How do you play Nintendo 64 games on a PC. I found the ROM files and a Nintendo emulator but I can'
Which emulator are you using I use Project64
just open the emulator and then load the rom while in zip format
Project64 is probably the best emulator to use, have you opened the readme document if the is one. Some of the emulators will come without the necessary Bios files to work, this is for legal reasons. I can't remember if Project 64 has the Bios files or if they are emulated as well, this would be mentioned in readme file.
Also make sure Rom files are for the Nintendo 64 system and not one of the other Nintendo systems, sounds silly l know but it is easy to get confused.
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