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Bus Error
#1
I have no idea if anybody can help me, but I'm having trouble running the ISO. I'm using a 13-inch Macbook Pro. I got the ISO from my own copy of God of War, but when PCSX2 starts, it shows the black and blue "Sony Computer Entertainment" introduction that usually plays whenever I start my PS2 but then immediately after that PCSX2 closes. This is what it says in the X11 window:

bash-3.2$ cd /Applications/pcsx2/bin
bash-3.2$ ./pcsx2

_openfile /Users/rubencarrazana/Desktop/GODOFWAR.iso 0
detected blocksize = 2048
isoOpen: /Users/rubencarrazana/Desktop/GODOFWAR.iso ok
offset = 0
blockofs = 24
blocksize = 2048
blocks = 2065984
type = 2
ZeroGS: creating
ZeroGS: 584 : 24
ZeroGS: Got Doublebuffered Visual!
ZeroGS: glX-Version 1.2
Xlib: extension "XFree86-VidModeExtension" missing on display "/tmp/launch-pEBIHg/org.x:0".
ZeroGS: Depth 24
ZeroGS: you have Direct Rendering!
ZeroGS: ******
ZeroGS: GS WARNING: Floating point render targets not supported, switching to 32bit
ZeroGS: *********
ZeroGS: Disabling MRT depth writing
ZeroGS: using accurate shaders
ZeroGS: initialization successful
ZeroGS: dummy transfer
ZeroGS: dummy transfer
ZeroGS: dummy transfer
ZeroGS: zerogs.cpp:3171: gl error 0x500
ZeroGS: zerogs.cpp:3175: gl error 0x500
ZeroGS: zerogs.cpp:3194: gl error 0x500
ZeroGS: zerogs.cpp:3278: gl error 0x500
ZeroGS: zerogs.cpp:3301: gl error 0x500
ZeroGS: zerogs.cpp:3338: gl error 0x500
ZeroGS: zerogs.cpp:3416: gl error 0x500
ZeroGS: zerogs.cpp:2567: gl error 0x500
ZeroGS: zerogs.cpp:2567: gl error 0x500
ZeroGS: zerogs.cpp:2567: gl error 0x500
ZeroGS: zerogs.cpp:2567: gl error 0x500
ZeroGS: zerogs.cpp:2567: gl error 0x500
ZeroGS: zerogs.cpp:2605: gl error 0x500
ZeroGS: targets.cpp:1105: gl error 0x500
ZeroGS: targets.cpp:113: gl error 0x500
Bus error
bash-3.2$

Any help?
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#2
Post a screenshot of your video plugin options
15" Macbook Pro (Early 2011) SL 10.6.7, Pcsx2 0.9.6
2.2ghz Core i7 | ATI HD 6750M | 8GB 1333MHz DDR3
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#3
which version of MAC OS are you using? And which video plugin. Seems to be an issue there.
13" 2010 Mac Book Pro - Snow Leopard 10.6.7 - Pcsx2 Version: 0.9.6 (and praying on 0.9.7 to release)
2.4Ghz Intel Duo Core | NVIDIA 320M (256mb) | 4 Gigs 1067mhz DDR3 Ram

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