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Quick infos
AdriPSX Plugins

Current version : 01.04.27

AdriPSX Executables
AdriPSX 01.04.27 Installer - Includes plugins, FAQ, and memcard editor
Orginal AdriPSX Zip 01.05.25

Additional tools

Misc tools

ASPI Layer 1.7

ForceASPI is a suite of scripts designed to install the latest Adaptec ASPI layer on Win95/98/ME/NT/2k. ForceASPI ignores the system requirements which are imposed by Adaptec's own installer and allows you to install Adaptec ASPI 4.60 (1021) on your PC regardless of your hardware or software configuration. This is quite useful, since Win2k comes with no ASPI layer, and the ASPI layer included in Win9x is not too great. Most CDR software requires an ASPI layer, as does any CDDA extracting tool. Updating your ASPI layer, or installing one, should alleviate any problems you have with PSEmu Pro CDR Plugins.


Supports bleem (*.mcd), vgs(*.vgs), DeckData(*.ddf), DexDrive(*.gme), MemImage File(*.mc) (<-- for ePSXe) and Memory Library file(*.mlb). mlb is the authors own format, it has unlimited blocks and can exchange single memory with other type.Can copy memory to a different type. And also can Convert A card to each type. Features a easy to use interface.

Cheating utilities

The [pec] plugin

The [pec] plugin is a gameshark like addon which works with all PSX emulators supporting the PSEmu Pro plugin standard (like PSEmu Pro itself, ePSXe, AdriPSX, PCSX, FPSE and PSinex). The gameshark is an addon for your real playstation which allows you the usage of cheat codes for increasing energy, getting more money or every weapon in a certain game. The [pec] cheat database, now included in the .zip file, meanwhile features 1000s of pre-entered codes.

[pec] Edit

[pec] edit was originally designed to be a database editor for the cheating utility [pec]. It's nice interface easily allows you to add codes to the big database. But since version 1.2, this tool also includes a converter which converts normal Gameshark codes to the format ePSXe's built in cheating option uses. Worth a look until [pec] adds support for ePSXe !

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