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GIT build crashes when trying to load game
#1
The console displays:

# Loader 'cdrom0:YSLUS_210.50;1': pc=00100008

before crashing.

Any suggestions?
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#2
Tell us which version is the last one which works. You can find earlier versions here: http://forums.pcsx2.net/Thread-All-devel...since-2011
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#3
Oh, and by "GIT build" I mean the actual source code downloaded from the GIT repo and built into an EXE, not the automated build. Sorry for the confusion Wacko
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#4
Try the latest one from buildbot then, and see if that one works. If it does, then you did something wrong compiling it.
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#5
(01-05-2015, 10:10 AM)Ryudo Wrote: Try the latest one from buildbot then, and see if that one works. If it does, then you did something wrong compiling it.

What Build Configuration do you use? Automated Build works, by the way.
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#6
Maybe you have a look into this compilation guide.

Just skip all the SVN stuff since you already have the source.
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#7
(01-05-2015, 11:30 AM)willkuer Wrote: Maybe you have a look into this compilation guide.

Just skip all the SVN stuff since you already have the source.

Does it matter if I'm using VS 2013 Pro?
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#8
you should just be able to open up the project file and compile it.
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#9
Why don't you use the build bot for PCSX2 Git snapshots?

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#10
Also try to make an image of your disc with Imgburn and try the internal imagereader instead of the cdrom/dvdrom drive Smile
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