ePSXe v2.0.5 was probably recompiled using a newer compiler and will not be able to run anything below Windows 7. Note its cross-platform capability....
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It should automatically detect if the correct files are placed into the directory.
Use windowed mode and see if this solves the problem.
A problem may lie in the game image you have downloaded. Try using the original game disc instead.
Try running it in a window then screencap it.
Keep it to one thread.
You may want to try 2/0/2.
Make sure your ePSXe folders are NOT read-only.
UAC screws this up as well if you locate and run ePSXe in the "Program Files" folder without...
Make sure to press F5 to enable Analog Mode.
Uh-uh. Using Mooby2 with the newer ePSXe will crash. You may want to try that and see if it works.
You should be selecting the *.cue file instead of the *.iso to play the game. The *.cue gives instructions on where the audio tracks on the CD are.
That is known. I assume you were asking if ePSXe operates standalone without it. If so, yes in the most recent builds. If not, you will have to dump...
Use Eternal SPU and set its buffer to 32 and SPUasync, Smooth.
If all else fails, try using pSX or PCSX to see if it alleviates the problem.
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