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I downloaded an msx emulator and I have no idea how to get it work

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Do you mean metal slug X?

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No he means Microsoft MSX.

Which emulator?
I think NLMSX is the most user friendly.
You load disks via the menu.

I don't want to discourage you, but if you have never had a "really" old computer, you may not want to bother with this type of emulation.

-MOVE TO VINTAGE FORUM-

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MICROSOFT MSX?!

It was a japanese computer made by different Japanese manufacturers (sony, mitsubishi, JVC etc) in an attempt to create an industry standard.

I also need help with any good MSX emulators. I've posted a topic for MSX help.

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microsoft had a hand in it, but it's from ASCII
I'd recommend blueMSX, easier to use than NLMSX (difficult)

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What the evil bump.

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oh, I'm sorry, I didn't see the topic was so old :P




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