If you have a collection of old PlayStation video games but no longer have a PlayStation console, you can use the ePSXe emulator to play the games on your computer. With ePSXe, your computer functions just like an original PlayStation console. It even allows you to save your game to a virtual memory card. You are not likely to run out of room on this virtual memory card, but you may want to check it to see what game save files you have stored there.
Click the computer's "Start" button. Click "Computer," then click "Local Disk (C:)."
Scroll down and double-click "Program Files." Double-click the "ePSXe" folder.
Double-click the "Memcards" folder if you want to view the files you have saved on the virtual memory card. If you want to delete a saved file, right-click it and select "Delete."
Double-click the "Sstates" folder to see save state files. These are files created when you click on "File" and "Save" during gameplay. This feature saves your game at any time. As with memory card files, right-click one and select "Delete" if you want to erase it.
Tips & Warnings
- Use save states often while playing ePSXe. Since it is an emulator, it isn't always stable with all games. Saving your game periodically prevents loss of progress in a game should the emulator freeze or crash.
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