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Little-known handheld from Korea lets you bring almost every classic game system with you.
June 7, 2003
Since the GP32 is such a powerful system, many people have taken to porting their favorite PC emulators to the GP32. Since I am a classic game freak, that was the first thing I wanted to do. So when I received my GP32 I grabbed the Smart Media Card from my camera, hooked the GP32 to my PC, installed the software and driver, then initialized the card. I had already downloaded the NES emulator, so I decided to install it. I clicked on "install" but it would only allow files with the extension .zpk and .fpk. This was confusing, as the emulatorís extension was .fxe, so I looked around the web trying to figure out what I was missing. It turns out that you first need to install a launcher program that allows you to run .fxe files on your GP32. Once I installed the launcher, all I had to do is put the .fxe files in the GPMM folder on the card. It was pretty annoying, but once I figured it out, it was smooth sailing.
Next run the PClink program on you PC. You will also need to install this first.
I tried to install the .fxe file, but found that I could only select .zpk or .fpk files...
...Then I found that you need to install the freeloader (gp_launc.zpk) once I installed it, all I had to do was to copy my .fxe files into the GPMM directory.
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