Setup and Use NES Emulator in Windows 7
Edited by Lukward Thomason, Alexander Avdeev
You are watching VisiHow! This is a tutorial on how to set up and use a Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) emulator in Windows 7. First, make sure that you have your game ROM files already downloaded to your computer so that you can play them. The resolution for the ROM file can be NES, NSF, FDS, etc. The best emulator for NES and Famicom games to date is FCEUX. I have already downloaded FCEUX on my desktop. The current version is located at http://www.fceux.com/web/download.html. Just go ahead and download the "win32 Binary" ZIP file from the page. It will be in a ZIP format, so you will have to extract it. Extract it anywhere you wish and then proceed with this tutorial.
- 2The program will open. Depending on your preference, you can change the size of the window or press and hold Alt and press Enter to go into the full-screen mode. The most important thing in the emulator is the controls. You need to configure the controls.Find fceux.exe in this window and double-click it.Advertisement
- 12In this example, it is the "Captain America and The Avengers.nes" game file for the NES. Wait for the game to load and play along.Click the game ROM file once and click "Open" or just double-click the ROM file.Advertisement
Video: Setup and Use NES Emulator in Windows 7
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