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Red screen
#1
I have kingdom hearts 1 on cd/dvd (bought from shop) i live in Australia
. i copied the .iso file but when i try to run it it come up with the red screen saying that i must insert a playstation 2 disc.

I also tried it with another .iso the same thing happened

It also says (on the log screen) GIFTAG warning, size exceeded VU memory size 400, how do i solve this
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#2
did you try KH DVD on your PS2 ?
it may be scratched...
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#3
So, he removed word "downloaded", made new thread and you answer to him like nothing has happened... ( http://forums.pcsx2.net/Thread-HALP--31610 )
Can forum rules be bended that easely?
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#4
(07-30-2012, 12:17 PM)warliukz Wrote: Can forum rules be bended that easely?

No.
but he bought the game, AND downloaded an ISO.
as long as He deleted that iso and just kept his original game, everything's ok.

Kindly mind your own business or use the report button, please.
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#5
(07-30-2012, 12:17 PM)warliukz Wrote: Can forum rules be bended that easely?

Coz we're not the police...
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#6
we dont support illegal activities, but we cant go on a manhunt with each person

thats their own problem / the authorities job
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#7
Please use the Latest PCSX2 SVN from the site. And load the ISO using PCSX2 --> CDVD --> ISO and then ISO Selector and browse.

Use Boot Fast.

You can ignore that GIFTAG warning, size exceeded VU memory size 400. Its common when you enter into the BIOS.
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#8
This game isn't particularly needing a matching bios region, so i would expect the dvd image is bad.
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#9
Quote:i copied the .iso file

By that I'll guess you copied a .iso file from INSIDE the disc? If so, make a proper ISO image of the disc by using imgburn (click Create image file from disc).
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