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Castlevania problem, surroundings are pitch black.
#1
Greetings, I wonder if anyone could help me with this issue in castlevania games (both CoD and LoI). The problem is that both character, UI and light sources (lamps/water) are rendered fine, but everything except them is pitch black. However I can run GoW series just fine.

I am using GSdx plugin, if I try ZeroGS games become unresponding slow, respite being rendered fine (even thou I can see some black lines on the screen), even with hacks.

Got windows 7, gtx 260, i5@2.67Ghz is that's to any help.
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#2
I hope you're using the official beta that was released last week, which includes updated plugins for PCSX2.
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#3
I think dx10 mode does it better (yet still too broken to enjoy).
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#4
(10-10-2010, 04:45 PM)nintendo85 Wrote: I hope you're using the official beta that was released last week, which includes updated plugins for PCSX2.

I am using 0.9.7, which I downloaded just few days ago, so I'd guess it is the latest version.

(10-10-2010, 04:54 PM)rama Wrote: I think dx10 mode does it better (yet still too broken to enjoy).

Doh.. I duno how trying that slipped my mind! Thanks, it works now Laugh
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#5
^

Are you using r3876?
Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo 2.8GHz
Vid Card: Geforce 9400GT
OS: Windows 7 ultimate 32-bit
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#6
(10-10-2010, 04:54 PM)rama Wrote: I think dx10 mode does it better (yet still too broken to enjoy).

(10-10-2010, 05:15 PM)VaynardX Wrote: ^

Are you using r3876?

r3878, but changing to dx10 did solve the issue.
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#7
The cause is known, it'll be fixed when I finally gather the motivation.
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