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Problem - Segmentation Fault
#1
Hello!

Well, my issue is the following: I'm trying to play Tekken 4, and everything works fine. I go to the selection menu, I choose my character, and then PCSX2 crashes. It only crashes when the fight should start, right up until that point, everything works fine.

The error I get is the following:

Code:
* PCSX2 *: ExecuteBios Complete
loadElfFile: cdrom0:\SLUS_203.28;1
Loading from a CD rom or CD image
loadElfFile: 1956544
addr 15508 "rom0:OSDSYS" -> "cdrom0:\SLUS_203.28;1"
addr 15c70 "rom0:OSDSYS" -> "cdrom0:\SLUS_203.28;1"
addr 216d8 "rom0:OSDSYS" -> "cdrom0:\SLUS_203.28;1"
addr 90a80 "rom0:OSDSYS" -> "cdrom0:\SLUS_203.28;1"
loadElfFile: cdrom0:\SLUS_203.28;1; CRC = 833FE0A4
XML Loader returned an error. Trying to load a pnach...
No patch found.Resuming execution without a patch (this is NOT an error).
Opening Plugins...
Plugins opened successfully.
ZZogl: Disabling MRT depth writing
ZeroSPU2: recording
ZeroSPU2: recording
ZeroSPU2: recording
ZeroSPU2: recording
ZeroSPU2: recording
ZeroSPU2: recording
ZeroSPU2: recording
Offset 0x51a0000 invalid. Legit SIGSEGV. Aborting.
pcsx2.sh: line 2:  5041 Segmentation fault: 11  ./pcsx2

Now, I've searched the forum and found the FAQ section of some post that said that Segmentation errors are usually caused by bad rips of games. So I ripped two more games from my dusty PS2 collection: Jak & Daxter and Enter the Matrix, and both of them give me the same "segmentation fault: 11" error.

Does anyone know how to fix this?

Thanks!

My specs - MacBook Pro 13' Retina Display
OS X: 10.9.5
CPU: 2.6 GHz Intel Core i5
Memory: 8 GB 1600 MHz DDR3
Graphics: Intel Iris 1024 MB
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#2
As suggested in the general MAC FAQ's and you already posted this is often related to image corruption/bad iso.

How do you create your iso's? If you are observing this problem for different games it is probably due to the method you apply.
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#3
I'm using ImgBurn on my PC computer, then copy the ISO file on a USB Drive and on to my Mac.
Is there another, better method?

PS: Can I try and download an ISO from the net to see if those work and it really is a problem of mine, or would that be against the forum's rules?
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#4
Definitely against the rules
CPU : I7 2600K Oc'ed @ 4.2Ghz
Mobo : Intel P67 southbridge
GPU : NVIDIA Geforce GTX 750 Ti
RAM : 6 Go
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