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How do I set up a PS1 Emulator on my Mac?


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I own a PS1, but I'd rather play games on my computer. I have tried downloading a PS1 emulator, but I'm really confused as to how to make it work. If I download a game, what is the next step? How about getting the disc image or whatever? Can anyone help walk me through how to make it work? Thank you so much!
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pretty sure this would be against forum rules...

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Emulation isn't illegal if you own the original system though.
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Emulation isn't illegal if you own the original system though.
Actually, any technology that requires reverse engineering or the breaking of encryption technologies would be illegal under the DMCA.

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