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Hey guys,
I recently bought a Macbook Pro and got Parallels 5 for it so I could keep using my emulators. ePSXe loads fine but it does not recognise any plugins. When using the wizard it doesn't recognise bios either but it does when I configure bios manually.
Is there a solution to this problem? And is it to do with the emulator or with Parallels?
Thanks.

ps. I'm using ePSXe 1.7.0 and Parallels 5.
 

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OK i've figured it out. I'll post the answer here in case anyone else has this problem.
If you run parallels in 'coherence' mode (running windows blended in with mac interface) it cannot see the correct directory.
You have to either run parallels in another view mode or find ePSXe through the start menu.
Running ePSXe by clicking on the .exe file in finder doesn't work.
 
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