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Help with ps2 cd's
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I put the disc in the E drive and I configure it with the cdvdGigaherz(r3006)

however when I go to system and try to boot it I get this:

root directory not found in iso image Name: IsoFS

My computer specs are:
Radeon HD4350 512 MB DDR2 memory
Phenom II X4-910 (D) 2.6 GHz (95W) 4000 MHz
8 GB DDR3
Windows 7

and i'm using version 0.9.7.3113

Can you guys help a poor old lad :]?
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#2
Although you should create an ISO image of the disk for better performance, the direct answer in this particular case is:

Make sure "Plugin" and not "Iso" is selected in the GUI. Make sure The plugin is pointing to the correct driver.
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(07-25-2010, 07:45 PM)nosisab Ken Keleh Wrote: Although you should create an ISO image of the disk for better performance, the direct answer in this particular case is:

Make sure "Plugin" and not "Iso" is selected in the GUI. Make sure The plugin is pointing to the correct driver.

I feel so dumb loool, Thank you :]
Have any suggestions on to why the sound is a bit choppy? is it cuz i have the config bad or cuz the iso burn is bad?
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#4
Report which plugins are you using and their configuration.

Report the speed hacks being used (if so).

Finally report the specific game is being played.

Your CPU and GPU are major bottlenecks and many games will be hard to play without hard measures, some may not run perfectly ever. Still enough to play many others games with certain easy.
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