It is not possible to play the PS3 games in MacBook and other device. Second thing is that, PS3 games required Highly advance Hardware configuration and graphic card as well.
As PS games comes with Blue-ray disc which is not supportable to any OS, so hope you clear that the disc can't be read. But if you want to connect the PS games, then you can connect with your Mac cable and software, For this, you need to watch this video:- Hope this helps somewhat, Thank you..
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Join Date Dec Posts Actually MAC has sufficient space to use and play. But PS3 is very big game and it takes mush extraordinary requirements than other devices. Basically it could have much heavy storage capacity, Graphic card must be compatible to this etc There are so many requirements like this to play this in MAC.
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Replies: 5 Last Post: , PM. The time now is AM. All rights reserved. I have both now. I came across your tutorial and for some reason it's the only one that works. Perhaps I was downloading an incorrect version of pcsx2 it came in a disc image with a Libraries. I am having some problems though. I can't get the graphics to be smooth, and the menus are "doubled" or blurry almost.
The sound is also a bit behind.
It seems as if that last glossy layer of the game is missing or something. Also, I made it just past the intro of FFX, entered the second screen, and my controls stopped working I use the keyboard. I also read in the comments that I shouldn't need XQuartz, but when I open pcsx2, it automatically runs as if it's through XQuartz. Do you have any insight? Could it be a bad ISO?
It had me worried for a while too: before I went into the sound config I wasn't getting any sound. For some reason the default setting was Mute. Before You do of course need the CG Toolkit too, for all versions. The problems you describe sound like typical emulation issues, and I've experienced plenty myself on various platforms in the past.
Have you tried many more games? Have you tried messing with graphics settings or looking for special fixes in the advanced settings?
I'm at a bit of a loss as to what to suggest, other than trying other games or considering the fact that your hardware might not be PCSX2-friendly. I'd try a few more games perhaps FF7? The fact that you can get it to run at all is a good start, remember that! It's slightly outdated, but not in your case as you're still on Are you running Lion? If you are running an earlier version make sure you have XQuartz downloaded and the correct version of the emulator for your OS.
I haven't tested this in Mountain Lion yet, so if you're running I can't really offer too much more in the way of help, with no way of reproducing the error it could be anything. Every time I try to run the Bios no disk to test, I get this error. Error Code: -1" I downloaded the cG toolkit and am on Lion. Any thoughts? Aside from checking you've got the libraries installed, I can't think what might be up there. I had no such issues on Lion, and didn't need to separately install XQuartz either.
Have you tried searching the error you receive? I can't think what else it could be, unless you have fairly old hardware even so, it should still run albeit poorly. Good luck, let us know if you find the solution!
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You need to select the folder it's located in first, then choose the BIOS file. Cant seem to work my ps3 controller with this are there any free gamepad applications ive tried downloading a ps3 driver tool from tattiebogle. Yeah support is patchy with the new Apple laptops - the Retina MacBook Pro I've got isn't too good with joypads it seems. I've searched high and low and there does not appear to be any free apps for this purpose.
GamePad Companion lets you do keyboard mapping, which is good but not perfect though it might have to do. Obviously it's annoying having to pay for something to find out if it works, but it's the only choice at the moment. The developer really should offer a free version, I'm sure a lot more people would buy the full version if they could test out a free version first.
I'm running Snow Leopard and I can't seem to find libraries. I've checked with both finder and spotlight. What happened? Also, I never got a. I got a. Yes it looks like it's a.
It's like it doesn't exist on my computer! Any tips on where it might be hiding? Or is it in one of the 3 applications somehow? I've even tried looking through hidden files. It's no where to be found. I'm not sure, again the Lion version comes as a DMG with the libraries. PKG included. You could always try and install the Lion version and see if that works? Also consider posting on the forum, someone might have had a similar problem and found the solution.
You could always consider upgrading too if your Mac supports the latest releases? Snow Leopard and above don't need XQuartz it comes with the OS afaik but this should help if you're having trouble on Don't forget you need the nVidia Cg toolkit as well! IT just wouldnt open..!! What version of OS X are you running? I can't think why, and it's been a while since I wrote this, but I doubt the port has been updated for Mountain Lion yet so there may still be some incompatibilities. Otherwise, make sure you have X11 installed and the nVidia Cg toolkit The newer PS3 doesnt have the encoder built in for PS2 games.
Some of the first PS3 had either hardware support and then later software support built in for playing PS2 games. I bought one with the hardware support and it really works fine with playing the older PS2 games - and new PS3 games. You can find more information of what versions of the PS3 that are able to run PS2 games : just google PS3 and you will find. Oh my goodness, I really needed this article! Thank you! Rob Nightingale.