PSP Emulator for PC

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Nov 1, 2010

PSP Emulator for PC by Totoy_Kamote at 8:06 AM (8,955 Views / 0 Likes) 18 replies

  1. Totoy_Kamote
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    PSP emulator for PC

    Question: How to install this?
    Answer: First lets see the minimum requirements

    Minimum:
    - OS: Windows 32bit or 64bit / Linux 32bit or 64bit / Mac OSX;
    - CPU: Pentium 4 and up;
    - GPU: Any graphic card supporting OpenGL 2.0 and up;
    - Memory: 1GB RAM.

    Recommended:
    - OS: Windows Vista / Windows 7;
    - CPU: Dual core @ 2.5 GHz;
    - GPU: Updated graphic card supporting OpenGL;
    - Memory: 2GB RAM or more.

    Now Let's proceed to the first step:

    1. Download Java Runtime

    2. Download JPSCP

    For Windows - 32bit
    For Linux - 32bit
    For Windows 64bit
    For Linux - 64bit
    For MacOSX

    Next Step:

    Run the Java Runtime and install

    NOTE: It is strongly advised that even on a 64-bit OS, you should install the
    32-bit JRE release and use JPCSP's 32-bit version, for compatiblity reasons.

    Extract the JPCSP rar file that you've downloaded

    a folder should be come out.

    If you've downloaded the Windows version, use the batch (.bat) files located inside JPCSP's main folder (start-windows-x86.bat or start-windows-amd64.bat).

    If you've downloaded the Linux version, use the shell script (.sh) files located inside JPCSP's main folder (start-linux-x86.sh or start-linux-amd64.sh).

    If you've downloaded the MacOSX version, just double click the application bundle to start JPCSP.

    A command promp window should pop out..
    Warning: Spoilers inside!

    wait for a few seconds/minutes untill this pops out:
    Warning: Spoilers inside!

    after that click File>Load UMD
    Warning: Spoilers inside!

    a new window should pop out, this is the UMD browser.
    it's where your ISO/CSO files are located.

    Pick a game you want to play then press load.
    Warning: Spoilers inside!

    Now press play to play the game
    Warning: Spoilers inside!

    Note: Not every game is playable trough this emulator

    Question: How to put ISO/CSO files?
    Answer: Place it under the "umdimages" folder (this folder can be changed under Options > Configuration > General).
    For homebrew, place the application's main folder (which should contain the EBOOT file) under ms0 > PSP > GAME.
    Warning: Spoilers inside!

    This is the Default Controls
    Warning: Spoilers inside!
     
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    Very Usefull guide....
    Thank You [​IMG]

    I think it should be sticked [​IMG]
     
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    tnx! im still editing it...

    im done editing.. hope this helps... [​IMG]

    i was really surprised that it worked on my pc! because my pc is only Pentium 4! [​IMG]

    but its slow... [​IMG]
     
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    OK....this is nuts. This is totally redundant.

    First get the emulator from the SOURCE SITE! Not someone's 4shared....there's the latest version there (up to 0.6 now) and a compatibility discussion.

    Secondly the packed readme is VERY Comprehensive and easy to use....no offence but pointless topic is pointless, aside from advertising some guy named squallx2006.
     
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    i just found this on a forum..

    i had no idea about this until i saw his post...

    so i searched if there's a thread about PSP emulator here so i can fully understand this topic..

    but there's none...

    so i decided to post it here...

    i just wanted to help... and improve the site discussion about PSP emulator because there is none...

    maybe you can help me improve this post if you want to...
     
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    http://jpcsp.org/ replacing the contents of the first post should work to improve it.
     
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    i think i should edit all of it...

    EDITING...

    Done! [​IMG]
     
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    You've just C&P'd the readme....

    :facepalm:
     
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    LOL

    yup! but not everything...

    i edited some and added pictures... [​IMG]
     
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    You just printscreened those pictures and edited them in MS Paint...

    Appears you did so with your sig as well [​IMG]
     
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    Fail topic is fail.
    Fail sig/avatar is fail.
    Fail post count increasing is fail.

    Whole package is fail.
    Why get a PSP emulator when you could get a PSP? I mean, it's the PSP BECAUSE it's PORTABLE!
    PlayStation PORTABLE!

    EDIT: Not only that, but it even tells you that some .ISO's can't be run and need to be decrypted on an ACTUAL PSP!
     
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    ok then... im gonna close this topic but idk how...
     
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    The topic seemed like a nice attempt to be helpful to me. People are just being jerks. Thanks for the effort anyways man.
     
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    You can't deny that all he did was copy-paste the README.
     
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    it's for the people who don't read the readme file...

    i don't
     
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    And there's your problem.
     
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    Huh? [​IMG]
     
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    I'm against no one here, he didnt do anything wrong making a tut for this. And readmes are usually just in text/notepad right? Tutorials with photos are much better than READMEs. I dunno why you're so against him here. Tuts like these are for people who want to do things with ease. CTF down man.
     
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    tnx for understanding man...

    CTF? close the forum down?

    how?
     

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