Snes9x Help

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Apr 20, 2008

Snes9x Help by tredes at 5:51 AM (1,867 Views / 0 Likes) 16 replies

  1. tredes
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    Member tredes GBAtemp Regular

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    ok,

    iv been reading alot about this snes emulator, and i was hoping if someone could give me a breif tutorial to how it works. I dont want to go and try playing with things with the treat of bricking or wrecking my wii... ahaha

    Thanks guys
     
  2. pinbi7

    Member pinbi7 GBAtemp Regular

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    http:\\snes9x.com

    there are like a 1k of ports, anything ranging from pocketpc to wii

    sry icouldnt be of much help i have no idea how to run homebrew on a wii

    if ur scared of bricking ur wii, try it out on pc first
     
  3. tredes
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    yeh thanks dude..ill have a look on that site...

    just hoping that someone with experience with this on a wii could enlighten me.
     
  4. mothball

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    Member zidane_genome My sword has a +2 bleeding... wanna test it out?

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    Here's how it works,

    Put the .elf file on your SD card (in the front of your Wii)
    Put the SNES roms in the \snes9x\roms folder on the SD card
    Create \snes9x\saves on the SD card as well.

    Load the TP hack

    poof, your greated with the SNES emulator menu. use your GameCube controller to play. You can remap the buttons, load and save states, change ROMS, and re-boot your Wii.

    I've tested EarthBound and Mario RPG and they work beautifully.

    There is no saving to the Wii itself (other than the TP hack file) and it's perfectly safe. (the Wii blue light stay's on, wish there was a way to turn that off, lol)
     
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    Once classic controller support is sorted this emu is gonna rock even more than it does now [​IMG]
     
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    Pretty sure it can be played from a DVD, but I don't know anything about that.

    The Wii will never accidentally boot the emulator because it never runs any external code itself. It's the flaw in Twilight Princess that allows code to be run. I'm pretty sure the Wii doesn't even care about any files on the card that aren't in any of the folders it uses.
     
  10. zidane_genome

    Member zidane_genome My sword has a +2 bleeding... wanna test it out?

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    Classic Controller support doesn't really work... just tried it...

    Menu is in Spanish, but that's only cosmetic... when I try to load a game, it crashes the emu... guess I'll go back to my GC controller untill someone fixes this.. [​IMG]
     
  11. OrcMonkey©

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    i NEED help setting up the snes channel any help
     
  12. zidane_genome

    Member zidane_genome My sword has a +2 bleeding... wanna test it out?

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    Don't worry about the channel... I've tried it, and it's really lame. It's based off the GameCube version of Snes9x, and I still haven't figured out how to load games, or even where to put them. It's just better to use the TP hack to play it. Wait until someone redoes the channel for the Wii with full Wii support.
     
  13. tredes
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    could someone please explain how the TP exploit works. Iv seen a few videos but am a bit confused on how it actually workes.

    Thanks
     
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    Quote from Wiibrew.org:

    Pure genius.
     
  15. DrQuack02

    Newcomer DrQuack02 Advanced Member

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    I've got the homebrew channel installed, and it reading snes9x from my SD card, but I'm having some trouble loading the roms.

    I've got two roms (.smc format) on the F:/snes9x/roms folder, and I choose Load Roms -> Wii SD...

    It says reading and then pops up a screen with a bunch of numbers....then it just sits there.

    Any idea if I'm missing anything? Been looking for a solution for an hour or so now.
     
  16. mothball

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    Front SD roms go in SD:\roms\. The snes9x folder was used for SD cards read by a SD Gecko.
     
  17. nando

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    i tried the front save version and i couldn't save sram. it told me "can't mount sd card"

    anybody else tried?
     

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