahve changed it. Everyone with 1024x768 will see what it was intended to look like, everyone with beyond that will see the odd styling I choose to us lol.

Squid
July 7th, 2005, 09:23
I assume I have 1.5 firmware, just bought the US PSP. I had no trouble using SEI PSP Tool to put UO_SNES9x on my PSP, but when I run the EMU I can't see the roms I put in the same directory.

I'm supposed to just drop them in the same directory as the EMU, right? Not in the 'SAVE' directory. Do the file endings matter? Do they have to be particular ones? I'm trying to run a .swc or a .fig. I'm so frustrated >_<

(edit-I forgot to add that you guys are awesome! Thank you for all the helpful stuff, this thread was exactly what I was looking for.)

Cross
July 7th, 2005, 15:15
ok there should have been two directories. Make sure that you put the roms in the directory without the % sign. Another easy way to tell is the folder with the BIGGER EBOOT file is where your saves folder and ROMS should be.

Squid
July 7th, 2005, 21:57
Thanks for your reply.

I did have it all in the correct directory, the .swc and the .fig just don't work. Had to have .smc to get them to be recognised. Working fantastic now, showing it off to all my friends!

:D

Cross
July 7th, 2005, 22:09
And thats what everyone should do!!! lol I am getting ready to do it now :p

ryoo
July 7th, 2005, 23:07
Does anyone else have this problem? I try to run SEI PSP, and i get an error saying that "ntvdm cpu" has caused an illegal error. Tried it both on both nt and xp with the same results.

Cross
July 7th, 2005, 23:16
hmmm....... hardware related maybe?

ryoo
July 8th, 2005, 00:05
it was on two different systems.. i'll try it again tonight on my laptop.. but i dont think it's hardware related X_x.

is there a mirror of an older version? just to test it out.

Scoob
July 8th, 2005, 00:51
My verson is 1.51 does this mean that this won't work or should it still work i have done everything i should but cant get it work

Cross
July 8th, 2005, 02:19
1.51 is a no go. 1.0 and 1.50 only.

Hm sorry I should have guess that when u said NT and XP (Granted unless its NT 4.0 they are basically the same....)

Anyway your doing exactly what it says in the read me, nothing different no other messages while installing etc?

Thats the only version of SEI. I have not heard from anyone with a problem with it yet... hmmm I need some more info,

1) Was your PSP Conntected and recognized?

2) The program is failing when trying to generate the file or when starting up?

3) There are no errors on install nor any other messages? (Aka Norton etc?)

4) Have you tried redownloading SEI? Maybe its a bad DL?

RedKing14CA
July 8th, 2005, 03:02
i hate sony....................................... why dont they want us to use "unauthorized code" i mean WTF!?!??!

Cross
July 8th, 2005, 03:24
Because they want us to BUY their products.

RedKing14CA
July 8th, 2005, 03:41
were not using their products............... what products of theirs would we use? besides the whole UMD launcher thing or whatever.... i mean REALLY???

Cross
July 8th, 2005, 06:06
...The PSP itself and the Hardware/Software they want us to run on it implying buying THEIR PRODUCTS

Cross
July 8th, 2005, 06:31
so has anyone noticed a dif with Fat32, I feel its a little faster with video's icon loading, pics etc. I did not notice a big space difference

ryoo
July 8th, 2005, 17:27
omg i feel like an idiot -_-. ok, i figured it out. the mirror is down, in fact sei's whole website is down/gone? firefox was downloading a "cannot be found" html file and saving it as SeiPSPTool.exe .....stupid firefox -_-.

anyway, can someone mirror it? :D

edit//nvm, got it :P http://files.pspupdates.com/cgi-bin/cfiles.cgi?0,1,0,0,38,509

RedKing14CA
July 8th, 2005, 19:55
what hardware/software can i buy from sony? emulators? LOL!

Cross
July 8th, 2005, 20:39
i hate sony....................................... why dont they want us to use "unauthorized code" i mean WTF!?!??!


Because they want us to BUY their products.


were not using their products............... what products of theirs would we use? besides the whole UMD launcher thing or whatever.... i mean REALLY???


...The PSP itself and the Hardware/Software they want us to run on it implying buying THEIR PRODUCTS


what hardware/software can i buy from sony? emulators? LOL!

YOUR A F-ING IDIOT!!!!

Think about it you bought the PSP that Sony Hardware, Sony Games or Video Encoding programs are THEIR software. Just because your immature and annoying does not mean the rest of us want to listen to ur BS and insistent rambling, go bother someone else. Your the only one who does not get it, its a very simple idea. They want MONEY homebrew DOES NOT MAKE THEM MONEY!!! DO U GET IT YET?!?!?!?
Sony Games, Sony Hardware (Sony Approves all Memory sticks that are made aka San Disc) They make money off that as well, not to mention the things to come in the future just as with the PS2's Hard Drive, etc. Other items that are released from sony are what sony hopes to make more money off of, Homebrew and private non-licensed parties do not help them and they do not want that, hints the firmware updates. Everyone else here has figured it out, we may not agree with it buts its cut and dry ur just not THINKING!!!!!

Sorry mods but his posts have been really bothering me most everywhere, its just the way he presents himself. He seems to be out to argue and incite problems, I did report the post and understand if you feel I have done something wrong.

Thank you.

Cap'n 1time
July 8th, 2005, 20:44
YOUR A F-ING IDIOT!!!!

Think about it you bought the PSP that Sony Hardware, Sony Games or Video Encoding programs are THEIR software. Just because your immature and annoying does not mean the rest of us want to listen to ur BS and insistent rambling, go bother someone else. Your the only one who does not get it, its a very simple idea. They want MONEY homebrew DOES NOT MAKE THEM MONEY!!! DO U GET IT YET?!?!?!?
Sony Games, Sony Hardware (Sony Approves all Memory sticks that are made aka San Disc) They make money off that as well, not to mention the things to come in the future just as with the PS2's Hard Drive, etc. Other items that are released from sony are what sony hopes to make more money off of, Homebrew and private non-licensed parties do not help them and they do not want that, hints the firmware updates. Everyone else here has figured it out, we may not agree with it buts its cut and dry ur just not THINKING!!!!!

Sorry mods but his posts have been really bothering me most everywhere, its just the way he presents himself. He seems to be out to argue and incite problems, I did report the post and understand if you feel I have done something wrong.

Thank you.

temper temper. :)

Cross
July 8th, 2005, 20:46
I am sorry, I know I got upset with him but..I don't know something about him has gotten under my skin. I was also immature to get that upset, I am sorry to the other members of the forum. I will not change the post/edit anything out. I said it I will deal with the actions it results in.

Trips411911
July 8th, 2005, 21:03
My files may be different from yours so please don't flame me with, "Well i run (insert game here) all the time with no problems." Just trying to contribute...I'll update/edit this post unless mods want me to put it in a different thread.


