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Re: DMA error
#1
Quote:I have borrowed a game CD "Soul Calibur 2" from my friend.
He played in PS2 and it works perfect.
Since I don't have PS2, I put the CD in my computer and use PCSX2 to run.

It shows an error below:
*PCSX2*: DMA error: 02000000


Quote:Since you don't have a PS2, you can't legally use pcsx2, and thus, can't get support here.

Did you see that "I have borrowed a game CD "Soul Calibur 2" from my friend."
The CD that he played was in PS2.
I just borrow that CD to put in my computer and load with PCSX2
If this is not leagal, then what is leagal? (give an example)

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#2
Legal = You have a real PS2 and own a copy of the game, obviously.
Illegal = No PS2. Do not own a copy of the game.

Of course, it is debatable whether borrowing a friend's copy of a game is illegal or not, but then again, PCSX2 staff didn't make the copyright laws. They're just trying to not get shutdown due to legal issues.
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#3
(09-29-2009, 05:48 AM)1224 Wrote: Did you see that "I have borrowed a game CD "Soul Calibur 2" from my friend."
The CD that he played was in PS2.
I just borrow that CD to put in my computer and load with PCSX2
If this is not leagal, then what is leagal? (give an example)

Alright where did you get your BIOS from? obviously not from your PS2 since you dont have one, (you need one to use PCSX2 legally so that right there is illegal).

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