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Instant crashing when File > Run CD/DVD
#1
I had been playing final fantasy 10 fine (only game i've tried). I stopped playing for a week and i want to play now that i'm at home not at university. So i just booted it up thinking it would work fine but when i click file > run cd/dvd it just goes 'not responding' and therefore crashes Wacko

I've tried not using ff10 and a different bios but it still doesn't work WackoWacko

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(03-30-2009, 05:29 PM)brisk Wrote: and a different bios
dang it we don't support piracy here (unless you have more than one ps2's Tongue) Angry
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(03-30-2009, 05:34 PM)LuisR14 Wrote:
(03-30-2009, 05:29 PM)brisk Wrote: and a different bios
dang it we don't support piracy here (unless you have more than one ps2's Tongue) Angry

Yup, my bro has a ps2 and i've got a ps2 Smile
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#4
k then Tongue, what plugins are you using? Tongue
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(03-30-2009, 05:37 PM)LuisR14 Wrote: k then Tongue, what plugins are you using? Tongue

Atm im trying the daemon tools method but i swear when i used to do it and hit cofigure, it actually said final fantasy x next to the drive letter, but if it doesn't then it still doesn't work. It has worked fine using daemon tools and the Linuziso one

EDIT ** I actually just clicked test on linuz and it said it might not be working correctly Wacko

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#6
you should just run the iso with Linuz Iso without having the iso mounted (they don't work together), also use the SSSE3 version of gsdx (since your cpu supports it). Smile
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(03-30-2009, 05:46 PM)LuisR14 Wrote: you should just run the iso with Linuz Iso without having the iso mounted (they don't work together), also use the SSSE3 version of gsdx (since your cpu supports it). Smile


okay i'll give that a whirl

what does SSS3 version mean exactly in terms of performance etc?

Are there any other settings i should make sure i'm using to get the best fps i can get etc? I'm only playing FF10 on it.
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#8
it just might have some code improved for SSSE3 Smile
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(03-30-2009, 06:15 PM)LuisR14 Wrote: it just might have some code improved for SSSE3 Smile

okay, i tried what you said and it is still crashing.
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#10
make sure you don't have an old pcsx2 instance still running in task manager Smile
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