Working
10 Pin Bowling - Loads but has graphics problems. If you keep pressing "A" it will lead you to the main game that usually has very little graphic errors and is playable
1943
1944
1999
3 Stooges
720
Boy and his blob
Addams Family
Advanced Dungeons and Dragons
Adventures of Bayou Billy
Adventures Dino Riki
Adventures Captain Comic
Adventure Island 1,2 and 3
All Pro Basketball
Amagon
Argus
B + W (jap)
Baby Boomer
Back to the Future
Bad Dudes - may need to speed up a bit in options
Balloon Fight
Barbie - some graphic glitches
Bases Loaded
Battle Chess
Battle of Olympus
Battle Toads - Hard to find a full working rom but there is one although it's a little buggy. such a good game though. if you get this pause the game!!
Batman
Beetlejuice
Best of the Best
Big Bird's hide and speak
Bill -N- Ted's adventure
Bionic Commando
Bucky O'Hare
Blues Brothers
Blue Shadow
Buggy Popper
Bo Jackson Baseball
Bomber Man - buggy
Battle City
Bubble Bath Babes - very funny but adult theme
Burger Time - very very hard to find a working (no bugs version) got it to finally run with no graphic glitch but it dumps when you die.
California Games
Casino
Castlevania series (all) - might be difficult to find a good version of each but they are out there
Cobra Triangle - great game!!
Commando
Crash Test Dummies
Dragonball Z - bugged but works
Double Dragon 1,2 and 3
Dragon Warrior 1, 2 and 3
Deadly Towers
Destiny Empire
Dig Dug
donkey kong and Jr.
Duck Tales 1 and 2
Elrong
Empirest
Family Feud
Final Fantasy 1 and 2
Fire Emblem
Galaga
Galaxian
Gauntlet 1 and 2
Ghostbusters 1 and 2
ghosts n' goblins
Ghoul School
Goal!
Golf
Golgo 13
Gradius
Gremlins 2 (1 didnt work for me)
guardian
Hello Kitty World (dont knock it till you try it. This is actually a good game)
Ice Climbers
Ikarius
Indy Cruiser
James Bond
Jimmy Connor Tennis
Jeopardy and 25th ani.
Joe and Mac
Joust
Jurassic Park
Kabuki Fighters
Karate Kid
Kick Masters (buggy)
Kirby
Lickle
Little Nebo...nemo whatever
Mad Max
Maniac Mansion
Marble Madness
Megaman (every one. i think there's 6 of em)
Little Mermaid (hot :P )
Metal Gear 1 and 2 (forgot how much i love this game)
Metroid ( i think i remember the password for the last boss is Justin Baily)
Micro Machine
Mike Tyson Punch out and punch out with Mr. Dream
Milliped
Mario is Missing
Monopoly
Mule
N.A.R.C.
NES Open
Operation Wolf
Othello
Pacman
Pinball
POW
Punchout 2
Punisher
Rad Racer
Rainbow (bubble bobble type)
Rampage
River City Randsom
Recca
Rescue The Embassy Mission
Robin Hood
Roger Rabbit
Scat
Section Z
Sesame Street
Silk Worm
Simpsons
Super Mario 1, 2 and 3 (can't tell you how many hours of my life wasted)
Smash TV
Snow Brothers
Solar Wars
Star Wars
Space Invaders
Spiderman
Super Sprint
Super Contra
Stunt Man
Swamp Thing (worst game ever)
Sword Masters
T&C Surf
Taboo
Tag team pro wrestling
Tennis
Terminator
Tetris
tiger Helli
teenage Muntant Ninja Turtles 1 and 2 (i finally beat 1 after 10 years. BAD ending and shredder is SO easy)

Attack of Killer tomato
Toobin
Total Recall
Ultima 1 and 2
Urusei
Wacky Racers
Wario Woods
Whomp Em
Willow
Wizadry (great great game. very hard)
wolverine
World Cup
YO! Noid
Yoshi's Cookie
Zelda 1 and 2
Zombie Nation

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Blank Screen

10 yard fight
1942
4 card ???
Arkanoid
ASO
Bad News Bears
Bigfoot
Blood Warrior
Blaster Master
Bomber Man 2
Booby Kids
Breakthru
Bubble Bobble (there is prob a working version somewhere)
Contra Force
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Loaded but don't work
Adventures of Lolo - graphics problems
Anticipation - Looks great on start screen, anything after has graphic flaws
Battle Tank - Loads fine, no graphic problems but locks everything during game
Boulderdash - graphics problems



That's all I have for now because my battery died but I'll update ASAP

Cross
July 8th, 2005, 21:08
Thanks, I will add that to the main page, and I agree, Cobra Triangle is a great game ^-^

ryoo
July 9th, 2005, 00:34
cross, you may want to update the link to http://www.psp-hacks.com/2005/06/24/sei-psp-tool/

the one i found earlier is 0.1, and it doesnt allow you to hide the corrupted data icons :x

Cross
July 9th, 2005, 00:36
I just updated it, it the old link to the thread here had gone down, In had temp switched to that one, now that the author has released the new version its back up and going (I just tested it) so we are good to go again!

ChrisKahn
July 9th, 2005, 05:19
SOunds likes all the emulators are working fine except the gba. Id like to try them out but i have a problem starting sei psp tool. Anyone know how to make it start? Everytime i double click it it says error starting program, a missing .DLL file. If u know how to fix it please let me know.

Cross
July 9th, 2005, 05:52
Some ppl seem to be having problems with SEI and I am not sure why. If you check the top of page 2 in the thread is seems a newer version was released try that.

o2byzst
July 9th, 2005, 06:14
I recently started using NesterJ to emulate my NES games on my PSP....problem is that it doesn't work. It boots up fine, then allows me to select my game, but when I choose the game it goes to a black screen with a colored (usually grey) square in the center.

My PSP is version 1.50 and I've used Sesi tool to create and generate all my files on my system.

I run the SNES9x and DGen emulators both of which work great. Although my Vectorman Rom doesn't work at all on DGen, but Vectorman 2 does...weird.

Any thoughts on how to fix this.

Cross
July 9th, 2005, 06:47
Is it just one game you are trying? If so it may not work, list the game(s) that are not working. i ahve no problems with nesterJ and the games I am playing. However we just started the NES Compatabilty list so any further info to add is appriciated. Otherwise lets take it from there.

o2byzst
July 9th, 2005, 06:56
No it seems to be every game. I've tried Bionic Commando, that failed. I've tried the original Metroid...nothing. Mario does work though...

o2byzst
July 9th, 2005, 07:00
Do the roms have to be named something special or does it have to be .NES or .nes?

Anything like that?

KevSz
July 9th, 2005, 14:47
Can Someone post some urls where i can download a emulator to play games on it and if it can HyperDs please i can find any emulators that worked..:(plz

Cross
July 9th, 2005, 14:52
Let me check what my games are formatted in o2.

