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i'm sure many are wondering this...

is there any way to get Bleem! to work in windows xp? (what was ms thinking when they created xp. Shit they just realsed 2000/me)
 

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:p That's what ive been trying to do only with the billions of plugins im totally lost. Everything that could go wrong was going wrong, heh.
 

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The answer to that question is no. Pure and simple. As they have gone out of business I doupt it will ever be made to either.
 

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The only way to get bleem to work in XP would be a complete rewrite or a Windows emulator. Considering how much of a performance hit the latter would cause, you're better off going with a different emulator.
 

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I THINK bleem is out of business. It's not like we're getting a lot of specifics for how and why (I can think of a couple possibilities, but I can't bring them up).
 

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Indeed I am quite sure that with the right plugins you will find other emulators to be quite superior to Bleem! (epsxe) I'm not dissing bleem!, but there are just better emu's out there.
 

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I know that but the version 1.5b ran alot of games and when there was a part of a game in epsxe that I couldn't pass becuz it froze or something,i just converted the memory card to bleem...passed the part and then put it back to epsxe to play.
 
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The problem with bleem! is that is was updated less than most free emus, which is really, really bad.
 
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Originally posted by Soylvak
I know that but the version 1.5b ran alot of games and when there was a part of a game in epsxe that I couldn't pass becuz it froze or something,i just converted the memory card to bleem...passed the part and then put it back to epsxe to play.
thats why it's always handy to have more than one emu on your system :)
 

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Yeah, I tried running Bleem! in every single compatibility mode available. Even slashed the visual themes and kicked it to 640x480(hey, I was desperate). No go still.

Y'know, Bleem! was a really cool emulator... That yellow and orange box is what introduced me to PSX emulation. Proving that it's not only possible(which I already knew at the time), but you can enhance the games... THAT'S what really impressed me.

*sniff*
 

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So far as I can tell, if you have a computer that can actually run XP faster than it can run Win98 (i.e. no P200 MMXs), you really don't want to run Bleem! anyways. ePSXe should run better than Bleem! would have. However, if you DO have that 200 Mhz, Bleem! is a godsend :).
 
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