Hi guys, here's the thing: I'm trying to run the Dolphin emulator for GameCube on my Windows XP system, and it crashes before opening. I tried it in Ubuntu 8.10 (I have a dual boot system) and it says that my CPU does not support SSE2 instructions, so the program cannot run.
Here's what Everest Ultimate has to say about my CPU:
Type: AMD Sempron, 1750 MHz (10.5 x 167) 2500+
Instruction sets: x86, MMX, 3DNow!, SSE
Platform ID: D1h (Socket A)
As shown above, the SSE2 instruction set isn't listed. A lot of sites say that the only solution is to upgrade my CPU, which would cost me a few hundred bucks, but I heard that there's a patch to make the processor accept SSE2 instructions.
Is that patch only a rumor, or can I really get a such patch and avoid buying another CPU?
In case someone knows a workaround, I want to run the Skies of Arcadia game, I have the ISOs and I managed to play the Dreamcast version, but Chankast keeps crashing, so I just want to run this game without glitches.
AMD Sempron SSE2 Emulation
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CPU does not support SSE2 instructions
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Re: AMD Sempron SSE2 Emulation
Posted 22 January 2010 - 03:44 PM
No it is not possiable, you can patch a software but you cant patch a hardware.Ya you can run SSE2 instruction with virtual machine on your computer but thats a simulation and its useless for your work, you have to buy another CPU sorry for that!.
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