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I'm a twit.. Changed files... How to revert back? I have no idea...
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Hey there, thanks for stopping by. Just download PCSX2. Was setting it up and noticed it has a Winamp DSP plugin. So! I guess I kinda clicked around too much and somehow changed my files withing the Program Files > PCSX2 > Plugins folder - I tried to open the file by doing something silly, cause I missunderstood that the PCSX2 had the ELF edit built in to then change the .ini

I've tried to do a reinstall, look online for the .ini to replace the .dll and I'm just running out of ideas. All for a gosh darn winamp plugin. I can only hope I make sense as I tried my best to explain what I did.

P.s. Maybe this can help?      

Thanks in advanced! Thanks for your time!
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#2
So what's the problem? All the required dll files are in the plugin folder.
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#3
the ini goes in the ini's folder, not the plugin folder. Or you can just delete the ini (in the ini folder) and start pcsx2 and it will make a new one.
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(06-30-2016, 12:32 AM)refraction Wrote: the ini goes in the ini's folder, not the plugin folder. Or you can just delete the ini (in the ini folder) and start pcsx2 and it will make a new one.
That's not an ini. It's a dll with the extension changed to .ini(check file size). But it shouldn't matter regardless.
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#5
I have somehow messed it up where Windows thinks it's like some sort of perma DLL. Like all I can really add is what you see in the photo, I had it like that when it was .ini by default, then I doubleclick or somehow got to Open with and just in the moment, doubleclicked Notepad, rushing like I knew what the heck I was doing.

Either I'm just that thickheaded and don't understand how to idk... Can't do a system restore to go back to when I 1st was tinkering around.

Use a Winamp DSP plugin: This option will allow you to use Winamp DPS plugins to alter the resulting sound. It will require you to set plugin's path in ini-file (see [DSP PLUGIN] section in SPU2-X.ini file in inis sub-folder of your PCSX2 folder).
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#6
delete the spu-x.ini.. .ini 's open with notepad by default anyways, but that file you have there isnt an .ini, its a .dll that has been renamed.

Looking through my 1.4.0 install here, there is no file called spu-x.ini...
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(06-30-2016, 01:25 AM)scythefwd Wrote: delete the spu-x.ini.. .ini 's open with notepad by default anyways, but that file you have there isnt an .ini, its a .dll that has been renamed.

Looking through my 1.4.0 install here, there is no file called spu-x.ini...

Tried that, think I had it in there by usuing a program called Open Freely, to try to change things. Didn't work out so well.
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#8
go into your file associations and change it back to notepad.exe if .ini is associated with open freely
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#9
I must be no good at this, I tried to edit the file being denied to add this....

[DSP PLUGIN]
Filename=C: \Program Files (x86) \Winamp\Plugins\Dsp_stacker.dll

Never really tinkerd around with this kind of stuff. I keep trying to find a explaination of some sorts and the only one I find is.

http://forums.pcsx2.net/Thread-Official-...0-9-6#Misc

http://forums.pcsx2.net/Thread-bass-boos...an-be-done

https://searchcode.com/codesearch/view/26618023/

Maybe someone can help me understand how to go about trying to enable this? I think Jammix Enhancer would offer a great boost to the audio while playing yer games! It's a pretty neat plugin with a lot of presets to play around with.
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