Setup and Use an SNES Emulator in Windows 7
Edited by Lukward Thomason, Crystal, Eng
Hi, you're watching VisiHow. This is a tutorial on how to setup and use an SNES emulator on a Windows 7 computer. One of the best emulators, in our opinion, is "SNES9X". The latest version of it is 1.53. You can download the emulator here: http://www.emulator-zone.com/doc.php/snes/snes9x.html and then follow along with the tutorial. Make sure that you already have the SNES game ROMs on your hard drive.
- 5In this window, there is "Joypad #1" in the drop-down list under "Controller".There should be a checkmark next to it for it to be enabled. In the left column, it says "Up", "Down", "Left", "Right" and so on. This means that these are the buttons on the SNES controller. On the right side of that column, there are spaces which can be edited.
- 6If you click on the section to the right of "Up", it will turn green.This means that it is ready for your input. Press the key that you would like to set as "Up". For this tutorial, I will press the up arrow. The cursor will automatically move to the next button. Continue pressing the buttons that you would like to set.
- 12This concludes the tutorial on how to set up and use an SNES emulator on a Windows 7 computer.If you have any comments or questions, please leave them in the comment section below. Thank you for watching VisiHow.Advertisement
Video: Setup and Use an SNES Emulator in Windows 7
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Recent edits by: Crystal, Lukward Thomason