We've discussed this in a few past threads. For most cases changing your BIOS makes only a marginal difference, if any at all. A few people report slightly better FPS readings with the Yaroze BIOS, though on faster systems it's hardly a factor.
the boot up psx screen looks different...... the white one......but you don't see it on epsxe...... try it on fpse and you will, since fpse boots up with the bios screens before it boots up the game.......epsxe just boots the game.......
I wonder if he's not talking about changing the bios on the real thing,I mean on a real PSX.
But as far as I know it's impossible since the PSX bios isn't on an eprom.
BTW,666 posts(Disturbed would have liked it,coz' he used to say he was from hell)
Too bad,no special title for this number,it would have been cool,something like: the beast or Satan(there is already one on the boards)
> I wonder if he's not talking about changing the bios on the real thing,I mean on a real PSX.
No need to wonder, Raziel, just read the topic, LOL :smash:
Anyways, when I was trying PSEmu Pro, I had a game called Descent Maximum and it hangs at certain point whenever I use 1000 bios, and doesn't hang with 1001. Although I didn't try this with ePSXe, which I use 1001 most of the time.
Most people say there's no speed difference, but I haven't experimented with it. But in terms of compatibility, it's very possible certain game only works with certain BIOS, so try a few if your game doesn't work.
Thanks for the compliment Raziel. Glad you liked it.
Twitzid_klown, the 1001 bios is the one that the ePSXe team, themselves, reccomend. So you shouldn't go wrong w/that one. The one that I use, 7502, has never failed me yet either. So I would reccomend either the 1001 or 7502 bios.
Which BIOS is the Yaroze BIOS? And in the same topic I've heard of two other BIOS's what are the BIOS41A.bin and DTH3002.bin BIOS's?
PS what's the 'newest' BIOS? ex if you bought a Playstation from Sony right now.