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PCSX2 1.2.1 Crashes after about 10 minutes.
#1
Here are my settings.

I'm trying to play SpongeBob: Battle for Bikini Bottom, but can't play for more than 10 minutes without PCSX2 crashing. I've tried disabling speed hacks, but that didn't fix it either.
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can you post the emulog?
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#3
Here.
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#4
Can you post a screenshot of the "More information" from the dialog box that Windows puts up when it crashes? Or do you get that box? (sometimes you do, sometimes you don't)

Specifically I mean the "PCSX2.exe has stopped working" type box.
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#5
If your SPU2-X is set to XAudio2, change it to DirectSound or PortAudio

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in fact

Quote: * SPU2-X: PortAudio error: Invalid device
you have an invalid device selected. Either choose a valid one or just try DirectSound.
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(09-08-2014, 10:50 PM)Blyss Sarania Wrote: Can you post a screenshot of the "More information" from the dialog box that Windows puts up when it crashes? Or do you get that box? (sometimes you do, sometimes you don't)

Specifically I mean the "PCSX2.exe has stopped working" type box.

I will if it does it again.

(09-08-2014, 11:33 PM)refraction Wrote: If your SPU2-X is set to XAudio2, change it to DirectSound or PortAudio

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in fact

you have an invalid device selected. Either choose a valid one or just try DirectSound.

When I first started up PCSX2 (any build nigthly, or stable) the sound doesn't work, and I have to change the audio device. If I have an "invalid device" than why can I still hear game audio fine? :/
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#7
well try changing it to directsound instead of portaudio and see if the crashing persists.
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#8
If that doesn't help, you can also check the ram usage in the taskmanager shortly before it crashes... Does it happen if you set the internal resolution of gsdx to 1x?
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(09-09-2014, 10:26 PM)refraction Wrote: well try changing it to directsound instead of portaudio and see if the crashing persists.
This seemed to work. It didn't crash past 10 minutes yet with that change.
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#10
I know port audio was changed to default because it's portable and some people had trouble with Xaudio2. But it seems to me there is MORE trouble with PA.
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