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Game not loading
#1
Hello again Tongue

I'm trying to run DBZ Budokai III and the game just wont load.

I played with the configures a bit and I sometimes get a black screen:

[Image: blackscreenk.jpg]

PS2 Menu, Memory cards Menu + the CD:

[Image: cardsmenu.jpg]

Red screen where it says "Please insert...":

[Image: redscreen.jpg]

And I even got to a screen where it suppose to show
"Playstation 2" but its all covert in gray so I cant actually see it:

[Image: playstation2.jpg]

and i never got passed that...

*Note - Unlike my other thread this is an original CD
If you want a proof I will take a picture with my camera of the CD and the cover.

If you need anything else to help me just say it and I will give it :]

Thanks!
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#2
It might be easier if you just convert the CD into an ISO image before playing it. When I tried to load CDs in 5 parts - assuming your game is also in seperate disks - (installation, 4 game disks due to lack of memory per disk) individually, the same problem occurred. But after I got all the info onto one virtual disk it ran fine.

Sidenote: What Cdvd rom plugin are you using?
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#3
you sure that's the actual game? post a pic of the UNDERSIDE of the game please? (on top of the BACK of the game case)


video from bios loading (well, unloading) DBZ budokai 3

.zip   cd.zip (Size: 4,52 MB / Downloads: 125)
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#4
(09-19-2009, 06:43 PM)Guitarist Wrote: It might be easier if you just convert the CD into an ISO image before playing it. When I tried to load CDs in 5 parts - assuming your game is also in seperate disks - (installation, 4 game disks due to lack of memory per disk) individually, the same problem occurred. But after I got all the info onto one virtual disk it ran fine.

Sidenote: What Cdvd rom plugin are you using?

Separate discs? 5 parts? what game are you talking about?
But I did tried to convert the CD to an ISO image with Nero and got the same results.

I'm using Linuz ISO CDVD 0.9.0
here's a picture with all the plugins:

[Image: configures.jpg]

(09-19-2009, 07:11 PM)Saiki Wrote: you sure that's the actual game? post a pic of the UNDERSIDE of the game please? (on top of the BACK of the game case)

video from bios loading (well, unloading) DBZ budokai 3

Not sure what you wanted me to take picture of so I took a photo of the whole case:

[Image: p5290004.jpg]

[Image: p5290002.jpg]

[Image: p5290001c.jpg]

If you need anything else just ask!

and thanks again.
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#5
just like this is what I want (I'm using a webcam, but the point is there)
       
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#6
oh... i thought that "(on top of the BACK of the game case)" was explanation of "post a pic of the UNDERSIDE of the game please?"

anyway here:

[Image: p5290002.jpg]

[Image: p5290001.jpg]
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#7
PAL game, NTSC bios..

File > Run CD/DVD should fix it.

I'm always a little leery when I hear someone pirated something, so I had to be sure myself to keep out of trouble.
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#8
(09-19-2009, 10:57 PM)Saiki Wrote: PAL game, NTSC bios..

File > Run CD/DVD should fix it.

I'm always a little leery when I hear someone pirated something, so I had to be sure myself to keep out of trouble.

np.

I changed the Bios to U - PAL (right?) and all I got was black screen.

here a picture of the log maybe you can see what's wrong:

[Image: 30542789.jpg]
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#9
no, you hit run CD/DVD and it will bypass the bios
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#10
(09-19-2009, 11:55 PM)Saiki Wrote: no, you hit run CD/DVD and it will bypass the bios

I'm hitting run CD/DVD and getting the same results...
I can show you if you know a recording program.
or maybe the ISO file i created isn't good...
how would you suggest me to create ISO files?
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