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Hi everybody,

I have a problem with my Emu.
I read that you can use your own PSX-Bios, how?
I install the epsxe emulator on my PC:
AMD Athlon 800
Ram 256
Geforce2 MX Tv-Out
Nec DVD Player
Philips CDR 8??
LG 8160 CDR
Win 98SE

At first it want a GPU, so I download one, Petes 1.??
Than I want to configure the Gamepad, but it dont works, its close the Emulator, andmy Screen too 600*800.
I must restart, and try again. I deinstall with all register files and reinstall it again, same problem.
PS: Im only a PC-User, not an expert,
and my english is worst, please answer in english for idiots, so that I understand it.
Thanks to everyone

Please help me.

· Coffee Demon
2,916 Posts

Indeed...sounds like you are missing the BIOS file...

You can either use the way mentioned and search for a BIOS copy..or choose the harder way by dumping your own copy...Here is how:

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 properly read the included
documentation 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 ePSXe will recognise it and use it from now on.

We can use a translation tool if you want us to try to translate to your native tongue....

· Premium Member
8,592 Posts
Please read all the documents in epsxe as well as the documents that come with the pluggins.. Then read the epsxe FAQS on this site..

when you have a problem with certains games, check the FAQS first.. Then come here if they don't help you..

Remember to use the search function.. Most epsxe related problems have already been dealt with..
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