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Does anyone know where I can find some PS roms?

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Bertinan

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I've been searching everywhere, but everything just led me to an endless ring of voting sites.

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see this one I will post another one later
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its hard to find images off of http sites try ftps, p2p tools and our emulation hub at -Link removed. Read board rules.-

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I know that this is an annoying noob question, but, are isos the same as roms?:wink:

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yea but isos come from cds and roms come from catridges.

isos are bigger than roms :wink:

Thats how I always thought was the difference between them

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yea but isos come from cds and roms come from catridges.

isos are bigger than roms :wink:

Thats how I always thought was the difference between them

:wink: thanks

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How do I make these roms work? :D

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you need an emulator...a program that enables you to play the rom...for PS, the personally preferred emulator is ePSXe.

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-Link removed. Read board rules.- has a good selection of isos (PSX and PS2)




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