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ps2vice 2.2 (new release) Commodore 64 Emulator
ps2vice 2.2 (new release) Commodore 64 Emulator –
kranoldweinreich over at dcEMU has done another amazing job on this emulator - now at version 2.2.
Original Post and Download Link: http://www.dcemu.co.uk/vbulletin/sho...d.php?t=279224
This is one of the best emulators for the PS2 and it emulates one of the best computers ever made - the mighty Commodore 64!
Why not put the files here?
i hope it will build this time
i remember the horrors i had trying to build previous release.
Originally Posted by barf
Many thanks to kranoldweinreich, now would be just more than welcome some decent UI.. some more options to configure stuff here and there..(still too much slowdowns, have a look to 'Armalyte' for example) to enjoy an almost perfect C64 emulator.
It still flickers like somebody who just fell in love, what about making progressive scan an option?
Anyone know if any of these are configurable from config file or has to be compiled in?
And MASS: does not seem to work, I will look at the prefs now to see if I have to configure something.
MASS: works when emulator is launched from MASS
Last edited by barf; 01-06-2010 at 01:41 PM.
MASS works if you put USBD.IRX in the folder. I launch it from MC.
Is there any way to get HDD to work?
I used to love my C64. Its great to play all my old favorites again and now that saves are possible, I can play ZORK again!! Its a great project. Thanks to everybody that worked on it!
I downloaded the source and try to compile it, does anyone know where eefileio.h can be found?
I tried to copy the fileio.h to eefileio.h, but obviously something is different.
Trying to add some cool stuff to the emulator.
The source for this version of ps2vice requires gshi ps2sdk
curl -O http://gshi.org/downloads/gshi_ps2sdk.7z
Last edited by barf; 01-23-2010 at 05:09 AM.
yo all, heres how to burn ps2vice on a dvd instead of cd. (warning: i didnt have any luck using imgburn or sony cd/dvd generator). so instead, load NERO, and when the 'new compilation' window appears, choose 'dvd' and pick the 'DVD-ROM (UDF/ISO)' option. in the 'multisession' tab choose 'no multisession'. in the 'ISO' tab choose 'ISSO 9660+Joliet' for the file system. for 'file name length' choose 'Max. of 31 chars (Level 2)'. for 'Character Set', choose 'ISO 9660'. for relax restrictions, choose 'allow path depth of more than 8 directories', also choose,'allow more than 255 characters in path' and also 'allow more than 64 characters for Joliet names'. next, on the 'UDF' tab, leave it set as 'Automatic settings'. on the 'Label' tab, leave it as 'Automatic' and put in any Disc Name you want for your dvd. on the 'Dates' tab just leave it alone. on the 'Misc' tab just leave it alone. on the 'Burn' tab set your write speed (try to burn slow, eg. 4x maximum). ok now click the 'New' button and you go into the nero file browser. simply drag into this window your PS2Vice files. you may also add a dummy file, but make sure your dummy file is less than 2gb or you will have problems (you could always add two dummy files, each 1.5gb if you wish. note: if using a dummy file, drag this into the compilation window FIRST, and call your dummy file something like 0.0 (zero.zero) to ensure it is burned FIRST in your compilation). ok when you are ready now simply burn your disk (slowly) and you will have a qorking ps2vice DVD instead of CD! finally, i am still using vice 1.14 because i notice with the newer versions i had some crashes and some games not loading. so if you also experience problems with games not loading, simply use vice 1.14 instead.
hi, hope anyone can help. I've managed to get vice loading up on the ps2 (thanks to the guide). I've got a c16 folder on the disk with a few roms, so i choose that option on the menu screen. the problem i've got is, whatever rom i choose, it says loading then the screen freezes. I've tried booting it up a few times and the same thing happens. any help would be great, ta.
I have never used PS2Vice, only PS2DC64, but I would guess its a bad rom.
Originally Posted by carlfozza
I know with the DC64, not all roms worked. I had to test quite a few out first.
Never knew there was a new version. I may have to test it out one day.