All the URL's are in the main post, click the BLUE text on each EMU. Now you need tobe sure you have a 1.50 EMU, if its not 1.0 or 1.50 you can not play any homebrew.

ChrisKahn
July 10th, 2005, 09:06
You know when u play super mario world 2 yoshi's island on snes9x for PC u need to run it on force mode 2 in order for it to work. But i dont think all of the yoshi island roms are like that. Does anyone have the rom that runs normally without using force mode 2 so i can play it with the snes9x on my psp? If u have one or know where to dl it please let me know. Thanks

Cross
July 10th, 2005, 14:28
Just some friendly advce you can not ask for roms or where to get them, fast way to get urself banned. All I can tell you is try google/yahoo.

On Force Mode 2, Unless you have tried it and it fails I would try it. MMX2-3 are C4 Emulation and Star Fox is FX Emulation which both work. If you have display problems move to the BL display drivers that come with UO.

Good Luck

o2byzst
July 11th, 2005, 21:58
Hey Cross, do you know how I can overclock the uoSnes9x ver y25 emulator? The games are running a little 'slow' (good examples: Mario World, Maximum Carnage & Death Return Of Superman). I've read posts on the board talking about ver y26, which I can't find, that supposedly improves the slowness. I just figured if you can overclock the other emulators...than maybe you can for this one too.

I don't want to overclock it to 333mhz if I don't have...I was thinking 266mhz would be a great improvement. I've read that 333mhz could damage the memory card/PSP themselves...

I'd appreciate any advice you can offer.

Cross
July 12th, 2005, 16:25
You should read about overclocking listed next to every EMU here, its not really Overclocking, the PSP comes made to run @ 333mhz. Sony clocked it down to improve battery life. You will not damage anything on the system because it is currently underclocked. Just look at the Need to know Info you will see the explanation as well. Your fine using 333mhz. I use it all the time.

However to change the speed in UO SNES push the Thumb Stick Left and the last option before the Rom's List shows the processor speed pushing left or right changes the speed setting.

Cross
July 13th, 2005, 07:27
It would seem FF3/6 does nothave the further Sound Problems.

Kaiser
July 13th, 2005, 09:12
Man am I getting tired of people asking if its okay if they "overclock" there PSP to 333mhz

P.S keep updating on this forum cross its going great.

Cross
July 13th, 2005, 16:19
Its ok Kasier, some ppl miss it, everyone makes mistakes its how they handle them that counts. You should see the gentleman PMing me now to attack me for the WinPSP thread.

I am starting to think that even though I am reporting it I should make a thread here and post it all. I believe myself to have been trying to help but i guess that would be the sure fire way to find out.

auric_aka_Sum1
July 13th, 2005, 23:48
first off...how yall doin... im lovin the emu scene for the psp..... i jus had one question.... now...i konw that snes9x is decent....but..... is anyone gonna try to convert over Zsnes? that was and still is in my opinion, the best snes emu available. never had any problems with speed...unlike snes9x.....well....at least when i was emulatin, all the time... FEDs ran in my crib....took my old pc.... which thankfully, didnt have my geforce 6800 gt 256mb ddr3 video card in it...but they took all my emu and "pirated" software..... haha...great thing is...thats not what they were lookin for...so i cant be busted on it...haha..... sorry.... thanks

RedKing14CA
July 13th, 2005, 23:54
whats the good neogeo cd emu? there are two, but which one, i just wanna play metal slug 1 and 2 (3?)

Cross
July 14th, 2005, 01:35
... no ZSNES will not make it, however if ur not using that Geforce 6800 and its an AGP version I'll take it. Even trade ya my 9800 Pro 256 for it lol.

Anyway on Neo Geo I do not own any games hints I have no way to test it but maybe I will go see if I can find something on eBay, everyone seems to enjoy Metal Slug maybe thats the one for me. Any suggestions besides that? I think I played an arcade version and really did not like it.

o2byzst
July 14th, 2005, 06:55
Thanks for the info Cross. Are there any updates or emulators for N64 & Gameboy games? It seems like the PSP is powerful enough to at least emulate the Gameboy games decently.

dman32
July 15th, 2005, 08:19
The Legend of Zelda (A Link to the Past)..with this game there is constant static

Casper0878
July 15th, 2005, 18:00
I am playing FF3 and it seems to lag. i pushed the graphics up to 1.3 and when i go into the menu and then try to config, the screen goes black. if i take the graphics down to even 1.2, it works again but the game seems to always run a little slow. especially during battles.

anyways, is there a working MAME emulator?? and which emulator supports the metal slug games?? i love those and i just forgot which emulator runs them

Cross
July 15th, 2005, 18:47
There is a MAME EMU but from my inderstanding its limited. I have not gotten to it because Mega Man Power Battles does not play and thats all I have.

On FF3 and Zelda, I did not notice any static with y28, I did not try with y27. On FF3 I used Frameskip Auto and 3 and its fine, I do play with the graphics and sound but as u found out u can only go to 1.2 on graphics nd frankly I thouhgt it seemed to hinder it (moving the graphics) more then help so I just turned that off. Sound I play with continually.

Casper0878
July 15th, 2005, 20:03
did y28 just come out?? i thought i downloaded the latest one being y27. anyways, here is my latest question. if i want to download y28, how do i go about replacing y27. do i just delete it through the mem stick on the psp or do i have to hook up the psp to my comp and delete a specific folder?

Kingtj
July 15th, 2005, 20:44
You could copy over the old eboot files with the news ones.

Casper0878
July 15th, 2005, 22:01
is that all that i would need to do? cause that would be so much easier. but if not, lets say i just wanna get rid of the whole emulator for some reason, how would i go about doing that correctly??

Cap'n 1time
July 15th, 2005, 22:10
i get annoyed by the same thing Casper0878.

If you have a 1.5 you are going to have to run the exploit again. once you do that you can simply replace the normal folders pbp and the % folders pbp with the other pbps in the directories of the same name.

... meaning you can keep your save states and what not... but i think it resets the game specific settings you may have already setup :/

Casper0878
July 15th, 2005, 22:12
so thats it? just go ahead and load the newer version of the emulator and it just replaces the old one? i just wanna make sure that im completely clear on this before i do this cause i dont wanna mess anything up you know? anyone out there has done this already??

Cap'n 1time
July 15th, 2005, 23:28
so thats it? just go ahead and load the newer version of the emulator and it just replaces the old one? i just wanna make sure that im completely clear on this before i do this cause i dont wanna mess anything up you know? anyone out there has done this already??

thats it.

