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Old 01-26-2011, 07:43 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Can this laptop run No$GBA emulator safely?

Hello sup everyone :
My laptop specs are the following :
T3100 @ 1.9 Ghz dual core CPU
Sis672 intergated graphics card 256 MB
1 GB DDR2 ram 333 Mhz ( shares 256 mb with the intergated graphics so it's 768 MB )
Can this laptop run No$gba emulator safely? I'm just afraid it might be too much load on these components and possibly overheat & fry them.
Thanks in advance.
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Old 01-26-2011, 08:32 AM   #2 (permalink)
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We don't allow emulator talk on the forums.

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Old 01-26-2011, 04:32 PM   #3 (permalink)
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5) Keep Things Legal
Any discussion, links, or information on hacking, cracking, serial numbers, pirating, warez, or any other illegal matters is not allowed. This includes talks of Emulators and Torrents. The links provide the information needed.
Talks of items that are not yet available by any legal means will also be taken in under this rule. This includes Games, Operating Systems, Service Packs and Betas not released yet to the public. Since there will be no way for people to obtain these by any other means then by Piracy or Warez.

Legal Information Regarding Nintendo Roms and Emulators *PLEASE READ*

Nintendo have made clear and in no uncertain terms their legal rights and stance on their intellectual property. They have a patent on emulation of their software so any and all Nintendo emulators bar their licensed version (on the Wii) are considered illegal.

We have the rules announced in every forum for a reason. It isnt cause we want to either. They provide useful information.
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