Originally Posted by reddeath30
I have a folder in C: that is just for Carputer items. Should I create a folder
"C:\Program Files\Project64\ROMS" and put them there?
It doesnt matter where you put the roms, you need to actually have the game rom files located somewhere. The program will identify .n64 files and then automatically open the Nintendo 64 emulator, it will identify .nes and open the nintendo emulator, it will identify the .gba files and open the gameboy advance emulator automatically, etc... You have to have the actual game rom files in order for it to work. The file browser window is to navigate out to find your rom files, then click on them, then the program will do the rest. The program doesnt open zip files, the rom files have to be unzipped in order to use them. Try downloading the Mario Kart 64 file from my website, then unzip it and then try it out.
Originally Posted by MMAlexander
I did this just as I have 1.43 with 1000s of ROMs but couldn't get .20 to see them.
Originally Posted by Cyanide
I copied it into the location of the SNES emulator, renamed the original emulator from SNES9XW to SNES9XX and renamed the update from SNES9X to SNES9XW.
Go into the emulator screen and load up the SNES emulator, click "Show Menus" and in the "Window" menu click "Stretch Image" do not click "Full Screen".
I've just had this working spot on with Super Mario All-Stars, my Mario Kart crashed on me but I have two other ROMs to try yet too see if they work any better as well as about 1000 other games to play with so I'll let you know if it carries on performing OK!!:yum:
I know you've already posted that you solved it but thought I'd post this up so others can get it in and working if they wish with minimum hastle.
Where can i download games from?
Sorry, this is not allowed to speak about on this forum. I would recommend doing a search on the internet.
Originally Posted by illudezion