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I AM SO PISSED RIGHT NOW!
#1
This is just ridiculous...

So, I've recently downloaded PCSX2 1.4.0 and I wanted to play V-Rally 3, so I converted it to .ISO file. Next what I did is, I went to CDVD --> Iso Selector --> Browse --> And then I choose the game that I wanted to play. I also checked the Plugin thing. Then I click System --> Boot CDVD (fast), AND THEN THE ANNOYING SYS. CONFIG./BROWSE WINDOW COMES UP!  Angry Jesus... Then I tried to check the "Iso" thing in CDVD tab, then I did the same step and it said: "File not found. Path: IsoFileSystem." And now I was mad. I tried another plugin, so I used the "Linuz Iso CDVD 0.9.0 [cdvdiso]" and the result was the same. What the hell do I do?!?

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#2
What software did you use to convert the disc to .iso?
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#3
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[attachment=61831 Wrote:Ryudo pid='548624' dateline='1484267661']What software did you use to convert the disc to .iso?

Well, I used Daemoon Tools, but now the game loads up. Now, What do I do with this??? 
   
#4
Rip games using IMGBurn

http://imgburn.com/
#5
(01-13-2017, 03:35 AM)Topken Wrote: Rip games using IMGBurn

http://imgburn.com/

Dude, I don't need it, it's working. Now I have another trouble is to fix that glitch in that screenshot.
#6
apparently, you need to use software mode to fix this.
That said, latest git & OGL renderer might be worth a shot
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#7
(01-13-2017, 08:09 AM)jesalvein Wrote: apparently, you need to use software mode to fix this.
That said, latest git & OGL renderer might be worth a shot
Using v1.4.0 and going to Config > Video (GS) > Plugin Settings, setting Renderer to "OpenGL (Hardware)" and enabling "Hardware Depth" will do. Wink
#8
(01-13-2017, 05:01 AM)vixplay Wrote: Dude, I don't need it, it's working. Now I have another trouble is to fix that glitch in that screenshot.

Just FYI even if it's working now you may encounter errors later. IMGBURN is guaranteed to produce good rips(assuming your disc is good ofc) so you should use it from now on.
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#9
(01-13-2017, 08:09 AM)jesalvein Wrote: apparently, you need to use software mode to fix this.
That said, latest git & OGL renderer might be worth a shot

Thank you so much, i'll try that.  Laugh

(01-13-2017, 12:28 PM)FlatOut Wrote: Using v1.4.0 and going to Config > Video (GS) > Plugin Settings, setting Renderer to "OpenGL (Hardware)" and enabling "Hardware Depth" will do. Wink

Thanks for telling Smile

(01-13-2017, 05:22 PM)Blyss Sarania Wrote: Just FYI even if it's working now you may encounter errors later. IMGBURN is guaranteed to produce good rips(assuming your disc is good ofc) so you should use it from now on.

Okay, I will download that later. Thank you guys. Laugh
#10
Okay I did the way the FlatOut told me to do, but now I have 1 sec. freezes and low FPS, like 40.




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