Question about Sony PlayStation 2 (PS2) Console
Make an .ISO or MDS file of the disk and save it to you hard drive. ImgBurn is good for this and free too.
Now download PCSX-2 emulator and load the .iso or the MDS file and enjoy!
The PCSX2 0.9.4 emulator installer package includes a Compatibility list for you to check your game against and a selection of patches which will make some games go further.
PCSX2.exe is a Virtual Memory build and should be faster than PCSX2t.exe, this build however requires Win XP Pro or Win XP Home Edition (SP2).
PCSX2t.exe is a TLB build, and is slower than the Virtual Memory build, use this if you do not have a Win XP OS, or are having trouble running games with the VM version.
Posted on Dec 26, 2008
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->P4 processor is ok.
->You require XP sp2.
->And u need intel duo core processor for better working of ur games.
->Graphics card should also be installed in it.
-> 1 GB RAM is good but 512 MB RAM is sufficient.
-> and also u require PS2 emulators to run your ps2 games on pc.
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All the best..
Oct 14, 2007 | Sony PlayStation 2 (PS2) Console
I have also envountered problems with dogs life, my only reasonable explination is:
dogs life is most propably written on a normal CD-R,
and sometimes a chipped PS2 struggles to read CD-R games, you will also find that older PSX games wont work either, hope this is of some help.
have a blessed day.
Oct 12, 2007 | Sony PlayStation 2 (PS2) Console
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