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how to play playstation games using psx emulator on the xbox?

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#1
can anyone tell me how to play playstation 1 games on the xbox? i have psx emulator but dont know how to load the games off the disk.


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#2
There is a folder in the emulator where the bin and cue files go

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I'm pretty sure you can't load the games off the discs, you have to make .bin files and FTP them to the emulator's roms folder.
#4
Yeah,I use cdrwin3 to rip the playstation games to bin and cue files. Once done,open the cue file with notepad to make sure that the paths have nothing to do with your PC. Then ftp the bin and cues to your emulator. Also you will need one or two bios files for the emulator....they are named.

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#5
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I'm pretty sure you can't load the games off the discs, you have to make .bin files and FTP them to the emulator's roms folder.
Well, you could load it off a disc, if you put the emulator with it, and the game in it's respected folder

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#6
yeah that's what i usually do...you could get about 3-4 psone games onto a dvd with the emulator on it.

#7
caould u please put a link to where i can get cdrwin
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#8
i think they're made by goldenhawk.....try goldenhawk.com maybe. I know that if you get the trial it limits you to ripping at 1x.

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