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    Tutorial: ePSXe V.1.7.0

    Sony Playstation (PSX) Emulator Quick-Start Guide by: Rezo

    If you want to bypass all of the configuring steps and the need for BIOS, simply download XEBRA and run ARBUS DOWNLOAD

    Required Files:



    Optional Files:



    Instructions:


    Create Folders:
    • Create a Folder and Name it PSX
    • Create a Folder in PSX and call it GAMES


    Extract ePSXe v1.7.0:
    • Install WinRAR Archiver
    • Open epsxe170.zip
    • Click FILE -> SELECT ALL -> Click EXTRACT TO
    • Locate the /PSX/ Folder in the Middle-Right Box
    • Click OK



    Extract ZLIB1:
    • Open zlib125-dll.zip
    • Click FILE -> SELECT ALL -> Click EXTRACT TO
    • Locate the /PSX/ Folder in the Middle-Right Box
    • Click OK




    Add PSX PLUGINS and BIOS Files:


    PLUGINS FOR WINDOWS:
    • Open gpupeteogl209.zip
    • Click FILE -> SELECT ALL -> Click EXTRACT TO
    • Locate the /PSX/PLUGINS Folder in the Middle-Right Box
    • Click OK


    • Open gpupeopssoftwin118b.zip
    • Click FILE -> SELECT ALL -> Click EXTRACT TO
    • Locate the /PSX/PLUGINS Folder in the Middle-Right Box
    • Click OK


    *Make sure you Verify that: gpuPeopsSoft, gpu, and gpuPeteOpenGL2 are in the /PSX/PLUGINS/ Folder*


    PLUGINS FOR LINUX:

    ePSXe Plugins for Linux can be found at: LINK


    BIOS FILE:
    • Locate BIOS File or Several BIOS Files (example SCPH7502.bin)
    • Paste BIOS to your /PSX/BIOS Folder



    OPENING ePSXe v1.7.0:

    Windows Vista and Windows 7:
    • Open the /PSX/ Folder
    • Locate the ePSXe File with the GamePad icon (to the right under "TYPE" it should say Application)
    • Right Click -> PROPERTIES -> COMPATABILITY -> PRIVILEGE LEVEL
    • Put a Check in the RUN THIS PROGRAM AS AN ADMINISTRATOR Box -> Click APPLY -> Click OK
    • Double Click the ePSXe File -> Click YES (if Asked)


    Windows XP:
    • Open the /PSX/ Folder
    • Double Click ePSXe.exe



    RUNNING A GAME:

    **Optional** Use IMGBURN to make an ISO File of an Original PSX Game
    • Put Game ISO in /ePSXe/GAMES/
    • Open /PSX/ and Double Click ePSXe
    • Click Yes (if asked)
    • Click FILE -> RUN ISO
    • Locate /PSX/GAMES/ Folder
    • Double Click Game ISO to Select the Game



    ADDITIONAL OPTIONS:
    **NOTE: ePSXe MUST BE RUNNING AS ADMINISTRATOR**

    Configure a Gamepad/Controller
    [list][*]Acquire a USB Gamepad (an XBOX360 Gamepad WILL WORK)[*]Plug USB Cable into your Computer[*]Allow Windows to Install Drivers (automatic)[*]Open /PSX/ Folder and Double Click ePSXe[*]Click CONFIG -> GAMEPAD -> PORT 1 -> PAD 1

    **NOTE: If it does not show up, either you are not running ePSXe in Administrator mode,
    your controller is faulty, or you should check other combinations (Port 2, etc)

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    Short changelog:
    Multiple changes has been done in the Pad support.
    The internal SPU plugin has been updated to the 1.7.0 version.
    The iso support code has been rewritten.
    The MDEC decoder has been rewritten.
    A new version of the Pete's Software Plugin is included.
    The XA/CDDA support has been worked in this new version.
    Many things have been fixed in the cd-rom decoder and the core.

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