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PlayStation is Now Officially Supported

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Posted: 08 Oct, 2019 09:01
Basically all problems on here are usually the bios file. Even if it's named right, they don't always work. They either come up as missing or make the audio choppy and playback rubbish. Just download a new one!

Posted: 08 Oct, 2019 12:05
Dazzman: Downloaded Liberto again. Also did the same for the BIOS (from another site ). And it works now, thanks!

Posted: 08 Oct, 2019 13:25
Last Edit: 08 Oct, 2019 13:37
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Posted: 08 Oct, 2019 13:34
But for some bizarre reason, Liberto won't read my controller.

Posted: 08 Oct, 2019 13:36


Bios files are considered copyrighted material and fall under our "no rom distribution" rule, don't provide links to download them.

Posted: 08 Oct, 2019 14:08
I had no idea. Apologies.

Posted: 13 Oct, 2019 16:57
Last Edit: 14 Oct, 2019 03:48
from what I read the audio issue is because of our pc's dont meet the requirements., Which is interesting in my case, I have 64GB ram, 8700K overclocked to 4.5GHz and dual 1080TI's. My pc should be able to handle this one program lol

Posted: 14 Oct, 2019 19:19
Hello everyone. I normally play on a raspberry pi, but with the PS Cheevos I downloaded Retroarch for my Mac book. I have the game loading (FF7 disc one) on Pcsx and Beetle cores with no issue. I have tried two different copies of the scph5501 bios to be sure and the MD5 check sum matches my rom but I can not seem to get the cheevo's to load. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks again!

Posted: 14 Oct, 2019 19:46
Do you have your scph5501 bios in the Retroarch system folder?

Posted: 14 Oct, 2019 20:05
Documents>Retroarch>system> I then created a folder called "BIOS" and placed it in there. If I do not create the BIOS folder the Beetle core gives me a white screen stating the bios are missing.

Posted: 14 Oct, 2019 20:17
It shouldn't do that. Maybe rename the BIOS to scph5001.bin, all lowercase, and just put it directly in the system folder as I just tried the Beetle core on Die Hard Trilogy 2:Viva Las Vegas and it is working on startup for me.

What specs is your computer running? Mine is a Ryzen 5 2500U laptop with Radeon Vega 8 Graphics and it has 16 GB of memory and 2 TB of storage.

Posted: 14 Oct, 2019 20:17
It shouldn't do that. Maybe rename the BIOS to scph5001.bin, all lowercase, and just put it directly in the system folder as I just tried the Beetle core on Die Hard Trilogy 2:Viva Las Vegas and it is working on startup for me.

What specs is your computer running? Mine is a Ryzen 5 2500U laptop with Radeon Vega 8 Graphics and it has 16 GB of memory and 2 TB of storage.

Posted: 14 Oct, 2019 20:48
mac book pro 2.9ghz I7, radeon pro 560 4gb, 16g ddr3. Tried without the folder and just named the bios "scph5501.bin" I get the no bios yellow text in pcsx and the white screen bios missing in beetle core.

Posted: 15 Oct, 2019 01:44
Hmm. That is weird. I think it could be a bad BIOS dump altogether or you got a bad ROM dump. But I never used a macbook either as all my laptops have been HP laptops and I think it should be somewhat capable of playing a PS1 game as I got this to play Resident Evil 2 on the N64 before Retroarch updated and I lost control of the N64 emulators.


Posted: 15 Oct, 2019 01:44
Hmm. That is weird. I think it could be a bad BIOS dump altogether or you got a bad ROM dump. But I never used a macbook either as all my laptops have been HP laptops and I think it should be somewhat capable of playing a PS1 game as I got this to play Resident Evil 2 on the N64 before Retroarch updated and I lost control of the N64 emulators.

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