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falconz
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Posted - 04/11/2010 :  17:21:05  Show Profile  Visit falconz's Homepage  Reply with Quote
as the title suggests. I need help (tutorials) on how to set up the correct settings so that i can run ps2 emulator and the game in it.. I have on board vga and also 512 ram, Pentium 4. Thx 4 the suggestion

ps47
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Posted - 04/11/2010 :  19:45:02  Show Profile  Visit ps47's Homepage  Send ps47 an AOL message  Send ps47 an ICQ Message  Reply with Quote
not going to happen.you need a very fast dualcore cpu and a decent graphics card if you want to emulate ps2.there is no way you would be able to run it on a p4 with an onboard vga..

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ms-dos
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Posted - 05/11/2010 :  00:08:41  Show Profile  Visit ms-dos's Homepage  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by ps47

not going to happen.you need a very fast dualcore cpu and a decent graphics card if you want to emulate ps2.there is no way you would be able to run it on a p4 with an onboard vga..


not 100% true
I have ran ps2 emulators on a p4 with HT @ 3.2 ghz and a 128mb radeon 9800
and most of the lower end games were playable

OP: what model of the P4 do you have?
the 3.6ghz prescott P4 is able to play ps2 games fine
and what is you on board video card?

Edited by - ms-dos on 05/11/2010 00:10:43
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