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Okay then everyone, this is how to install and get up and running with a PS1 emulator for your Mac running Snow Leopard. Without any hesitation, let's get ...
First off, you're going to want to download these files. Off external sites: PCSX-test3.dmg Playstation Bios Files.zip OR Off Instructables: -Click the file links below-
All files downloaded, now it's time to install them. Double click 'PCSX-test3.dmg' to open and mount it. When it's mounted simply drag the 'PCSX' file into your applications ...
Now, open up PCSX. It should open up normally but complain about a missing BIOS. Now, close PCSX. This step creates the neccesary location for us to put ...
Wait! You're not done yet, we still need to change the preferences. So open up PCSX. Go to the top menu bar (See picture) And choose 'PCSX' - ...
Now then. This bit's simple. Take your PS1 game. Put it in the CD drive. Now. Go back into PCSX And in the menu bar click (Photo) File ...
Finished! You should now be emulating your PS1 games on your Mac. :)
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