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Plugin load failure
#1
Hi, I have a problem : I can't run any game on pcsx2, when I do : "run" -> "execute" I only see memory card but I don't find the game ... And I think this is because of this error : "Plugin load failure: C:\Program Files\Pcsx2\plugins\CDVDbinA64.dll
SysLibError Message: <NULL> " . This is the only error message I found ... So please, could someone help me ??? I really don't know what to do ! Unsure (Sorry for language errors, I'm french :s ) .

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#2
First: When you run a game Use File ---> Run CD/DVD
Second: Use linuz iso CDVD plugin (found here---> http://forums.pcsx2.net/thread-3716.html where it says "plugins as of 15 march" and you may as well download the beta itself right above "Pcsx2 beta 1329" if you don't have it already)
Third: Your English is fine ...-_-' xD
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#3
Are you using a disc or a disc image file? At any rate, lauching a game via "File" --> "Run CD/DVD" usually works better.

Could you give us your detailed specs please? (CPU, graphics card, operating system, which version of PCSX2 you're using, etc.)



EDIT: @pedrosilvaa: Beat me to it. Wink
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#4
Hey, thank you for this answer Laugh, but now I have another error :/ : "Boot Error > SYSTEM.CNF not found" . Help ? please Smile
CPU: Intel core 2 duo E7300 2,66GHz
graphic card: ATI Radeon 4870x2
Operating system: Vista
I'm using PCSX2 0.9.6
#5
I think you didnt make a ISO of your disc, you need to do this to use Linuz ISO plugin right. Use an app like ImgBurn to create a image of your disc, that is the one you use with Linuz ISO.
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#6
I can't, my file is ".img", I looked for a software to convert it to ".iso" but I don't think it's possible for this game's file because I've tried a lot of software and they could not do it =( . Does someone have any other solution please ? Smile
#7
btw what pcsx2 version and plugins are you using,because the CDVDbinA64.dll plugin is REALLY old plugin.And one other question(because of your last post)...are you trying to run the .img file inside the disk?
#8
(07-09-2009, 03:36 AM)DigitalGoliat Wrote: I can't, my file is ".img", I looked for a software to convert it to ".iso" but I don't think it's possible for this game's file because I've tried a lot of software and they could not do it =( . Does someone have any other solution please ? Smile

I don't know whether or not IMG files are supported by the Linuz iso CDVD plugin, but if not, the easiest solution would be to make an ISO file with say, Alcohol or Nero.

Besides, you should download the latest beta for better performance and compatibility: http://forums.pcsx2.net/thread-8317.html
Just download the attached 7z file. Programs such as 7-zip or Peazip support said file format.
Athlon 64 X2 5600+ 2.81GHz [Windsor] w/ Noctua NH-C12P
Asus Xonar D2 w/ Logitech Z-5500
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Corsair XMS2 1GB DDR2 PC6400 x2
Western Digital 500GB 16MB cache x2
Thermaltake W0106RU 700W
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#9
Hey,
vsub :
I'm using "pcsx2 0.9.6"
My configuration is :
Graphics : GSdx883 (MSVC 15.00, SSE41) 0.1.13
Sound : P.E.Op.S.SPU2 1.9.0
First and Second Controller : LilyPad 0.9.9
Cdvdrom : Linuz Iso CDVD 0.9.0
Dev9 : DEV9null Driver 0.3.0
Usb : USBnull Driver 0.5.0
FireWire : FWnull Driver 0.4.0
Bios : Europe v01.60(04/10/2001) Console

Waro : I converted this .img to .iso Smile, I've tried to execute this one with the latest beta, but now when I do "Run cd/dvd", there is another error : when pcsx2 loads the game, a few minutes later a message says that the program has stopped functioning, without any explanation ...
#10
Run the PCSX2 with Admin privileges, that should do it. I had the same problem in Win Vista.




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