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Anyone ever get a N64 Emu. to work?

Discussion in 'Xbox - General discussion' started by Excal, Dec 9, 2003.

  1. Excal

    Excal Guest

    I have been trying multiple N64 emulators on my box and still no success. The PJ64 emu will load but then will not load any roms, the Ultra XLE emu will not even load itself, never mind any roms. Just wondering if anyone has some experience and can give me some help. Also, what is the file extension for the N64 roms, all of the ones that i have found have been .usa file extension, and i am not sure if that is even correct. Thanks in advance.
     
  2. enog29

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    What bios are you using? If its evox, make double sure you are using the latest.

    That or turn your IGR off. I know that for a fact old evox IGR will break it
     
  3. djoner

    djoner Guest

    i use project 64x or soem shit liek that,but only 5% of the roms work on the xbox.
    if you ask me the gba emu is the shit
     
  4. ELVER_GUN

    ELVER_GUN Regular member

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    I use pj64X v.70 with X2_4977

    and these roms are playable for me

    1080ยบ Snowboarding
    Aero Guage (E)
    Airboarder 64
    Alice no Wakuwaku Trump World
    Asteroids Hyper 64
    Automobili Lamborghini
    Banjo-Kazooie (USA)
    Castlevania 2 - Legacy of Darkness
    Cruis'n World
    Fighter's Destiny
    Forsaken 64 (US)
    Gex - Enter the Geko
    Glover (US)
    Harvest Moon 64
    Hexen (US)
    Lego Racers
    Looney Tunes - Duck Dodgers (EU)
    Mario 64
    Mario Kart 64
    Micro Machines Turbo 64
    Mission Impossible
    Rally Championship 2000 (US)
    Scooby-Doo! Classic Creep Capers (USA)
    StarFox 64
    Xena Warrior Princess - Talisman of Fate
     
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