Trips411911
July 15th, 2005, 23:30
updated working NES rom list

arch stanton
July 16th, 2005, 00:03
Its only at the beginning of the game.
Its the sound of the rain. it stops when you get into the castle. :)

Cross
July 16th, 2005, 18:16
OK I will update the rom list and with the new Gameboy EMU additions hopefully by the end of the day. Aww it seems I am no longer stickied, oh well keep it bumped for everyone new that comes in!!! ^-^

Woh.. where is this lol... hmm I like the idea but I wonder where it is, maybe I over looked it.

wraggster
July 16th, 2005, 21:10
its still stickied :)

just in a brand new forum :)

Cross
July 19th, 2005, 18:05
LOL I am so lost :P Thanks wraggster just took some looking. I have updates for today everyone and I am finally almost done with the Gameboy update, I know it has been a long time coming.

Casper0878
July 19th, 2005, 19:09
sweet, ive been wanting some gba info for a while. you rock cross. good job!!

PS: i dont know if anyone has gone over this, but i was using my roms in zip format on the psp. i heard this is what causes some of the lag. when i unzipped it and ran the unzipped file instead, FF3 seemed to run better. just thought id share in case it hadnt been covered yet. and if so, my bad for bringing it up again

nickgundara
July 21st, 2005, 19:04
Cross, I need your help. You seem to know what you're talking about...so here goes. I downloaded the SEI tool v0.5c and put it on my desktop. I also dl'd a SNES emu and put it on my desktop. I open the sei tool and connect my psp. It shows up as G drive. When I try to complete the instructions in the sei tool, it tells me "PSP drive not found" I am certain that my PSP is hooked up properly. I have gone to the usb option on the psp and made sure that the PSP is talking to the computer. Still "PSP drive not found"??? Any ideas on what might be the problem?

Question #2:
I have bunch of roms on disk from about 4 years ago when I used to play NES and SNES games on my PC. Will these roms work with the various PSP emulators that are out there or do I have to look for later versions of these roms?

I really appreciate your help.

Thanks
Nick

Casper0878
July 21st, 2005, 20:15
nickgundara - well, at the bottom of the seipsptool it asks for a specific drive. you must change that to G since thats what your computer assigned for your PSP. if youve done that already, then i really dont know what the problem could be. and your roms from 4 years ago should work as far as i know. thats what i using

Cap'n 1time
July 21st, 2005, 20:19
nickgundara - well, at the bottom of the seipsptool it asks for a specific drive. you must change that to G since thats what your computer assigned for your PSP. if youve done that already, then i really dont know what the problem could be. and your roms from 4 years ago should work as far as i know. thats what i using

just to prevent possible confussion... the PSP might not be assinged to G. Mine is assigned to F. the psp is just the one... that wasnt there before :)

Casper0878
July 21st, 2005, 20:21
right, thats what i meant when i said that he needs to use G since thats what his comp assigned to the PSP when it was plugged in. G was obviously not there before. hope this helps!!

nickgundara
July 21st, 2005, 23:20
I did that. G was what the computer assigned to the drive. All the other letters dont work anyway....and G is the only one giving me the error in the sei tool. Someone else told me that a lot of people have problems with the sei tool. I also tried the same thing on another computer and had the same problem. Cant figure this out! I want to play classic games on my PSP now!!!

Kaiser
July 22nd, 2005, 00:10
Cross, I need your help. You seem to know what you're talking about...so here goes. I downloaded the SEI tool v0.5c and put it on my desktop. I also dl'd a SNES emu and put it on my desktop. I open the sei tool and connect my psp. It shows up as G drive. When I try to complete the instructions in the sei tool, it tells me "PSP drive not found" I am certain that my PSP is hooked up properly. I have gone to the usb option on the psp and made sure that the PSP is talking to the computer. Still "PSP drive not found"??? Any ideas on what might be the problem?


Hmm I got this exact same message in a PM but it replaced Cross' name with my own. Well Nick that is quite odd since you seem to be doing everything right. Any luck yet?

nickgundara
July 22nd, 2005, 00:32
Hmm I got this exact same message in a PM but it replaced Cross' name with my own. Well Nick that is quite odd since you seem to be doing everything right. Any luck yet?

Yes, sorry about that. I was going around asking some people that seem to be in the know the same questions. You were one of the lucky ones selected! No luck yet, I may need to try a different tool.

Casper0878
July 22nd, 2005, 03:35
i dont understand why it wouldnt work. i didnt have a single problem using that tool. is your PSP 1.5??

nickgundara
July 22nd, 2005, 18:48
Guys, I figured it out. I had bought a new 1gb memory stick, and as Im new to all this, I didnt realize I had to format it. I stumbled upon the option on my psp and formatted it. From there everything worked like a charm! I was kind of dissapointed with the games coming out for psp, and was killing time with N4spd Underground and Hot Shots Golf. Now I dont care if I never get another PSP game again! NES and SNES rules! If anyone has a good Neo Geo emu, please PM me. Thanks again for all your help.

Casper0878
July 22nd, 2005, 18:58
well, im glad you figured everything out. it was bugging me. how much did you pay for your 1gb memory stick? im also trying to buy one

nickgundara
July 22nd, 2005, 19:42
The best deals I've seen so far have been on ebay. You can get it for around $100-$110 including shipping. Everywhere else its going for $140 and up. I got an employee discount here in the Los Angeles area, because I know someone that works for Fry's electronics. Still cost me approx $112.

Casper0878
July 22nd, 2005, 19:54
yeah, i won the bidding on one for $106 with shipping and everything, but the guys paypal didnt work and after speaking to a paypal rep they advised me not to pay him. that something fishy was going on. so i gotta keep looking. the high speed memory sticks cant be used to their full potential on a psp can they??

Clare
July 23rd, 2005, 00:59
Don't forget about the PSP compatibility List:

PSP Compatibility Lists (http://www.berzerk.co.uk/psp-tracker)

Would it be possible for people to update their findings on the lists. Just click on the status icon for a game and select a status. It's as simple as that :)

Clare.

Kaiser
July 23rd, 2005, 02:23
...Now I dont care if I never get another PSP game again! NES and SNES rules!...

Welcome to our side of the PSP :cool:

Bandrik
July 25th, 2005, 05:26
Casper and friends,
Just to let you know, I bought a 1gb SanDisk Memory Stick Duo Pro from www.ebuyer.com (http://www.ebuyer.com/) for $98 after tax and shipping. Package came via USPS and arrived 3 days later! SanDisk even includes an adaptor that lets you use the Duo stick like the older, longer version of the memory stick. Useful if you have a camera or memory stick adaptor for the non-duo variety. Both work great!

Sounds like ebuyer.com is cheaper than eBay, and with a return policy, I trust it better, personally. Hope this helps!

-Bandrik

Casper0878
July 25th, 2005, 05:55
sweet dude! thanks for the info. im gonna have to check that out and see whats up with that website. unfortunately ive already made a bid on another memory stick so ill have to wait and see how that turns out. but thanks for the advice!!

