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    The .bin file contains the actual game disc data,...

    The .bin file contains the actual game disc data, the .cue contains additional info about what type of disc the .bin was ripped from. Usually you'll want to select the .cue file when burning your...
  2. There should be an option somewhere in Wiiflow...

    There should be an option somewhere in Wiiflow called "reload cache", clicking it should update your games list to reflect what's on the drive. IIRC you can find it by clicking the house icon on the...
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    Pick up one of these, it'll let you use your PS2...

    Pick up one of these, it'll let you use your PS2 controllers on your PC; http://www.amazon.com/Dual-Controller-Adapter-Converter-Playstation-2/dp/B001AATQ0Y
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    Not sure about the pots, but cleaning is super...

    Not sure about the pots, but cleaning is super simple; just dip a q-tip in a bit of rubbing alcohol (70% or higher preferably), gently swab the lens, then use the dry end to gently swab it dry.
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    The .bin.ecm file you got after extracting the...

    The .bin.ecm file you got after extracting the original downloaded file was actually another archive you need to extract: simply renaming it won't work. You'll need to use ecm tools to extract it,...
  6. Thread: sbi files

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    SBI files contain the data stored on PAL discs...

    SBI files contain the data stored on PAL discs that lets them get around copy protection checks. They're only important if you plan on emulating PAL versions of PS1 games: games labeled NTSC don't...
  7. A list of retailers can be found on their website...

    A list of retailers can be found on their website here; http://www.r4ids.cn/buy-r4i-e.htm
  8. The R4i 3DS Gold still works fine on the latest...

    The R4i 3DS Gold still works fine on the latest 3DS firmware. Just make sure it's the one with r4ids.cn on the label; there are a bunch of different R4 makers, and this is the only one I can confirm...
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    The UA string doesn't necessarily indicate that...

    The UA string doesn't necessarily indicate that one web browser is based off of another specific browser, it's more to tell websites how to serve data to the browser so it displays correctly. This...
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    If you're talking about how he starts out facing...

    If you're talking about how he starts out facing forward while swinging around his sword then rotates to face backwards, that's normal (not a bug).
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    It depends really. If you play (or plan to play)...

    It depends really. If you play (or plan to play) newer PC games I would recommend upgrading if possible, specifically for the improvements to WDDM (better performance in a lot of PC games), and DX12...
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    Just x86 and x86-64 (aka x64/AMD64) actually,...

    Just x86 and x86-64 (aka x64/AMD64) actually, with x86 meaning 32bit and x86-64 meaning 64bit. As far as I'm aware they don't really sell/rent PCs with 32bit processors anymore, so OP should be fine...
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    No; file names (essentially) act only as labels...

    No; file names (essentially) act only as labels for the end-user, and extensions just tell your system what to do with a file when its double-clicked. None of the important data is modified or...
  14. The only way powering it off completely during a...

    The only way powering it off completely during a freeze would damage your PSP would be if it were writing to the flash memory on the PSP itself, where system files are stored. This is a concern when...
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    Not sure about wiring the slot itself directly to...

    Not sure about wiring the slot itself directly to USB, but the original xbox controllers themselves essentially connect to the console via USB, just with a different plug on the end. That said, if...
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    On the ePSXe window, click Config > Bios, then in...

    On the ePSXe window, click Config > Bios, then in the new window that comes up, click the Select button, then find and select the .bin file you downloaded. I usually stick them in a folder named...
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    What type of controllers are you trying to use...

    What type of controllers are you trying to use exactly, wired or wireless? For wireless PS3 controllers you'll need a bluetooth adapter, as the charging cable only transmits power, not data. Same...
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    Always extract the original single .rar you...

    Always extract the original single .rar you downloaded first, then in the collection of rar-type files that comes out, look for a new .rar and extract that to get the actual game file(s). If there...
  19. I had the same problem with this game a while...

    I had the same problem with this game a while back, never did figure out exactly how to get around it. However I did find out there's a very good PS2 version of the game. If you've got the specs for...
  20. Assuming you're talking about hard saves (not...

    Assuming you're talking about hard saves (not save states), find the .srm file for the rom you're playing on your android device (take note of the filename), and replace it with the .srm file from...
  21. Not entirely sure what would be causing that...

    Not entirely sure what would be causing that particular error, but I can't imagine that pushing the resolution that high is going to make any discernible difference visually: 1920x1080 should be...
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    As others have said, you'll need an emulator to...

    As others have said, you'll need an emulator to play the game. I would recommend using snes9x, which you can download here. Extract the zip file, run the snes9x.exe file, then once the program comes...
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    PS2s are pretty durable: playing them everyday...

    PS2s are pretty durable: playing them everyday shouldn't decrease the lifespan of the console significantly. To maximize the lifespan just make sure it has plenty of space around the vents to help...
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    From the bit of research I just did for that...

    From the bit of research I just did for that laptop it sounds like both can be upgraded, but that it isn't necessarily worth it cost wise to do the CPU. I did find a guide on upgrading the GPU which...
  25. My experience using DS emulators is pretty...

    My experience using DS emulators is pretty limited, but based on your description, if I had to guess it sounds like the rom file you're now having issues with was corrupted at some point while being...
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