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    Hello,

    I'm trying to run FIFA 2010 on ePSXe 2.0.5. Everything seems to work fine, but all letters in menus are barely visible.
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    How do I fix this?

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    Win7 64-bit.

    Thanks.

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    I think you meant 2000, I can't get it to run on ePSXe properly but it runs perfectly on the PSXFin emulator. Here, I uploaded it with all the plugins here:
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dill the Grey View Post
    I think you meant 2000, I can't get it to run on ePSXe properly but it runs perfectly on the PSXFin emulator. Here, I uploaded it with all the plugins here:
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    Yeah, 2000 ofcourse. Thanks for links, i'll try them.

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    I suggest as always that you use RetroArch for your PSX needs, pSXfin is long dead and a waste of time to use.
    THE BEST METHOD to run PSX games (and everything else for that matter) is via Retroarch - http://buildbot.libretro.com/nightly/
    If you have any questions on how to set it up on Windows please feel free to ask, its very easy.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Warrior View Post
    I suggest as always that you use RetroArch for your PSX needs, pSXfin is long dead and a waste of time to use.
    You are correct, that would be the best emulator for multiple systems. I have a complete collection of every PSX ISO ever made and pSXfin runs them all so it doesn't need an upgrade because it's a final product. I do use Retroarch but I test individual ISOs not compatible with ePSXe on pSXfin. There's also another emulator with a built-in debugger called No$PSX which is good for hacking ISOs, those are my main three PSX emulators and I don't use ePSXe much because I fire up Retroarch way more often. I started emulating PSX with ePSXe so I do know plenty about it, I also prefer other emulators to it now.
    Last edited by Dill the Grey; 13th-August-2020 at 08:13. Reason: Mentioned other emulator I use (No$PSX) for hacking ISOs

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