Kaiser
July 25th, 2005, 09:06
Casper and friends,
Just to let you know, I bought a 1gb SanDisk Memory Stick Duo Pro from www.ebuyer.com (http://www.ebuyer.com/) for $98 after tax and shipping. Package came via USPS and arrived 3 days later! SanDisk even includes an adaptor that lets you use the Duo stick like the older, longer version of the memory stick. Useful if you have a camera or memory stick adaptor for the non-duo variety. Both work great!

Sounds like ebuyer.com is cheaper than eBay, and with a return policy, I trust it better, personally. Hope this helps!

-Bandrik

Damn Spammers

nickgundara
July 26th, 2005, 20:38
Does anyone have a link to download PSP Genesis? I cant seem to find it. Thanks for the help.

Nick

Cross
July 27th, 2005, 16:45
look in the psp gen forums thats the only place I have found it. check the last pages he released a newer version.

Cross
July 27th, 2005, 16:48
Cross, I need your help. You seem to know what you're talking about...so here goes. I downloaded the SEI tool v0.5c and put it on my desktop. I also dl'd a SNES emu and put it on my desktop. I open the sei tool and connect my psp. It shows up as G drive. When I try to complete the instructions in the sei tool, it tells me "PSP drive not found" I am certain that my PSP is hooked up properly. I have gone to the usb option on the psp and made sure that the PSP is talking to the computer. Still "PSP drive not found"??? Any ideas on what might be the problem?

Question #2:
I have bunch of roms on disk from about 4 years ago when I used to play NES and SNES games on my PC. Will these roms work with the various PSP emulators that are out there or do I have to look for later versions of these roms?

I really appreciate your help.

Thanks
Nick


On question 1,make sure you connect the PSP BEFORE you open SEI tool. Let the PSP Be recognized by windows, etc then start it up and it should be there. (also make sure you know which drive it is by checking my computer.)

on question 2, you should not have a problem. Unless an EMU changed the format like DGEN tends to with Gen roms, the you should be fine with NES and SNES I was not aware of any that did and mine worked just fine, I have them all archived from 2003.

Cross
July 27th, 2005, 16:52
Ok now that I handled that and he got the help he needed (I should have known to start with the easiest thing first) I am back from New Mexico and I have a ton of updates but I need to get the latest versions and add those.

Thanks guys!!

Bandrik
July 28th, 2005, 02:00
Damn Spammers

I beg your pardon? I'm no ebuyer.com junkie, nor do I support them any further than saying they happen to have the best deal that I know of at the time. Someone asked for pricing and I simply stated what I found online. I hate spam as much as the next guy, and I apologize if my assistance may have come across in such a way.

-Bandrik

Casper0878
July 28th, 2005, 03:47
hey cross, any word yet on a good neo geo emulator?? or am i dumb and did i miss your review on it already? thanks

Cross
July 31st, 2005, 05:09
I have no problem doing a Neo Geo eview but I do not own any Neo Geo Games.... I never ran across one in all my life that I know of.

Casper0878
July 31st, 2005, 06:50
are you talking about the physical game or a rom??

AKB
July 31st, 2005, 06:54
i ran acros a metal slug neogeo game ones and that it

Cross
July 31st, 2005, 17:23
an actual game. I never have played the neo geo itself or owned anything from it.

navdeep
July 31st, 2005, 18:51
thanks helped a lot and cross clean up you pm list i am try to wright you something

Cross
August 2nd, 2005, 02:35
I believe I cleaned it up lol I will check now, go ahead and send me a PM

pepsolman
August 2nd, 2005, 03:28
Ok... I have noticed that there is a working ROM list for PSPGenesis.
As for DGEN... just a description of the emulator.

If there is a certain post that would point me to a list... I would gladly appreciate the link to it.

If not... I will do some testing myself because I have noticed some great differences in PSPGenesis and DGEN.

Basicly PSPGenesis runs most everything with good speed and ok sound... no full screen or zip support.

DGEN... lots of problems... lots of sound problems. Some roms freeze in the middle of play.

The problem I see here is that most people are overlooking this stuff. They just say, "ah.. its a ok emulator.. does fullscreen... blah." Until I can find some better detail on DGEN... I will be doing my own testing and will be glad to post it on this thread.

Cross
August 3rd, 2005, 06:39
DGen just is not as popular in my mind I stick with PSPGen. Hints why there is no list plus your the first one to request it. I am actually removing the Oficcal SNES 9x List as it has not been updated. However I think the new SNES EMU may be listed I have not decided.

I am also trying to review the Mame and RIN Emulators but again if they do not get updates I am not giving them a whole lot of atten.

If you want a Gen list then we can work on that however they take up a lot of space so I am considering changing the file to a Spreadsheet and making it a picture included or a link to a pic. I will decided when I finish coping everything to the laptop and completely redoing it again after the HD crash I went through with the laptop.

Now I want to add that the New SNES EMU is really proving to be an all out amazment, faster in a lot of areas but not all.

Back to the PSP Gen EMu it may not be full screen but its def the higher of the two EMU's at this point. DGEN has some nice features (I thought PSPGen had full screen now?) I have yet to run PSPGen since i DL'd the Update I have been busy with other EMU's. I will check back into that. Frankly though as you can see in almost 13 pages there has been no real requests for DGEN. If you have a list of roms that DO NOT WORK on DGEN but work on PSP GEN or Visa Versa just send them to me. I will be happy to add them, or post it here and I will put it up front.

However, like i said I had a whole change and update that was lost for this thread, when I finish redoing it tomorrow hopefully I will add things at that time, post it and I should have it added.

Also....seeing Fight Club for the first time really plays games with your head. LOL

Now if you want me to list the faults of EMU's.. well again theres two reasons I did not. One I do not want to test every damn release esp if the EMU is not one I am currenlty using or feel is where I want to be. So by listing problems I have to check them...every release, plus these coders know the problems they do not need them put in new comers faces, let them decided let them talk to the community, let them make contributions and add input. (Although this also leads to some cases where they should have used the Search Button *Sigh* you can never win) But frankly, these codes work hard and I am not going to post problems I feel with the EMU's that are present. They hear them from those who want them changed, those who can not do it, and those who just want the thing to work. Frankly I think thats enough, no more then enough.

Cross
August 6th, 2005, 03:04
Ok I seem to have lost the rest of the RIN Updates and I have to create links for the RIN and SNESTYL Emulators but this is most of the new updates for the page.

Kaiser
August 8th, 2005, 01:54
Nice Work Cross. I'm glad this continues to be updated. I've decided to add my own little FAQ as well hopefully Wraggs gets a chance to look at it when he comes back.

Cross
August 9th, 2005, 02:41
Wheres it at Kaiser I will give ya marks for it ^-^. Thanks for the support on this one. I just felt we all needed to be kept updated, esp those new to the forums.

p4ch3c0
August 11th, 2005, 10:06
For NesterJ, all of the ROMs for Action 52 that I've tried makes the screen go red and say some kind of fatal error when 51% of the ROM has been decompressed.

