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    Registered User zeromx's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by dvdrdiscs View Post
    This is such a nub question, but how does one go about installing this?
    1. Have a JB ps3
    2. Copy the pkg file to the root of a usb
    3. Navigate to "Install Package Files" and choose snes9x and click install
    4. Run it from XMB

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    Darn. No matter where I put the ROMs, I keep getting the same message...

    No ROMs. =(

    Are these .smc file that you're using?

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    Yes, ive tried it with 3 different roms, all .smc and it works fine. try another source and make sure its in the ROOT of your usb drive.

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    Try different USB ports on your console.

    For instance I had to connect my USB Drive to the USB port on the right. Left one is recognized as usb_0006 for some reason on my PS3

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    Quote Originally Posted by zeromx View Post
    Yes, ive tried it with 3 different roms, all .smc and it works fine. try another source and make sure its in the ROOT of your usb drive.
    To clarify further on that, the ROOT of you usb drive would be D: or E: or F: (Whatever drive letter your usb drive is.). Basically just drop the ROMs into the drive, don't put them in folders.

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    Quote Originally Posted by red8316 View Post
    To clarify further on that, the ROOT of you usb drive would be D: or E: or F: (Whatever drive letter your usb drive is.). Basically just drop the ROMs into the drive, don't put them in folders.
    I'm pretty sure it doesn't matter where the ROMs are stored, I've run a couple no problems from the internal HDD after I copied them over with a File Manager.

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    Thanks it works the sound is speeded up 2x as you said in your first post, but I can play super mario world hehe

    Look forward to more emulators such as n64, ps2, gamecube, wii etc

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    thats great news to hear would like to spend some hours playing old SNES classics on my ps3.

    thanks dev

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bakke View Post
    Try different USB ports on your console.

    For instance I had to connect my USB Drive to the USB port on the right. Left one is recognized as usb_0006 for some reason on my PS3
    OK, I can confirm this too. The ROMs will only appear for me if my USB drive is plugged into the rightmost USB port (#4... I have a 60GB fat)

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    Super mario cart with multiplayer, would just be awesome.

 

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