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Analog Support for PS1 emulation

Discussion in 'Sony PSP - Mod and firmware discussion' started by 1OFDEM, Jun 2, 2007.

  1. 1OFDEM

    1OFDEM Regular member

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    Simply put, any PS1 game I play on my PSP doesn't register that I have an analog stick (or pad, whatever). For example, In Chrono Cross, I go to my menu screen, click "Customize", and the option of "Left Stick Sensitivity" is greyed out. Is this normal?

    Just in case this is vital information, I use PSX2PSP to convert my PS1 ISO, BIN, and IMG files.
     
  2. vcbc

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    It is normal...it depends on what prog and pop updates (in the custom firmware maker file) file u used with PSX2PSP
     
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    I used nothing...just the IMG, BIN, or ISO that I wanted to convert to eboot. I've heard that you need Hot Shots Golf 2 for some reason, but I never needed it.
     
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    I never used PSX2PSP before so i would know w=how that prog works. Your prog u r s=using prob dont support the options in the PSX EMU thing. Most of the PSX maker things require a GUI so there is cually something u can see and click some prog then it will require the popupdate file thing its in a folder with the custom firmware and it will require a PSX Eboot and keys. You will probably have to upgrade your prog u are using...however i ahvent acually made my own PSX games in a long time so iwould have no clue what prog is the best
     
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    That's wierd how there's not many people I've come across who use PSX2PSP. It's the easiest way to convert a PS1 game to eboot. Anyway, so what you're saying is that I'm screwed, right?
     
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    You will have to recreate the EBOOT using the iso/image and another program. so if u dont have the iso or image file then yea its too bad.
     
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    What program do you recommend I use?
     
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    bump
     
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    If you own the game you can always just download them from torrents.
     
  10. scott2k7

    scott2k7 Guest

    why the hell do people put "bump" what does it even mean
     

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