Honestly, with the lack of support MyEmulators has had this past year, I had switched to an external frontend. (I've tried GameEx, MaximusArcade, and HyperSpin most recently)
They do the job much better and can be migrated to other systems without MP, if need-be.
Then I just have MultiShortcut call the frontend (I am currently using hyperspin) and all is well and still feels integrated.
I was using GameEx, but the forced donations to unlock the most wanted features is a huge turn-off.
I have no problem making donations to software that deserves it, but FORCING you to 'donate' is called 'buying' as far as I am concerned...
HyperSpin is free, and while donating offers benefits, non-donators aren't hampered by locked out features or 30 second nag screens.
After upgrading to windows 7 and 1.1, I decided to give MyEmulators a try again, but I quickly remembered why I switched the first time.
So I am trying HyperSpin this time and am amazed so far.
There are many more on the market, both free and retail, you might give those a try as well if MyEmulators just gets too frustrating.
either way, good luck, I am sure you'll find a working solution soon enough if you don't give up.
Thanks for pointing this out... I don't know why I didn't think of doing it earlier since I use Hulu etc. One deal breaker for HyperSpin is that it doesn't support GoodMerge collections (.7z) which makes me very sad. I was playing around with GameEx but really wish I could get a proper test run with all features before I pony up $25 for it.you can either create your own videos and such for it or download them, pre-made.
launching games from it is simple enough, both emulated and pc games.