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I Use Run CD/DVD and Disc Not Found
#1
So I just downloaded this to play my PS2 games because I take my laptop everywhere with me and a ps2 is not as portable Tongue. Anyway I got the BOIS set and I left all the other plugins as they were. When I click Run CD/DVD it does the whole Ps2 intro, then I pressed the hotkey I set for X and go to browser and it shows the 2 memory cards but no CD? I tried opening and closing the drive n stuff but that didn't matter. Does the same thing when I try using Execute instead of run CD/DVD. Did I screw up and forget somthing in setting this up?
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#2
did you config your cdvdrom?
C2D E6550 @ 2333 Mhz oc 3010 Mhz vcore 1.2750v | HD2600XT | P5KC | 1 + 1 GB G.Skill 6400HK 860 4.4.3.5
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#3
Don't use the default settings, go use the configuration guide to properly setup your system, including configuring the C/DVD plugin to your DVD drive.
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#4
Ahh I got it working now thanks guys

EDIT: Hmm now it seems no matter what video / sound plugin I pick they both lag and the video has a bunch of like rainnbow colored squares on the screen then it goes away and comes back again
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#5
What game are you playing and what are your system stats? (Operating system, Video Card, CPU make and speed, etc)

Chances are since it's a laptop you're going to get less than optimal results with PCSX2.
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(09-04-2009, 03:09 PM)Koji Wrote: What game are you playing and what are your system stats? (Operating system, Video Card, CPU make and speed, etc)

Chances are since it's a laptop you're going to get less than optimal results with PCSX2.

Trying to play "Dirge of Cerberus Final Fantasy VII". and I got the 17.1" Asus Gaming Laptop.

Heres a link to it.
http://www.bestbuy.com/site/olspage.jsp?...8092150740
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#7
Sorry, I forgot to ask what version of pcsx2 and what plugin versions/settings as well.

From that system I can tell your right now that the CPU is a little on the slow side. Most 3d games require about a 3+ghz dual core to run mostly smooth and some require 4+ghz or higher. While I can't be sure exactly where Dirge of Cerebus fits on that line, it would still be out of reach for your laptop processor.
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