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Working with the ePSXe emulator and I think I have it pretty much set up except the graphics plugin that I am using won't work.The instructions say use Pete's Open GL2 PSX GPU video program but the emulator won't recognize it(will not configure).Am I using the right gpu program?If so,What's the problem.Any help in this matter will be truly appreciated.

asked Feb 04 '12 at 09:49

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Yikes... Can't help ya on that one. Sounds like you want to play some old games. First DosBox then older PSX games hehehe... Most of those can be tricky.

Have you ever tried MAME emulators?

(Feb 04 '12 at 13:17) Steve Steve's gravatar image

Yes these are very complicated programs to put together,especially for a beginner like me.I found interest in these programs because I bought a couple of DOS games(I thought maybe they'd be compatible with Windows but they weren't),and I have a pile of Playstation 1 games collecting dust so I thought it would be cool to be able to play them on my PC.Didn't really know what I was getting into,now it's an obsession.I will look into MAME emulators to see if that helps,thanks for the tip.Just want you to know that I love this website for all my computer issues.It's a learning experience everyday for me.Thanks for all you do.

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answered Feb 05 '12 at 09:22

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