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Help using PCSX2....
#1
Well, I got PCSX2 up and running and everything, but the only problem is, it doesn't read the game. I have the .ccd, CUE image file, ,img.ecm file, and .sub file for Final Fantasy 8, but whenever I load it up it brings me to where you can check whats in your memory cards and configure the PS2 etc. etc. So can anyone tell me whats wrong?
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#2
Burn an .iso image of your disc and then use the Linuz Iso plugin to load the game via Run > Execute.
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#3
Uh... Final Fantasy 8 is a PSX game and PCSX2 is a PS2 emulator, the actual PS2 console may be able to run PSX games but if you want to run that game in a emulator you need a PSX emulator like ePSXe or pSX or PCSX or something.
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#4
Oh zzzz... I wasn't thinking straight Wacko
I just saw that he had other file formats instead of iso
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#5
Uh also this isnt a bug report (my bad), moved...
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#6
Also im not sure the plugin supports ccd files but it supports iso and img file try that
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#7
It may not support .ccd but the .img which is the actual image file would run just fine (if it was a PS2 game :p).
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#8
(10-14-2009, 04:06 AM)boogerthe2nd Wrote: Burn an .iso image of your disc and then use the Linuz Iso plugin to load the game via Run > Execute.

lol thats exactly the help i needed a few weeks ago ^_^
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#9
Could have asked for help then...
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