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How do I do multi-discs
#1
I can't figure out how to do multi-disc games, anyone got an idea?
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#2
Don't think PCSX2 officially supports disc swapping. According to the Config guide, your best hope of it working is to use the Gigahertz plugin and hope for the best.
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#3
i posted about it a while ago and came to the conclusion that it doesn't work...
you're out of luck with multi disk games unfortunately
i tried all kinds of different ways and none worked
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#4
Most multi-disk games offer the ability to save before disk swap. Just save, exit, restart, and play with disk 2?
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#5
I didn't even know that there were multi disc games for the ps2. What are the names of them?
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(10-20-2009, 06:10 PM)Tetsero Wrote: Most multi-disk games offer the ability to save before disk swap. Just save, exit, restart, and play with disk 2?

You can also give save states a shot, that should be more likely to work.
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(10-20-2009, 06:14 PM)bkwegoharder Wrote: I didn't even know that there were multi disc games for the ps2. What are the names of them?
there are a few out there...
for 'proper' multi-disk games, in my collection i have grandia 3

the game i was asking about before, isn't a multi-disk game as such, but it requires disk swapping to access additional features... these would be the second and third galaxy angel 2 games... i also seem to remember that the original galaxy angel games needed disk swapping to access the bonus (chitose) route

these are just a couple of examples taken from my own collection of games

(10-20-2009, 06:23 PM)KrazyTrumpeter05 Wrote: You can also give save states a shot, that should be more likely to work.
i never thought of that... might be worth a try...
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#8
all you do is when it asks for the next disc, just press ESC then change the drive to where the next disk is, then Run-Execute it
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#9
that never worked before

look here http://forums.pcsx2.net/thread-10259.html
and look here http://forums.pcsx2.net/thread-9910.html
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(10-20-2009, 06:14 PM)bkwegoharder Wrote: I didn't even know that there were multi disc games for the ps2. What are the names of them?

Star Ocean 3 and Grandia 3 are the only ones I can think of.
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