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How to delete old ISO paths
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I moved some of the ISO files, and their former shortcut on ISO selector got greyed out. I never figure out how to delete these old paths, as well as never find where the log file saving these data is.

Could someone please lend me a hand?
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go to the pcsx2 main folder then go to inis there double click on pcsx2_ui and open it with notepad, there you can find resendisocount= ''xx amount'' there you can set it to 2 or 1 and the rest will be deleted acordingly.

it is a bit wierd method but it is the only one i can think of Tongue
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I'm sure there's a "clear list" option, but of course this'll remove them all Tongue2
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(01-18-2013, 03:07 PM)refraction Wrote: I'm sure there's a "clear list" option, but of course this'll remove them all Tongue2

i have checked pretty much every option in either pcsx2 and in the inis but i couldnt find it there, you struck my curiousety, where can i find this? xD

just for knowledge sake Tongue
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There isn't any option as that Tongue
Go in the inis folder, open PCSX2_ui.ini, go to the bottom and find [RecentIso]
Delete the entries there
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(01-18-2013, 03:17 PM)Bositman Wrote: There isn't any option as that Tongue
Go in the inis folder, open PCSX2_ui.ini, go to the bottom and find [RecentIso]
Delete the entries there

muhaha i knew it xD
and i already gave the answer ;P bleh xD
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(01-18-2013, 03:17 PM)Bositman Wrote: There isn't any option as that Tongue
Go in the inis folder, open PCSX2_ui.ini, go to the bottom and find [RecentIso]
Delete the entries there

Perfect. I know it would lie around in some of the ini files. But for some reason i never found the file. Guess midnight is not a good time for proper working lol.

Many thanks for the help, guys.

edit* Ah, figured out why i never found the ini. The whole folder lies in My Document xP my derp
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#8
You can just use the Clear All settings button in the Config dropdown. It only clears your Emulation Settings, so you'd have to re-tick any Speed hacks you use, and adjust ratio/resolution if you don't play full screen. Probably a ton faster than finding the .ini and removing the entries. I just did it for fun, since I use it all the time ( 'gotta move the ISO's ) and it literally takes 2 seconds to hit "Next", "Import", "Next", click the BIOS you use, and hit "Finish".
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