Setup and Use PSX Playstation 1 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 the PSX PlayStation 1 Emulator in Windows 7.
- 1First, obtain a digital copy of a PlayStation 1 game.Then download the PSX emulator at http://www.emulator-zone.com/doc.php/psx/psx_em.html and extract it. Make sure that the BIOS file of the PlayStation 1 system is created by downloading a dumper and merger at http://shendosoft.blogspot.com/2013/07/psx-bios-dumper-26-released.html and a memory capture program from http://shendosoft.blogspot.com/2013/06/memcardrex-17-released.html. Name the file SCPH1001.bin. The emulator will not work without this BIOS file.Advertisement
- 10A PC controller, if owned, can be chosen as an input device from the "Devices" drop-down menu.For keyboard controls, map PC keys to correspond with the PlayStation 1 controller. There are several PlayStation 1 controller buttons depicted in the section. On the right side of the buttons, there is a space where any key can be input. In this case, if the controller buttons "up", "left", "down" and "right" need to be set, the Up arrow key, Left arrow key, Down arrow key and Right arrow key on the keyboard are pressed respectively. Go ahead and set everything as desired.
- 15Click "Open" and wait for the game to load.This may take several seconds.Advertisement
Video: Setup and Use PSX PlayStation 1 Emulator in Windows 7
- If you have problems with any of these steps, ask a question for more help, or post in the comments section below.
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