Download imbnes.zip from the 'downloads' page.
Un-zip all the files to a new directory on your hard drive.
Click the 'Add ROM Directory' button and select any ROM in your
ROM folder. (it doesn't matter which one) All the ROMs in that folder
will be added to the list.
You may repeat step 4 as many times as you need if you have ROMs
in more than one directory. There are lots of other options to customize
the rom list in version 1.3, so experiment until you have the list
just the way you want it.
When you're done adding all your ROMs to the list, click the 'Build
ROM Bank' button. The program will create the file 'rombank.bin'
in the same folder as rombank.exe
When it's finished, close rombank.exe
If you are running Windows XP, you should follow the directions
here for the rest of the disc creation process.
Run makeisoXXX.bat, (where XXX is USA for NTSC systems or
EUR for PAL) . This will combine the required files into an ISO
image file to burn onto a CD (you need to press ESC once the progress
bar reaches 100% or your ISO will not finish being made).
Start CDRWIN and click the first button: 'Record Disc'
Click the 'Load Cuesheet...' button and select 'nes.cue' from the
folder where you unzipped the ZIP file.
Click the 'Start Recording' button to burn the CD.
Hope that everything worked.
the splash screen, a list of ROMs on the disc will be displayed.
Each ROM is identified by a 3 character code (eg. 1C5
Super Mario Bros.nes). Use the L1 and R1 buttons
on the Playstation controller to page up and page down through the
ROM list. When you find the game you want to play, use the
buttons to enter it's 3 character code, and then press start to
If you already know the code, it's not necessary to page through
the games before entering it.