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PCSX2 Not playable

i found this amazing tool which a allows me to play my old ps2 games on the pc . i copied the bios to my pc i hope i did it right cuz its only 8 mb and i followed the guide set all up and if i execute " final fantasy X" nothing happens, just an error accured.

i dont know what i should do.
i have windows 7 run it as an admin in windows xp mode etc.

i ve windows 7 64bit maybe thats the problem ?

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Read the guide and configure the emulator properly
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Did u use :
Linuz Iso as cdvd plugin
Gsdx as graphics plugin
SPU2-X as sound plugin
Lilypad as controller plugin
For gsdx, u may want to look at these:
Use SSE2 if your cpu are amd, pentium D, and pentium 4
Use SSSE3 if your cpu are dual core,core2 duo,and above
Use either SSE4 or SSSE3 if your cpu are core2duo and above. (Note: SSE4 is only supported by Core2Duo and above, while Dual-Core only supports up to SSSE3
Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit
Windows 7 Professional 64-bit
Windows 8 Pro 64-bit

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(03-19-2010, 04:54 PM)kantaki Wrote: i have windows 7 run it as an admin in windows xp mode etc.
1.)why you need to run in WinXP mode??? if you do that you can't use DX10 it directly to your win7 desktop...


2.)did you install yet the DirectX SDK Feb-2010 and Visual C 2008?????


3.)corrupted ini file???delete all ini files in the ini folder then re-run pcsx2 and asked to re-configure again
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Tallbender, I'm having problems with win7 64 as well. Do I need this version of DirectX or are you just saying to keep it up to date?
Everyone needs that, even if they are on XP,Vista or Windows 7.
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