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Dolphin is an open source and free video game console emulator for Nintendo Wii and Gamecube. It was first released as free software for Windows in 2021. Since then, Dolphin has become one of the most popular Gamecube emulators available for download and use. Dolphin has also been the first Gamecube emulator to successfully run several different commercial games. Unfortunately, this also means that Dolphin has also been the cause of many problems for people who use it. While there are no known malicious viruses that have been developed to specifically target Dolphin, there have been some issues in the past that people have reported.
Release Notes:5.0 Pre-Release 1 (2016-09-13):Updated to Dolphin 5.0As Dolphin is now a 64-bit only application, the launcher now checks the OS and abort if running on a 32-bit PCDue the high amount of changes in Dolphin itself, this release will only work with Dolphin 5.0 or development builds released after itFollowing Dolphin changes, DSP and IPL ROM dumps should be stored directly in Data\\User\\GC. If you had them stored previously in App\\ROMs, they'll get wiped during the update, so make a backup before updating to this releaseAutomatic language switching based on PAM settings is now supportedMultiple portable and local instances can be executed concurrently without any issue nowMany under-the-hood improvements to make the launcher more stable and reliableDirectX Portable dependency removed (it's abandoned and can't even be downloaded anymore). For compatibility purposes, the launcher can still load the required runtimes from it if they're not found elsewhere and you still have DirectX Portable installedUpdated EULA: now using RTF format and in addition to DirectX EULA, Visual C++ 2015 EULA added as well4.0.2 Development Test 2 (2013-12-03):Updated to Dolphin 4.0.2. DSP and IPL ROM dumps are properly handled again (updated the launcher to use the new locations from Dolphin 4.x)XAudio2 is now properly handled and a portable copy can be used by running the launcher with administrative privileges. The launcher also warns the user now if XAudio2 is selected in an environment it isn't availableAll directory moves are handled correctly nowThe launcher now correctly detects the presence of the needed DirectX DLLs and handle it accordingly, either using a bundled copy, a local copy or the DirectX Portable installAdded a feature to prevent storage device entering sleep state (see the launcher's Readme.txt for more details)Updated help files and EULAFirst run delay on slow devices fixed by moving the folders instead of copying themBoth variants (x86 and x64) are mandatory now and Multilanguage support became optionalOverall size reduced. Many duplicated files between 32 and 64 bit builds were merged to CommonData folderUser can now enable backward compatibility by adding LegacyMode entry in the launcher's INI, bringing back correct DSP and IPL ROM dumps handling for Dolphin builds older than 3.5-2381 (see the launcher's Readme.txt for more details)4.0 Development Test 1 (2013-10-01):Updated to Dolphin 4.0. Please note that this version may have issues with the DSP and IPL dumps. A completely new launcher will come soon with all features and bugfixes needed to be released as official3.5 Development Test 2 (2013-02-21):Dropped online installer in favour of DirectX End-User Runtimes PortableCustom code completely rewrittenCLI argument passing is working againThe installer is now fully compatible with PortableApps UpdaterRemoved Run As Admin requirement3.5 Development Test 1 (2012-12-24):Updated Dolphin to 3.5 Stable3.0 Development Test 3 Rev 2 (2012-12-18):XAudio2 backend now works properly (requires administrative privilegies)Fixed some issues that would occur when the optional x64 build weren't installedSome code refactoring3.0 Development Test 3 (2012-12-13):Prevent breaking Microsoft EULA by downloading the files during the install and by including the DirectX EULAThe 64 bit variant install is now optionalThe settings and ROM dumps are now properly handled by the installer: they won't get deleted anymore during an app updateFull support for command line argument passing through the LauncherUpdated help file and other related stuff from \"Other\" folder3.0 Development Test 2 (2012-12-07):Proper handling for the DSP LLE required ROM files and the optional GameCube IPL files3.0 Development Test 1 (2012-12-04):Initial release
Since this is a portable version, we can include the Microsoft EULA in the installer and specify the installer to download these files but to unzip the required files using 7za or something similar instead of installing it. Also, there isn't any enclosure in Microsoft EULA that prevent us of doing something like this (as long as we use Microsoft URLs to download them)
The Development Test 3 version actually contains the biggest code changes that I've ever made since I started working on this. Some DLLs are downloaded from Microsoft, but since my PC already have them, I can't do some tests.
Windows 7 x64, Ultimate Fr. Sp1.Portable \"V3.x and V4.0 Development Test 1\", always open x86 dolphin.I try your portable version, but found that the x86 version of dolphin is always opened instead of the x64 version of dolphin.
Okay The problem with my freezes is disc access speed. also happens with non-portable dolphin on a removable harddrive. I hear my hard drive spinning whenever it freezes and sometimes doesn't unfreeze when it reads the data sometimes. Works most of the time . guess i should get a USB 3.0 port to completely stop the problem or just use the internal hardrive for ROMs. happens rarely. Thought you should know and test how well it works on various hardware specs
Back during the KDE 4.0 release event, the release schedule leading up to KDE 4.1 was shared. KDE 4.1 will be released in July, but leading up to its release there will be new versions in the KDE 4.0.x branch every month until then. Last month was KDE 4.0.1 and today KDE 4.0.2 has been released. KDE 4.0.2 features new Plasma desktop features, panel configuration options, new language translations (Persian and Icelandic), and a lot of bug-fixes. In particular there are many fixes to be found in Kopete, Okular, and KHTML. The KDE 4.0.2 release announcement can be read in full at KDE.org. 1e1e36bf2d