I'm configuring an emulator's plugins and Idk what to put as the Plugins Directory.
Look up and download whatever .dll file is missing, then paste it into the Dolphin's folder.Tomba said:Well, I'm not sure if that applies to my PS1 emulator as well, because it's still showing the message. So should I delete that one and reinstall it?
EDIT: It's also still showing the mssage when I try to run Dolphin.
Don't blame the emulators, blame the people who distribute the ROMs. There are tons of people who can rip ISOs themselves.Kirby said:
I've tried one and it was really glitchy.Baby Luigi said:Don't blame the emulators, blame the people who distribute the ROMs. There are tons of people who can rip ISOs themselves.Kirby said:
Emulation is perfectly legal, it's the distribution of ROMs that isn't. And emulation is pretty stable up to 16-bit in my experience.Kirby said:Because emulators suck (no offense to people who play them, I just think it is counted as pirating)