EDIT: Sorry, I didn't read through the rest of the thread. Please disregard this post.

Cross
August 19th, 2005, 17:52
I have been busy guys, my tranny hit my cars frame and cracked the case so I am fixing the motor mounts and replacing the tranny. LOL it just takes time it would seem and it gave me a reason to install the Oil Cooler and other stuff I have had waiting here for it.

Froggy
August 28th, 2005, 09:51
Props to the guy(if it was just one) who wrote this, it's very helpful!!

I know running Emu's at 333mhz doesn't hurt the PSP, but it does effect Battery life, correct? So then that would make a difference between running an Emu at say 270 as opposed to 333 if there is no difference cosmetically.

thanks.

Froggy
August 28th, 2005, 11:17
Also I was wondering if the screen on the PSP burns easily. just want to see if I have to run the Emu's in fullscreen

thanks

Cap'n 1time
August 28th, 2005, 16:27
Props to the guy(if it was just one) who wrote this, it's very helpful!!

I know running Emu's at 333mhz doesn't hurt the PSP, but it does effect Battery life, correct? So then that would make a difference between running an Emu at say 270 as opposed to 333 if there is no difference cosmetically.

thanks.

Im no psp guru, but as far as I know the only thing that will be affected by the boost in the clockrate is battery life. many things can run fairly well at 266mhz now if your worried about it, but i think the extra juice used for 333 is nessicary.

Timeless
August 29th, 2005, 04:05
Hello everybody.
I ran into a proplem with running snes roms on the psp and I tried looking for an answer by reading most of the 13 pages of stuff posted on this topic and a few other topics. I couldn't find a solution, so I decided to post something.

I'm using SNES9xTYL, all the roms I tried loaded and ran, except for one single common problem shared by all of them. It lags. It's a consistent lag, even when nothing but a logo is popping up on the screen it lags at the same rate. I tried about 7-8 roms (ff6, turtles in time, mega man x, tales of phantasia, tetris attack, and others). I thought maybe I had to optimized the settings, so I tried all sorts of combination, like raising/lowering the clock speed, raising/lowering frame skip.

Anyways, anyone have any ideas what the problem is? or can direct me to the solution? thanks.

Kaiser
August 29th, 2005, 05:59
Hello everybody.
I ran into a proplem with running snes roms on the psp and I tried looking for an answer by reading most of the 13 pages of stuff posted on this topic and a few other topics. I couldn't find a solution, so I decided to post something.

I'm using SNES9xTYL, all the roms I tried loaded and ran, except for one single common problem shared by all of them. It lags. It's a consistent lag, even when nothing but a logo is popping up on the screen it lags at the same rate. I tried about 7-8 roms (ff6, turtles in time, mega man x, tales of phantasia, tetris attack, and others). I thought maybe I had to optimized the settings, so I tried all sorts of combination, like raising/lowering the clock speed, raising/lowering frame skip.

Anyways, anyone have any ideas what the problem is? or can direct me to the solution? thanks.


Hehe thats just the emulator dude. Snes emulators have gone a long way on the PSP since the first. But the emulation still has its issues. Its still playable but more work will be needed to get them near perfect. The only real emulators running near perfect are NesterJ and Rin.

Timeless
August 29th, 2005, 08:49
Ahh, so it's not just me that's having this trouble. When I was reading the post by other people, I got the impression that everyone else was running those roms perfectly. I'll try out some NesterJ to check it out.

Cross
August 31st, 2005, 17:58
What did u think of nesterj?

parabolee
August 31st, 2005, 20:12
Ahh, so it's not just me that's having this trouble. When I was reading the post by other people, I got the impression that everyone else was running those roms perfectly. I'll try out some NesterJ to check it out.


Well witht he clock set to 333mhz and a frameskip of 1 or autoskip, I get 90% of games running perfect. And worse case is a frameskip of 2.

There are a few exceptions but 99% of snes games play fantastic on SNES TYL.

pspfan
September 12th, 2005, 01:39
Hey, I have a question. Once you download an emulator, how do you dl all the games for it? Sorry if that's stupid, but I'm a noob to all this.

Cross
September 12th, 2005, 07:48
Try google for ROMS works great

Gasaraki
September 13th, 2005, 00:47
Hi, I have one question. Do these emulators work with 2.0 Firmware? Thanks everyone.

Cross
September 15th, 2005, 17:21
Beats head on post

Kaiser
September 16th, 2005, 22:43
Beats head on post


Just be gald your thread hasn't turned into the state of Xuphorz Homebrew Install guide. It has like 6 solid pages of "Emus no work" or "Why no work on my 2.0?"

Gasaraki
September 17th, 2005, 20:28
A reply of NO would be much easier to type and you wouldn't have to waste so much time typing in your non-helpful reply of "bangs head on post". Great job.
Maybe I don't want to read 13 pages of posts by people like you. A short, simple, nice answer is not that hard. :mad:

Highflyer
September 20th, 2005, 06:13
This is supposed to be a quote...

Gasaraki A reply of NO would be much easier to type and you wouldn't have to waste so much time typing in your non-helpful reply of "bangs head on post". Great job.
Maybe I don't want to read 13 pages of posts by people like you. A short, simple, nice answer is not that hard. End Quote

Right, well it's obvious that I don't have the skills to work out how to quote on a forum. That said, I want to raise the point that people like you, besides being flamebait are the sole reason for natural selection.

I want to make it clear that I don't post on forums, you made me get an account just to tell you off and that makes me angry...you wouldn't like me when I'm angry...rar!

Stupid quotes aside, don't waste peoples time with redundant questions because you're too lazy to bother reading something. I have been in the emulation scene since 1997, and I think I have probably fewer than 10 forum posts in various places. You should only ask questions if you really can't find the info. They don't make Newb FAQs for nothing. Chances are someone has asked the same question b4 you, so open your eyes, dick.

You're not a Fat American are you?

--------------------------------
HighFlyer

onewingedangel
September 29th, 2005, 12:22
Um.. this may sound seriously stupid to most emulator users but how do you compress multiple roms into one? This sounds weird but my MS3 for neogeo is basically a folder with 16 roms labelled 214.rom and 214_2.rom etc.

Any help or am i just ranting like a madman :confused:

NoIsEy
September 29th, 2005, 14:17
where do you download the roms from ? for all these emulators can you please help me ?!
thank you so much if you can !!!

Catalyst
September 29th, 2005, 17:40
Is there a site where someone can download the games? I have the snes9x version 0.03 but cant figure out how to get games.

Cross
September 30th, 2005, 04:36
*Still beating head on post*

READ THE DAMN THREAD!!!!!

