The Nintendo Wii is a seventh-generation gaming system that offers wireless controllers, online gaming and multiplayer support. It is also backward-compatible with other console games such as the PlayStation. If you still have the PlayStation (PSX) backup games stored on a computer, you can download a Wii conversion software application to play PlayStation games on the Wii. With this accomplished, you don't have to throw away any of the PS games you enjoy if you no longer have the PS console.
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Things you need
- Wii SD card
- PSX game backups
Download and install "WiiSX" onto the computer. Follow all instructions to complete the installation.
Insert the Wii SD card into the computer's memory card slot. Right-click the page that is displayed. Click "New," "Folder." Name it a something you prefer for the PSX backups and click "Save."
Click "Start," "Computer" and locate the Wii SD icon. Click it to open it. Click on the Wii SD "Apps" folder to open it. Create a new folder and name it something you can remember.
Drag and paste the "Wiisx" download into the folder you created in "Step 3."
Drag and paste the PSX backup games to the folder you created in "Step 2." Wait for the transfer to complete. Remove the Wii SD memory card from the computer and place it back into the Wii SD memory card slot.
Turn the Wii on. Select the "Homebrew" channel from the main menu. Select "WiiSX" and pick the PSX game you wish to play by highlighting it and press "A" on the Wii controller.
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