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#1
Yeah, so I've been trying to get this thing to work, and if it's not one thing, it's another for me. First my bios wasn't working, figured that out, got it configured (I think), and now it gives me this error message.

"Could Not Load GS plugin 'plugins': <NULL>"

I've searched the forum a few times, and can't find anything on the subject to help.

Can someone help me?
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#2
1.You don't have the newest DirectX(August 2009)
2.Your video card don't support Pixel Shader 2
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#3
(01-30-2010, 12:43 PM)enigmaDAEDAL Wrote: First my bios wasn't working.

1st things 1st did you dump your bios correctly better show us your file-set of your dumped bios
2nd as mention above your rig is highly-possible ancient thus it wont run pcsx2 at all.
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#4
As far as BIOS goes, I have the following:

scph10000.bin
scph3004R.bin
scph39001.bin
scph50003.bin


As for my system. I'm on a laptop I bought in fall 2008. So it's not that incredibly old. DirectX is up to date, but I'm unsure of what video card I'm packing. Damn Vista makes it hard as hell to figure out what it's running with.
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#5
Use CPU-z to find out the specifics. http://www.cpuid.com/cpuz.php
Post a shot of the first tab and the GPU tab. Also post which PCSX2 version you are using, the plugins and their settings.
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(01-30-2010, 01:57 PM)enigmaDAEDAL Wrote: but I'm unsure of what video card I'm packing. Damn Vista makes it hard as hell to figure out what it's running with.

right-click > screen resolution > advanced: it'll show in the box on the window that pops up.
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#7
Alright, here's what I got. I realize now that my graphics probably can't do this...handles PSone emus fine, and can even play my Mechwarrior 4 stuff...

   
   
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#8
and I'm using Pcsx2 0.9.6
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#9
Also try this. right click the icon of pcsx2.exe with mouse, and choose Run as administrator.

I dunno. May the vile intel GPU sucks has no Pixel Shader 2.0 support, so that unable to afford PCSX2.

Check GPU-Z will show you what exactly the maximum pixel shader you have.
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(02-03-2010, 05:39 PM)pcsx2fan Wrote: Also try this. right click the icon of pcsx2.exe with mouse, and choose Run as administrator.

I dunno. May the vile intel GPU sucks has no Pixel Shader 2.0 support, so that unable to afford PCSX2.

Check GPU-Z will show you what exactly the maximum pixel shader you have.

ummm... is this graphics card fail for PCSX2?
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