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Discussion in 'PCSX2 Forum' started by Christservant06, Apr 27, 2008.

  1. Christservant06

    Christservant06 New Member

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    Hey, I was trying to emulate KH1 and KH2 and I noticed they both have patches on both of them. I was wondering how do you apply these patches to the game or are they applied automatically when you start the game? Also could the different types of bios files augment or diminish the game's fps? Note: I do realize that KH2 is unplayable at this time, but I do get like 5-15 fps so im okay with it going slow. I have patience.
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  3. GeominorAI

    GeominorAI AI

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    Patches for games in the local PCSX2 patches directory will be automatically applied.

    The BIOS should not affect the performance of the emulator.
  4. cottonvibes

    cottonvibes You're already dead... Emu Author

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    the patches are automatically applied.

    Goto Misc->Enable Patches, if you want to turn them OFF or ON.
  5. Christservant06

    Christservant06 New Member

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    Ok now honestly is my laptop strong enough to handle this kind of emulation?
  6. GeominorAI

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    To put it frankly: Not really.

    Nonetheless, you may still get less demanding games to run at playable, but not full, speeds.
  7. Christservant06

    Christservant06 New Member

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    Ya I thought so, It sounds like its time to upgrade my computer! This E1405 is probably so out of date.
  8. GamjaPotato

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    If I were you, I would rather build a nice desktop for the price of any notebooks - considerably cheaper and much more powerful than a notebook. If not, aim for a desktop dual/quad-core notebook (one's with E6850/E8400/Q6XXX). Be warned: notebook will get HOT with a standard cooling.

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