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Could not create gsLog.txt?
#1
Why does this message keep coming up?! anyways if it has something with my computer to do, here is all my details:


Processor: AMD phenom™ 8750 Triple-Core Processor 2.40 GHz

Installed Memory: (RAM) 4,00 GB

System type: 64-bit Operating System

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#2
Is it causing any issues? If no.. don't worry about it.

The only reason it shouldn't be able to create the file is if you have the emulator burned to a CD/DVD or if you have the emulator installed to a protected folder (like program files or my documents)
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(04-28-2011, 09:15 PM)Koji Wrote: Is it causing any issues? If no.. don't worry about it.

The only reason it shouldn't be able to create the file is if you have the emulator burned to a CD/DVD or if you have the emulator installed to a protected folder (like program files or my documents)
I have, but if that is the case. i belive something else is causing the emulator to stop responding when i mount an iso file


im using verison 0.9.7.. any tips? i´m pretty certian it's the CD/DVD and GS settings who makes it die
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#4
GS plugin failed to open. Your computer may have insufficient resources, or incopatible hardware/drivers.

Press Ok to go to the Plugin Configuration Panel


Copy of error message i get now when i am trying to run an ELF file called PS2DUMPER.ELF Why? i doubt i my processor is to bad and neither my RAM..
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#5
And when i run the game the emulator stops responding and dies... getting really mad
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#6
To the first problem, it matters NOT being installed in C:\Program Files (x86) or any specially protected folder in Vista or seven. This is valid for many games, mainly those that allow mods. Just uninstall and reinstall in a user created folder, like C:\PCSX2 or C:\Games\PCSX2 or even in another partition/disc, like D:\..., E:\...

The second, it's almost certainly due to having the image mounted in a virtual driver (or physical) and using "Iso" instead "Plugin".

That button Iso is for the Internal ISO reader

The button Plugin is for actually using a CDVD plugin, like Linuz ISO or Gigaherz.
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