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Reset and execute is not working
#1
I'm not 100% sure but I think this was working before.Now when I press Esc=>Reset=>Execute the PS2 bios shows and send me to the Browser where the MC's and the disk is and when I press X on the disk,the screen goes black for 2-3 seconds and I'm again at the Browser.

I think this was working before because I use this method to make skip video patch and try it without saving it(Reset=>Run CD\DVD remove any cheat that I didn't save but not Run=>Execute)
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#2
It's working here ><
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#3
It happens to me. I'm not sure but if I remember well it occurs when playing games that are not of my region.

I mean I use my own bios file from my french pal ps2 and with US NTSC games it works when I use File->Run but nto with reset followed by execute.
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(05-31-2009, 02:10 PM)Calint Wrote: It happens to me. I'm not sure but if I remember well it occurs when playing games that are not of my region.

I mean I use my own bios file from my french pal ps2 and with US NTSC games it works when I use File->Run but nto with reset followed by execute.

Hmm,yes that's the problem.
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#5
indeed, you can only bios boot providing your bios is the same region as the game, that was how the ps2 did region protection Tongue2
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#6
which explains why using a cheat divice that didn't open/run the bios would allow imports to work..
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#7
Could he use the swapmagic stuff I keep hearing about? Though I've heard that tool has questionable legality.
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#8
swapmagic is only for the actual PS2, it won't work on emulation. the questionable legality is well-founded, it runs ANY ps2-format dvd (including pirated stuff) so I can see some concern with it. PCSX2 does not hae any real limits on the cDVDs though, so there's no use for it here
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