WSpecEm is a 48k ZX Spectrum exact-speed emulator for Windows. I developed it at the University of West of England, in Bristol, UK.
The last version was v1.4b. It has a bug under Windows NT, that's easily circumvented. After installation, execute the following steps:
1) rename /Program files/wspecem/spectrum.rom to s.rom.
2) execute wsepcem
3) select Options->Sound->no Sound
4) select Options->Save Options
5) rename s.rom back to spectrum.rom
The sources are under the GNU policy. As the heart of this program, you have a fully tested 100% Z80 emulator in C. You're free to use it to adapt it for powering your programs.
You can also download:
WSpecEM v1.4b - emulator binary installation program for the Win32 architecture
Tape2Tap - DOS tape sampling program, w/ assembly source and SoundBlaster programming documents. This program is using the timer chip, so it must run from the 8088XT to the Pentium ]I[.
Disclaimer: I am no longer supporting this programs. I am aware of their limitations. The ipp.pt ftp and www pages mentioned in the emulator software and documentation are dead.
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Windows Spectrum emulator
Rui Fernando Ferreira Ribeiro (rui AT techemail.com) Last Updated: 11st March 2002