I WILL NOT HELP U USE GOOGLE TO FIND ROMS U CAN DO THAT!!!

b1ackader
September 30th, 2005, 15:34
So it'd be fair to say that asking about firmware 2.0 emulators will instigate a degree of head-banging? Fair enough. People should have worked that out. But I think a more important question, especially with recent discoveries, is are emulators being developed that will work in 2.0?

I'm still tryin to decide whether to use the firmware upgrade disc that was bundled with the PSP – I'd like to try the web browser, but at the same time I'd like to run hacked stuff. Will 2.0 be beaten? Soon?

Cross
October 1st, 2005, 07:08
Actually in your case no. Mainly because of this new info: (Plus I addressed the ROM issue many times before in this thread already as well as the other topic which both are in the VERY FIRST POST TO!!)

It seems 2.0 has been beaten with a downgraded that has gotten public review in the news. So its offical 2.0 may ot be running Homebrew but if you look around here at DCEMU you can find that a Downgrader has been made and you can go back and forth... I am just not eager enough to upgrade to 2.00 to use it lol.

As for EMU's for 2.00.. well I am not sure but I honestly think the best way around all this is a chip will eventually be developed. Until then I think the downgrade will be the way to do things for now until 2.00 is completely figured out (There has been progress made just for now as I said the DG seems to be the only working option)

Krueger F
October 2nd, 2005, 23:04
Hi there

I'm new here to the forum... I just had to register myself so I could thank you guys. I got the snes emulator running with some roms (Tetris, Super Mario All Stars & Stunt Race FX altough this last one isn't really playable)!

The VGA emu unfortunately didn't run, don't know why... but I'll try again later. Right now I'm happy the snes works :D

Thanks!

PSPFR3AK
October 3rd, 2005, 11:23
damn with that 2.0
now i can put use to 300 snes roms
oh sweet memories...
:p

badwolf
October 10th, 2005, 14:15
can any one tell me how to get it to work plz it keeps saying "the game could be started (8002001)" :confused:

Cross
October 17th, 2005, 18:10
*Head starts bleeding from beating it on the wall*

To the other two posters above thanks for the support, be sure to support your dev. I have been to busy to really try the new 2.0 crack or do anything else. (My wife and I are expecting any day now)

I look forward to coming back and catching up where I left off ^-^

PSPFR3AK
October 17th, 2005, 23:44
so when a GBA emulator for PSP?
i wannna play tekken
:)
i tryed the GBADVANCE emulator + that i used the seipsp tool and it starts then it gets back to psp menu.

Cross
October 26th, 2005, 05:25
Its unknown at this point. Maybe when we have someone who has the time to code it?

I am not sure what happened with the current gba emu. (I have not checked back up on it.)

PSP_Newbie
October 26th, 2005, 06:40
1.1 version of GBA emulator has been released today with a significant speed increase, but still no real sound, so it looks like this might progress to be a very succesful emu

Cross
October 26th, 2005, 06:44
Good to know!!! Slow and steady is better then non-existant!

Thanks again to all Developers!!!

Virus
October 26th, 2005, 06:45
the only emu i need for the version 2.00 is gba, and mybe neogeo cd. thats my dream oh ya full speed, duh

dolsowsky
November 8th, 2005, 16:33
Anyone know where I can upgrade to 2.0 so that I can use the Downgrade. The sony site only has 2.5 for download now?

The dude
November 22nd, 2005, 02:25
To solve the Gta problem cant you just put overflow.tif and 1.5 updater on your 32mb stick and then when you want roms pop out your extra stick (if you have one) and downgrade.

P.S. you have to be near a charger to do this.

kevthedrummer
November 30th, 2005, 00:23
Hi... sorry if this has been anwered........

I'm guessing that emulators will only work on a PSP V 1.5 or lower? What if I buy one with a higher version (because all others are nearly sold out) can I downgrade it so I can play my emulators?

Everytime you get a new UMD doesn't it upgrade the PSP to the version required for it? So can you downgrade a PSP that was a higher version than 1.5 when it was bought?

thanks

ikeable
November 30th, 2005, 05:24
Hello everyone Just wondering if anyone knows how to get cd rom games working on HUE. I have cd rom games in BIN-CUE format so how would I get them to work with HUE 0.70. Dying to play Dracula X. Cheers

Cross
December 14th, 2005, 03:47
Hmm seems like a few simple questions still being asked.

guys its great to WANT to do something on your PSP and were here to help (Although I have been VERY busy with my now 5 week old son) but come on.

You had to use google to find this place. Try using the search tool here and just looking through threads to.

The guys here stay up to date.

dorkdork777
December 21st, 2005, 20:54
OK, I know this may perhaps make somebody die from banging their head, but is it possible to do a virus scan on PSP software to make sure that it is free from PSP viruses? I have downloaded a few PSP apps from sites I don't 100% trust, and I want to be sure that they won't brick my shiny new PSP - almost new, anyway (eBay). Does anyone know of an app to do this? I ask because I downloaded Mac OS (for PSP), but it is a small zip (only 334kb, while Mac OSX Tiger is about twenty thousand times bigger :eek: ). :confused: :confused:

P.S. - It does fall into this thread because it is an OS emu.

Cross
January 25th, 2006, 21:56
Well guys, its been some time but it seems I now will be returning. I have found something I have to have. So I will be updating things again here within the month.

There have been many changes and many updates need to be made to include the new PSP Firmwares. I will get on it as quickly as possible.

Kaiser
January 27th, 2006, 02:46
Awesome to see you back at work on the guide, keep it up. This guide was the reason our forums got a guide section. It was the first guide and first sticky. :)

AlexanderPSP
February 28th, 2006, 03:47
anything on x-men vs street fighter for v2.50??

StevenRamsland
March 2nd, 2006, 02:33
Were can i download ZSNES?

StevenRamsland
March 2nd, 2006, 02:35
I have a 2.6 version psp.
But i cant find a website to download.

CocaCola
March 2nd, 2006, 23:49
There are no current SNES emulators that work with 2.6, to the extent of my knowledge. I'm 4 months outdated however...

hibbity
March 3rd, 2006, 19:39
would it be possible to pick apart one of sony's firmware upgrade files(2.6 perhaps) and replace the data with the 1.5 firmware data, or perhaps create a hybrid that is better than the standard firmware??

Also, Fanjita's eloader can load rin, snexTYL 0.3, and nester for sure, and there are goodies at romreactor.net that are awesome. Check it out everyone.

Virus
March 3rd, 2006, 19:50
hibbity no rom sites... you are so dumb....

cATSUp
March 7th, 2006, 00:56
Hey, i just got meself a login. I'd like to say thanks to all those who made it possible for me to play older games on my psp (although i'm not quite there yet)

if i happen to ask a stupid question/ a question that's already been answered, i'm sorry. Even though it may not seem like it, I have a lot of things going on. So bear with me... and get some asprin with my name written on it.

