Tuesday, 18 August 2015

Load Bios In Pcsx2

Modern computers can easily emulate the hardware of the PlayStation 2.

PCSX2 is an open-source PS2 emulator for Linux, Windows and Mac OS personal computers. It is popular as an emulator due to the fact that it can run games from a DVD drive, at great accuracy and much higher graphical fidelity, due to filters and upscaling. Running PS2 software in this emulator requires a PS2 BIOS file.


1. Download and install PCSX2. Add your BIOS (SCPH-XXXXX.nvm, where XXXXX represents the BIOS ripped from your PS2) to the "\plugins" directory of your PCSX2 folder.

2. Start PCSX2 and it will bring you to the configuration screen. Click the middle button to configure BIOS, then from the pulldown menu, select your region and BIOS that you want to use. Configure the other settings, then click "Apply" or "OK" to finish.

3. Launch PCSX2 after configuring the BIOS, then click "File" and "Run CD/DVD" for any standard PS2 game of the correct region. If the game loads, you'll know that your BIOS worked.

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