PlayStation 1 is one of the best-selling video game consoles in history. Released in December 1994 in Japan and September 1995 in the United States, the PS1 was one of the first three-dimensional gaming consoles on the market. Gamers create PS1 games for various reasons, such as backing up an old PS1 game to play in a PlayStation or creating a PS1 game to play in a PS1 emulator available online for free download.
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Download Magic ISO (see Resources), and complete installation. You are going to create an ISO file. The ISO is a duplicate copy of a disc image.
Double-click "Magic ISO" icon on your Desktop.
Insert a PS1 game into your CD-ROM drive and then close the tray.
Click the "CD" icon on the toolbar to display the "Make ISO from CD-ROM" window.
Click "Choose your CD-ROM" to select your CD-ROM drive.
Click "folder" button in "Output File" to save the PS1 ISO in a folder on your hard drive.
Click "Make CD Image" in "Option."
Click "OK" to create a PS1 game.
Download Power ISO (see Resources).
Install and launch Power ISO.
Click the "Copy" button on Power ISO toolbar. The "ISO Maker" dialogue box will appear.
Click the drop-down list in "Source Drive" to select the drive holding the PS1 game.
Click "ISO file" as your output file.
Click the "three dots" button to save the PS1 ISO.
Click "OK" to create the PS1 game.
Download Daemon Tools (see Resources).
Install Daemon Tools.
Click the arrow on your taskbar to access the system tray and then right-click the icon that resembles a blue and white lightning bolt.
Click "Disc Imaging" and then select your CD-ROM drive in "Device."
Click the "Reading speed" drop-down list to select a reading speed. The higher reading speed, the faster your PS1 ISO will finish.
Click the "three dots" in "Destination image file." A "Save As" window will display on your screen.
Type a file name for the PS1 game in "File name" field.
Click "Save as Type" drop-down list and then select "ISO" and then click "Save" to create PS1 games. A "Disc Imaging Process" window appears to show the progress of the ISO file.
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