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Couple quick noob questions.
#1
Just got pcsx2 running last night but I'm sort of confused on a few things.

1. Trying to play Kingdom Hearts 1 from my original disk was unplayable. Any time an fmv came on screen it just went down below 7 fps. I ripped the game to an iso and used linuz iso plugin and it ran at a stable 60 fps no slowdowns. Is this an issue to this specific game or a general issue with pcsx2? I was using the gigaherz's cdrom plugin.

2. I noticed Star Ocean 3 is listed as playable on the compatibility website but after searching the forums I noticed disk swapping doesn't usually work. How is Star Ocean 3 playable if disk swapping isn't supported?

If anyone could answer these I'd appreciate it, thanks.


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Oh forgot to mention I'm using pcsx2 0.9.6 and my computer specs are

E8400 stock speed
Nvidia 9800GTX+
2 gigs ddr2 800
Windows XP Pro service pack 3

All latest drivers and updates.
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#2
Most disk swapping games enable you to save before the swap. You can save, close PCSX2, load it with the second disk and load your save.
Issue 1: Depends on your reader but yeah Peops CDVD is the best at reading properly discs.
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(02-28-2010, 10:27 PM)Bositman Wrote: Most disk swapping games enable you to save before the swap. You can save, close PCSX2, load it with the second disk and load your save.
Issue 1: Depends on your reader but yeah Peops CDVD is the best at reading properly discs.


Ahh thanks.


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Oh just wondering is there any way to adjust the volume for the emulator? I'm on XP so I cant use the audio mixer.
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#4
You could try using P.E.Op.S sound plugin which has the volume control but it may not work the same.
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(03-01-2010, 04:31 AM)Shadow Lady Wrote: You could try using P.E.Op.S sound plugin which has the volume control but it may not work the same.

and reduced sound quality also ^^
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#6
Yes SPU2-X is way way better than PeoPs so for the time just live without having a volume adjuster
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(03-01-2010, 02:00 PM)Bositman Wrote: Yes SPU2-X is way way better than PeoPs so for the time just live without having a volume adjuster

lol u can adjust it at volume control manually
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(03-01-2010, 02:02 PM)ikazu Wrote: lol u can adjust it at volume control manually
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Not without lowering the volume on the entire system Biggrin. Anyway thanks for the help.
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