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Help: vtlb miss : addr 0x4, mode 0 Error.
#1
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PS2X keeps crasging after 3 or 4 seonds...

I'm new at using PS2X so I've folllowed loads of tutorials and tips from this forum but I still can't get it right.

It starts normaly but after the "Plastation 2" logo comes up, it crashes...

The final line in the command prompt is

"vtlb miss : addr 0x4, mode 0"

Any idears where I went wrong?

Any tips on how I can fix this?

Some stuff you might find usefull, but It's not the complete quote from the command prompt:

PCSX2 0.9.6 - compiled on Feb 27 2009
Savestate version: 8b400004
x86Init:
CPU vendor name = AuthenticAMD
FamilyID = 2
x86Family = AMD Athlon™ 64 X2 Dual Core Processor 5200+
CPU speed = 2.715 Ghz
Cores = 2 physical [2 logical]
x86PType = Standard OEM
x86Flags = 178bfbff 00002001
x86EFlags = ebd3fbff

Features:
Detected MMX
Detected SSE
Detected SSE2
Detected SSE3
Not Detected SSSE3
Not Detected SSE4.1

Extended AMD Features:
Detected MMX2
Detected 3DNOW
Detected 3DNOW2

Hotkeys:
F1 - save state
(Shift +) F2 - cycle states
F3 - load state
CDVD Plugin CDVDbin.dll: Version 3 != 5
CDVD Plugin CDVDiso.dll: Version 3 != 5
CDVD Plugin CDVDnull.dll: Version 3 != 5
Plugin load failure: C:\Program Files\Pcsx2\plugins\GSsoftdx.dll
SysLibError Message: <NULL>
SPU2 Plugin SPU2null.dll: Version 4 != 5
Bios Version 2.0
Framelimiter rate updated (UpdateVSyncRate): 59.94 fps
* CDVD: Opening drive '\\.\E:'...
* CDVD: IO thread started...
* CDVD Disk Open: 1 tracks (1 to 1):
* * Track 1: Data (Mode 2) (2273776 sectors)
* CDVD: Disk Type: PS2 DVD
MTGS > Thread Started, Opening GS Plugin...
MTGS > GSopen Finished, return code: 0x0

// Then it goes on running the programme until://

DecSet Write: 00
CDVD.KEY = D0,69,91,39,65,1C,05
# Restart Without Memory Clear.
NTSC Display Mode Initialized.
Framelimiter rate updated (UpdateVSyncRate): 59.94 fps
PAL Display Mode Initialized.
Framelimiter rate updated (UpdateVSyncRate): 50.0 fps
# Initialize GS ...
# Initialize INTC ...
# Initialize TIMER ...
# Initialize DMAC ...
# Initialize VU1 ...
# Initialize VIF1 ...
# Initialize GIF ...
# Initialize VU0 ...
# Initialize VIF0 ...
# Initialize IPU ...
# Initialize FPU ...
# Initialize Scratch Pad ...
# Restart Without Memory Clear Done.
DecSet Write: 00
vtlb miss : addr 0x4, mode 0

*Crash*

Thanks for your time and help.
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#2
Well for starters you seem to have a mess of plugins there, I recommend you back up your BIOS then delete your current PCSX2 folder then get the PCSX2 0.9.6 release from the site and start again.

You also didnt mention what game were you trying or what settings you have, that would be useful.
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#3
i have the same problem too i tried playing playing dot.hack infection
i could actually play only at the beginning like wrote my name checked mails and so on but when it actually came to playing the game it crashes at the now loading

these are the settings i used:
graphics: SSE41
Sound: SPU2-x 1.10
Cdvdrom: P.E.Op.S. CDVD (CDDA mod) 1.3.0/Gigagherz's CDVD Pugin 0.7.0

this is my cpu:
Intel® Core™2 Duo CPU
E7200 @2.53GHZ
2.53GHz, 2.00 GB of RAM
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#4
dot hack games usually require you to use microVU in the latest beta
Core i5 3570k -- Geforce GTX 670  --  Windows 7 x64
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#5
I have also there same problem, and I play Naruto shippuden ultimate ninja 5. If I do a speciel move, it came up.

It's a laptop. Windows 7
Intel core 2 duo
t8300 @ 2,4 GHz
4 GB of ram

I can't upgrade my laptop, before after december.
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#6
Using microVU fixes Naruto Ultimate Ninja 5/Accel 2

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#7
And how can I get from?

I'm a new member.
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#8
Get the latest beta and activate microVU from "Config > CPU" options.

http://forums.pcsx2.net/thread-3716.html
Core i5 3570k -- Geforce GTX 670  --  Windows 7 x64
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#9
There are four of them, which one should I take?
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#10
There are 2 of them, take 2 seconds to properly read the options. There are 4 VU options in general but only 2 VUrecs that are microVU
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