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Having problems
#1
Im new over here and sorry if im posting this in the wrong froum.

I downloaded the latest version of pcsx2. Ive configured everything but I am having trouble playing any ps2 games.

When I click on file and then 'run CD/DVD', a message pops up saying, 'Failed loading MemoryCard from file: memcards\Mcd001.ps2' and then another message appears saying, 'Failed loading MemoryCard from file: memcards\Mcd002.ps2' and then the ps2 screen appears giving the options 'browser' and 'system configuration'. I then close pcsx.

I then open it again and then click on file and then 'Open ELF file' then I look for a elf file but I cant find it so I click on 'ALL Files (*.*)' and then click on the ps2 rom but it still gives me the same message above.

Im using pcsx2 0.9.6.
My computer specs are:
AMD Phenom II x2 550 3.1GHz
4GB RAM
9800 GT graphics card.

What is the problem?

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#2
Try running as administrator.
#3
(05-29-2010, 05:19 PM)vsub Wrote: Try running as administrator.

I did. It still doesn't work


Btw, I didn't add any BIOS coz I saw that the 0.9.6 version already had one pre-installed....
#4
It works now. I though I ran it as administrator before. But I still cant play the ps2 games. I got FFX by creating a disc image (.iso) from the original game. It doesn't load. When I click on 'Run CD/DVD', it just takes me to the ps2 home screen. And when I click on 'Open ELF file' and select the image file, it stops working and doesn't respond. Its not using all my CPU though...
#5
Ok just use the Linuz Iso plugin DON'T COMPRESS your ISO ok just select it from the directory it is stored in and then try running it via "FILE->RUN CD/DVD"
Intel E5700 @3.0Ghz,
Xfx Radeon 5670 1Gb,
4Gb DDR3 Ram,
Microsoft Windows7 Ultimate x86
#6
ok. I'll try that when I have the time since Im away from the computer atm.

But when I use the Linux ISO plugin, are you sure that the ps2 home screen wont appear when I click on 'Run CD/DVD'?
#7
Yes I am positive about that
Intel E5700 @3.0Ghz,
Xfx Radeon 5670 1Gb,
4Gb DDR3 Ram,
Microsoft Windows7 Ultimate x86
#8
(05-29-2010, 08:34 PM)Speedy42 Wrote: Ok just use the Linuz Iso plugin DON'T COMPRESS your ISO ok just select it from the directory it is stored in and then try running it via "FILE->RUN CD/DVD"

Im trying to find the Linux ISO plugin but I cant find it. Ive googled it but I still cant find it. (Are you referring to the Linux Binary?)

Can you give me a link to the Linux ISO plugin? Thanks.
#9
Quote:Btw, I didn't add any BIOS coz I saw that the 0.9.6 version already had one pre-installed

Well, you got an unofficial version with a pirated bios, then.
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