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bad bin file?

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I have a playstation but didn't want to get the 1001scph.bin file off mine so i downloaded it, but both GT1 and FF7 run at like twice the speed they should. Did i get a bad bin file? I've tried all of petes plugins. d3d, openGL, software.

My specs:
750 athlon *200fsb*
256 ram *pc100*
GeForce2 GTS 64 DDR
SBLive! Value
DVD rom

Anyone know why my comp runs these games at 2x speed?

*these are the only games i have tried so it runs everything i have tested at 2x speed*

Somone wanna tell me how to rip the bin file off my PS1?

EDIT: Oh sorry guys. Im brand new to this forum, I am very sorry for breaking the rules with talking about a bin swap. I guess even though i do have a PS1 the bin swap would be illegal because i am getting a copy of somebody elses. Is the trading of bins. Didn't even occur to me. Again i apologize.
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You have to set the framerate in the pluggin configuration menu...remember, 60 for ntsc games and 50 for pal.. Or you can just enable auto detect framerate limiting skipping..
The ISO/BIN file has nothing to do with the game speed. Limiting the framerate (I'd do it manually just to be safe) will do it for you. As 5'8 said, PAL - 50, NTSC - 60.
Originally posted by Sonoma
Somebody wan't me to send them my bin file for testing? Somone wanna send me a good bin file so i can try another? Somone wanna tell me how to rip the bin file off my PS1?
Make sure you read the board rules located at the top of the General Discussion forum. There are rules against sharing bios files.
As for making bins... CDRWin will let you do this. Once you have the demo running, do the following:

1) Put your PSX CD into your PC.
2) In CDRWin, press the middle button on the top row (Extract disk/tracks/sectors)
3) Give the file a path and name
4) Mess with the reading options if you want, I don't think it makes a big difference
5) Press the "start" button

Et voila!
Asfaloth, thats for making isos of games... not for actually making a psx bios file.

From the FAQS

Q4: How do I dump a PlayStation Bios?
A4: To dump a PlayStation Bios, you need a GameShark or Action replay and a PC comms link. To start, you need either a real Caetla module or go to AltaVista and search for "Caetla" (it's a BIOS replacement for your module, so read the included documentation properly before installing it !!). Now upload "Caetla", and use use the caetla commands for downloading a binary memory image from the region 0x0bfc00000 - 0x0bfc7ffff ! Now save the image as SCPHxxxx.bin, where xxxx is your PSX's model number, and emulators will recognize it and use it from now on.
Oops, my bad... I assumed bin=iso=game. :emb: *reminds self to read the post next time*
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