Super Metroid works for me
Is it me or does Super Metroid not run on this one?
Super Metroid works for me
probably a dumb question... i assume the first download is the one for slim and the second one is for fat?
I was asked to memorise what I did not understand; and, my memory being so good, it refused to be insulted in that manner. ~Aleister Crowley (1875-1947)
The first is the compiled eboot.. and the second I would assume is the source... by the "-src" in the filename.
so does this mean that the slim theoretically has greater emulation capabilities than the fat?
do you need a higher firmware than 3.60 m33? thats what i use and when i boot it up it seems fine but forces me to choose 'x to continue o to exit' and neither of them works. someone earlier reported this problem. i dont want to upgrade after hearing about the possibility of bricking. any advice?
I had hoped the release of the Slim PSP and Dark_AleX's masterful work that there would be a resurgence in emulator development for the PSP. It looks like that is indeed happening.
Playing it on my 3.40 OE just now, and by the looks of it, this update is at least 5% smoother and faster than Rukka's last unnoficial build for 1.50 kernel....Even better, this one doesn't need any kernel specified from the Recovery menu, I have confirmed it running the same on both 1.50 and 3.40kernels. You just need to place it inside the plain GAME folder and walla! Why would there be a need for a Phat only release?
A great thing from this update is that it supports the custom firmware's 4th level of Brightness:thumbup: , which I could only get before by running it through IRshell...Another thing is that since it's a tad faster, it also runs better on RemoteJoy.
A word of advise....Redo any game setting profiles that you have clocked under 333Mhz, cause even though this emu is fixed to 333mhz speed, it'll run your previous profiles like you had em set...For example:
In my last Snes9xTYL I had Super CastleVania IV clocked to 300mhz....it still shows up like this under the new Emu's menu settings, and at first I couldn't do anything about clocking it up to 333mhz cuz the Emu itself will NOT LET YOU!!!(hence "Fixed 333mhz clocking" is really NO option to clock higher or lower speeds at all) A simple deletion of your old game profile should do the trick.
So far the only one I came across was in-game music hanging or muting itself after going back and forth into the Emu menu....But it's not a real biggie once you've set your preferences...Just reset the game afterwards.
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