Thread Rating:
  • 0 Vote(s) - 0 Average
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5
ISO plugin problem?
#1
PROBLEM HAS BEEN RESOLVED. I UPDATED TO THE LATEST BETA VERSION. THANKS FOR EVERYONE'S HELP AND FOR MAKING ME AWARE OF THE BETA BUILDS!

After troubleshooting for awhile I've gotten to the point where I need help... and if anyone wants to try and help me its greatly appreciated!

So this is the problem. Whenever I use EFP Iso CDVD Driver 0.6.0 or Linuzappz Iso Cdvd Driver 0.5.0 to try and load an ISO, Pcsx2 0.9.6 instantly crashes. I hit run CD/DVD or try Run --> Execute and I get the same result. A window opens and then Pcsx2 has to shut down. I don't believe it is the ISO files themselves because I've tried this with two different ISOs which I made from the EFP plugin. Both ISOs that I tested are of correct size.

I do not believe it to be a BIOS issue and here is why. If I use Gigaherz's CDVD Plugin 0.7.0 and hit RUN --> Execute the PS2 logo opens and the game (Kingdom Hearts II or Final Fantasy XII) runs perfectly from the DVD. My BIOS is USA v1.60.

I know when I use the ISO plugins the file path is correct and there are no spaces.

Here are my specs.

Asus G50VT
Vista Home Premium 64
DirectX 10
Core 2 Duo @ 2.13 GHz
4GB RAM
GeForce 9800m GS 512MB

The problem seems to happen when I use an ISO CDVD plugin and try to open an ISO. I can run the games from DVD perfectly. And just in case anyone is wondering I am not mounting the ISOs.

Anyone have clue?
Reply

Sponsored links

#2
The problem could be that you have mounted the ISO already with a third party ISO mounting tool like Daemon. So first unmount it.
If that does not help delete the ini file/s in the inis folder of pcsx2
Reply
#3
(05-26-2009, 07:48 AM)redlof Wrote: The problem could be that you have mounted the ISO already with a third party ISO mounting tool like Daemon. So first unmount it.
If that does not help delete the ini file/s in the inis folder of pcsx2

Thanks but as I said in my earlier post I'm NOT mounting the ISO. So mounting can't be an issue. I tried deleting the files in inis folder but pcsx2 still crashes unfortunately...
Reply
#4
Have you tried using File>run CD/DVD?
Reply
#5
yes and unfortunately it crashes
Reply
#6
(05-26-2009, 08:46 AM)redlof Wrote: Have you tried using File>run CD/DVD?

The thread starter already said he tried running CD/DVD and/or Run --> Execute in the 1st post.
CPU : Intel Core i5 750 | GFX : GeForce GTS 250 1GB | Sound : Creative X-Fi XtremeGamer Fatal1ty Pro
RAM : Kingsston 4 GB DDR3 | Casing : CM HAF 922 | OS : Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit
Reply
#7
Are you able to see in errors appear in the Console before it crashes?
Reply
#8
Er, what version of the emulator are you using? Linuz 0.5.0 is very old. It's up to 0.9.0 now.
http://www.twitch.tv/krazytrumpeter05
Want to stream your games? Let me know and I can help you get set up with Open Broadcaster Software.
Reply
#9
I'm not able to see any errors in the console. I'm using 0.9.6.
Reply




Users browsing this thread: 1 Guest(s)