|Apr 29, 2012, 11:52 AM||#1|
Can't use PCSX because of "missing" Bios-file (?)
Hey, I don't know if there already is a thread about this, but I couldn't find it.
I've got PCSX but when I start it a message appears:
"Pscx wasn't able to locate any Playstation BIOS ROM files. This means that it will ruin in BIOS simulation mode which is less stable and compatible than using a real Playstation BIOS. If you have a BIOS available, please copy it to ~/Library/Application Support/Pscx/Bios/".
Problem is, when I open Finder, I can't see any Library folder.
When I used search I founded it and when I looked in the Application Support folder inside it there was no Pscx folder.
I then made one myself and made a Bios folder and I put the Bios file(.bin) in it.
Then I reopened PCSX but I still got the same message..
Does anyone know what I'm doing wrong?
I want to test a selfmade Ps-game on my Mac.
PS: If you can explain it in Dutch you're welcome, want ik ben Nederlands
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