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MTGS Pcsx2 Playground 1.0.0395 VM
#1
Hi

Whenever I check the MTGS box most of the time when I click Run CD the program crashes with a Win32 Unhandled Exception, if I restart pcsx2 and keep clicking on RunCD for about 5- 6 times it eventually starts the game but if I press escape to pause the program and then click back on Execute to resume the program gives that annoying error again. If I uncheck the mtgs box I get no problem at all. The thing is in prior version of PCSX 2 0.9.5 SVN 377 I didn't get any problems running in MTGS mode.

My build:
Asus Rampage Formula mobo
Intel C2D E8400@3ghz
2gb DDR2 ram
Asus 8600GT@256mb vram
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#2
Hmm I just compiled the latest svn (i believe is 485) of pcsx2 playground, now it doesn't crash when I click run cd anymore with mtgs on but it still does when I pause then click on execute. Also I got an assertion error while trying to play persona 4 an error that I didn't get in either Pcsx2 playground svn 395 or pcsx2 svn 377 both on VM.

The error is:

Assertion failed!

Program: ...
File: ..\..\GS.cpp
Line: 1238

Expression: path.tag.flg != GIF_FLG_IMAGE
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#3
If you get assertion errors, that means you compiled the debug build - you have to change the build configuration to the release build.
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#4
Yeah thanks I was building the debug vm version, looked in the configuration manager and switched to release vm nondev. Anyone know why persona 4 doesn't save properly, I mean when I try to save it gives an error that there is no memory card in slot one, then I try again and it saves but it still gives the error then when I try to load it gives corrupted data error?
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#5
Moved to general forumas it's not a real bug report XD

As said, latest revisions work better with mtgs
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#6
Still get win32 unhandled exceptions using mtgs though, don't know what you did with mtgs programming but now it crashes alot but when I do manage to make it play it gives a 20fps boost.
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