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I was wanting to create a shortcut on the desktop for epsxe, but when I click it, none of the plugins (or anything else for that matter) is displayed. Is there a command line switch or something to help me with this? I checked the help file, but it seems to be a bit outdated.

Also is it possible to load an iso using a command line switch without using a frontend?
 

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Ok this is caused by by an incorrectly set working directory. Right click on the shortcut, select properties and make sure the box lableled "start in" is set your epsxe folder.

As to iso's, the command is -loadbin "c:\foo.bin"
 
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