PSP Universe
March 24th, 2006, 18:23
some top info in here

ceramicwhite
March 25th, 2006, 02:58
i cant find the pokemon rom anywhere

Gene
March 26th, 2006, 07:56
would it be possible to pick apart one of sony's firmware upgrade files(2.6 perhaps) and replace the data with the 1.5 firmware data, or perhaps create a hybrid that is better than the standard firmware??

Also, Fanjita's eloader can load rin, snexTYL 0.3, and nester for sure, and there are goodies at romreactor.net that are awesome. Check it out everyone.

If you have a couple spare Psps you can test it on. Sure.

But even if there was, would you install unofficial firmware to your psp, that could easily be a bricker?

sroon
March 30th, 2006, 23:49
What snes emulator is better ME or the other one?

playamp3
April 2nd, 2006, 19:04
Is there a turbo grafx 16 emu?

FattyXP
April 30th, 2006, 23:03
I have noticed that changing the freq in SNES9X TYL .3 in the game Chrono Trigger from its default 22khz to 44khz resulted in a full speed game. Which strikes me as odd since lowering the khz on my old comp used to make the games run faster...
Also, there seems to be a layering problem, during battle the damage done is drawn under the unit, and in many menus I can't read anything. Such as shops and the first part of the character selection menu. I also can't see the name I'm entering for a character.

I don't have these problems with uo_SNES9X_0.02y32, Although I do have to set the frame skip kind of high during battles or it runs rather slow. I also have it clocked at 333mhz.

Mario Kart is worse, I need to change the gfx settings to even be able to se anything but my place and the scenery. Not to mention neither plays it at a playable speed unless sound is off.

Cross
May 12th, 2006, 03:23
Awesome to see you back at work on the guide, keep it up. This guide was the reason our forums got a guide section. It was the first guide and first sticky. :)

Its weird to think I had such an impact writing the info I found and sharing it... wow LOL. Thanks.

But I just can not do as many things as I want to it seems and Emulation and games in general have still just stacked up. Its funny I still make sure I buy every new release I want but they just collect dust. Many I have not even started but I just have to have them for my collection.

Maybe when my personal business finally takes off and I can pay others to do the work I can play but until then its full time work... and every once in a while in a waiting room some PSP or DS Action :p

Anyway I should try and update this with new releases and info. I will see what I can do in the next week or so. I have some time to myself I hope. lol

dreamer2050
May 16th, 2006, 07:11
i m having problem with brian lara crikcet 96 rom. with both emulators dgen and genesis it hans up between matches . when a catch is dropped or left hander is batting. does anybody knows how to fix it. i downloaded many versions of game and both emulators but same problems
thanks

rayen321
May 21st, 2006, 16:56
Hey Cross,

Ive poured through this forum and just cant find it. I am haveing trouble Downgrading to 1.50. The .tif file that is placed in the PHOTO folder shows as corrupt and wont play. Any ideas? (Other than whhy did you upgrade to 2.0 stupid! lol)

Cross
May 22nd, 2006, 01:45
*Just shakes head* I did not upgrade to 2.0. I sold my PSP for lack of games. I finally got a new one that was a version 2.5 and found 2 good games so far.

I just did not see the point of only owning a system that has a few good games and went for my DS. It does what I need, and I take it and now my psp everywhere along with my laptop so I have all my EMU's.

*shrug* I just felt 250 for an emulator was not what I wanted in a system, I wanted games that I enjoy and emulation. With the 3.0 upgrade I will have just what I want, all my ff and chrono and lunar games with me 100% of the time.

Cross
August 15th, 2006, 03:45
Holy crap u guys still remembered me!!! LOL I kept promising updates and the car just took over lol. (Still not done but its 85% there putting in th new motor then paint and my caliper mod and its done for a long time lol.)

Anyway this time I am serious. Its time to get back and I already bought a PSP V2.00 so I am back for good guys! No to learn everything I missed out on! Someone has a PM lol

nowelskeee
August 24th, 2006, 17:10
the game could not be started
8000201??

what am i suppose to do? soorry jst a noob

Video_freak
August 24th, 2006, 17:17
the game could not be started
8000201??

what am i suppose to do? soorry jst a noob
Are you running 1.5?

nowelskeee
August 24th, 2006, 17:21
Yes i am....

Video_freak
August 24th, 2006, 17:22
Then you put the two folders for whatever your emulator is called (Daedalus and Daedalus%) and put them in GAME. I used Daedalus as an example. ;)

nowelskeee
August 24th, 2006, 17:22
im using snes9x003a

nowelskeee
August 24th, 2006, 17:23
i only have one folder when extracted the zip file

Video_freak
August 24th, 2006, 17:24
Ok, then put the two folders inside GAME (snes9x003a and snes9x003a%). I've never heard of it. You know that snes9xTYL is the best right?
Here's a link:
http://www.dcemu.co.uk/vbulletin/showthread.php?t=24130&highlight=source+stolen

Video_freak
August 24th, 2006, 17:25
i only have one folder when extracted the zip file
And what is inside that folder? Just an eboot and some files? If that's the case, you'll need to KXPloit it, which I'll explain once you answer.

nowelskeee
August 24th, 2006, 17:27
when i extract the downloaded zip file, i only get one folder, then the eboot. what am i gona do?

Video_freak
August 24th, 2006, 17:28
when i extract the downloaded zip file, i only get one folder, then the eboot. what am i gona do?
I would just dowload snes9xTYL after all. It's the fastest for 1.5 users. Here's a hotlink:
http://www.dcemu.co.uk/vbulletin/attachment.php?attachmentid=5587&d=1147045778

nowelskeee
August 24th, 2006, 17:43
i cant seem to find a rom for Super Mario World... can u pls email me a link... nowelskeee@yahoo.com

Video_freak
August 24th, 2006, 17:48
It's sent. ;)

baby_rocket_dolls
August 24th, 2006, 20:27
do i neeed gta for the downgrader for the v2.6 to v1.5? if so theres no point in downgrading :s cus i dont have it lol

edit is there a way to downgrade with out gta? i have wipeout will that do and some other games :s

bah
August 27th, 2006, 14:15
do i neeed gta for the downgrader for the v2.6 to v1.5? if so theres no point in downgrading :s cus i dont have it lol

edit is there a way to downgrade with out gta? i have wipeout will that do and some other games :s

You can use any game you like, so long as its GTA. :D

jakekoh
December 15th, 2007, 03:18
Video_freak mind if you send me the link for mario world too?

one more thing, where do you guys get nes games from?

preetyforu
December 26th, 2007, 16:51
these are working

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pjp264
May 13th, 2008, 02:16
Mother 3 (menu patch) works great on the gpSP unofficial Kail Version

rachat024
May 28th, 2009, 09:07
Well, that's an interesting work. You have made very nice informative posts. :thumbup:They help me to improve my knowledge about this area. Thank you so much.

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