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Error - File Could Not Be Created Or Opened
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Error - File Could Not Be Created Or Opened
"File could not be created or opened" and the file is "C:\Program Files\Pcsx2\bios\SCPH-70004_BIOS_V12_PAL_200.mec".

I'm using 0.9.7 r3876 on Windows Vista, 32-bit.

It worked fine before, but I accidentally changed a graphical setting whilst running the game (Final Fantasy X), which caused it to crash. When I tried to restart it, I started getting this error and I am still getting it.

I read somewhere that this was because of the file not saving in Unicode, and so I resaved it in Unicode and stuck it back in there. No luck. I also tried deleting it completely, but that didn't work either.

Everything worked perfectly fine before, why am I getting this error now all of a sudden? I was under the impression that this had been fixed in the version I'm using?

Thanks.
01-18-2011 03:36 PM
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RE: Error - File Could Not Be Created Or Opened
This is a very common problem for which you would have found the solution with a simple search or by reading the FAQ.
It is a permissions problem, uninstall PCSX2 from where you currently have it (make sure you back up your BIOS files) then install it again in a custom folder like C:/PCSX2. Then on the first time config wizard make sur to select current directory for ini storage.
If it still doesn't work right click PCSX2.exe and Run as Administrator

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01-18-2011 04:26 PM
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RE: Error - File Could Not Be Created Or Opened
Ah yes, silly me. I completely forgot to run it as an administrator. It's working again. Thank you very much for your reply!
01-18-2011 04:46 PM
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