Installing FpseCE v0.10 or later1.
Download the free version of FpseCE 0.10
Unzip the file "FpseCE_010.zip" to your memory card.3.
Install extracted *.cab file.4.
Acquire a BIOS file, preferably SCPH1001.bin, and place it in Program Files/FpseCE/BIOS.
Now all that's left to do is run the program, configure the options as you please (graphics driver, controller, etc.) and enjoy.
FpseCE should automatically create a program shortcut in your start menu. In addition to this, after running a game once, a direct shortcut to it will be created in a folder called "PSone Games" in the start menu.
If you still have problems, have a read of the documentation to find out what certain things do. Note, that the document was written for the initial release of v0.10, so some features are subject to change. The documentation will be updated to coincide with the arrival of each new free version.Creating CD image file with SlySoft CloneCD.1.
Insert PSX disc into disc tray (preferably one capable of reading sub-channel data), and open CloneCD2.
Choose "Read to image file"3.
Double click the drive containing the disc and wait for it to be analysed4.
Right-click in the box with the different profiles and create a new one (just call it PlayStation)5.
Right-click this profile and choose "edit"6.
On the "Data and read settings" tab, tick both boxes and set read speed to max7.
On the "Audio read settings" tab:
"Read SubChannel data from audio tracks" = ticked
"Read Speed Audio" = Max
"Audio Extraction Quality" = Medium (Fast)
Leave the "Only Read the First Session" option unmarked8.
On the "Error Handling" tab:
"Fast Error Skip Settings" = Off
"Abort on Read Error" = Off
"Don't Report Read Errors" = Off
"Intelligent Bad Sector Scanner" = Off9.
Click OK > Next > Choose where to save ISO (uncheck "create cue-sheet") > OK10.
After a few minutes it'll do a little jingle to let you know it's done. Then you're ready to convert it with PocketISO
If you follow it exactly, you should have no problems and end up with a working image file.