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hey, can anyone tell me how to find psm player, i have tried to look it up on google, but everything is japanese, someone plz help....thanks ahead of time! :bounce:
 

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thanks

hey thanks a million, i've been trying to find this forever, i owe ya! thanks again.....
 

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wtf

ok, i downloaded the psm player and the psx thing just in case, the psx player won't play anything, and the psm player says that i'm missin a dll....i forget what it was called, wn something .dll, any help would be much apreciated....
 

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ok, i got that and it started, now it says i have to assign the cdrom drive, what do i do there, then it said that the .str file was unsupported, i feel really stupid, but thanks for the help guys.....
 

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What PSX CD are you trying to explore?
Not all .str files can be opened.

Assign a CD-ROM drive to the one you are previewing the disc.
 

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how, there is a drop box by both of my cd drives and if i click the drop box arrow it drops down and is blank...i've tried resident evil 2, ff7-9, vagrant story, and a few others...
 

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yeah, i'm experiencing the same problem too. the drop down box to pick the drives are blank.

i know this thread is over a month old, but my problem is still relevant so please don't close it.
 

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If you are using Windows XP, you need to force the cd-roms/cd-rw/dvd-rom/dvd-rw in APSI mode.

Perhaps, someone can explain more on that.
 

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All I had to do was add aspi32.dll to the PSMplay folder to get the CD-Roms to appear in the menu. You might need to add it to your System32 folder too, but I didn't have to do that.
 

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fireblaster_lyz said:
If you are using Windows XP, you need to force the cd-roms/cd-rw/dvd-rom/dvd-rw in APSI mode.

Perhaps, someone can explain more on that.
w00t!! i got it working. fireblaster provided an excellent hint in her post. you need a program called force aspi 1.7 to get the job done. after you get the aspi drivers installed, everything should be fine.

its playlist functions are great, since FFVIII's ending is broken into 3 parts, i was able to play all 3 in the correct order without any interruptions in fullscreen mode! (something i don't think psx multi converter is capable of)
 

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This may be the problem....cause all i got when i downloaded it was as follows: PSmplay.exe, def_skin.ini, and the folder skin with def_skin.bmp in it.....there was no .dll file that came with it o_O
 

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by the way superdude688 dont bump threads/double post. if you'd just read the thread before you posted you would've found it ;)
 
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