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SPU2 IS MISSING, BUT...
#1
Hi, everybody.

I downloaded the full version today, but there is a problem, on the initial configuration window all the plugins are showed up, except SPU2 plugin. I explore the plugin folder and there is a SPU2 plugin, but there is not way to select it, because there is not appear any plugin when I click upon SPU. So, I can forward with the configuration :/

I request your help, please! Smile


P.S. Sorry for my bad english.


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#2
You need the WinXP version of SPU2-X
http://pcsx2.net/download/category/41-win-plugins.html
and to install VC++ Redist 2013
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(05-04-2016, 05:18 AM)vsub Wrote: You need the WinXP version of SPU2-X
http://pcsx2.net/download/category/41-win-plugins.html
and to install VC++ Redist 2013


Thanks a lot, vsub.

If I would run it on Win7 64 bits, I would not need to install VC++? Or I would to install a 64 bits version? Or it is sufficient with the VC++ 2015 included on the full instalation package?
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#4
nope.
you would need to install vc++ 2013 & 2015 both x86 version
CPU : I7 2600K Oc'ed @ 4.2Ghz
Mobo : Intel P67 southbridge
GPU : NVIDIA Geforce GTX 750 Ti
RAM : 6 Go
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(05-04-2016, 11:10 PM)jesalvein Wrote: nope.
you would need to install vc++ 2013 & 2015 both x86 version

I see. Thanks Jesalvein. I would like to ask one question more, with this PC details how many FPS can I get playing Final Fantasy XII:

Win7 64 bits
Pentium Dual Core E5700 3Ghz
Nvidia GeForece 210 / 1 GB
2 GB Ram
DirectX 11


What I would must upgrade to playing PS2 games to a decent FPS rate, like 30-40 FPS?

Thanks a lot! Smile
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#6
You don't need VC++ 2013 if you use it on Win7 because Win7 don't need the special plugin that is maded to work on WinXP(and that plugin alone require VC 2013)
On Win7 and above you only need VC++ 2015
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(05-05-2016, 05:18 AM)vsub Wrote: You don't need VC++ 2013 if you use it on Win7 because Win7 don't need the special plugin that is maded to work on WinXP(and that plugin alone require VC 2013)
On Win7 and above you only need VC++ 2015

Thnaks for the info!
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(05-05-2016, 12:31 AM)mc031992 Wrote: I see. Thanks Jesalvein. I would like to ask one question more, with this PC details how many FPS can I get playing Final Fantasy XII:

Win7 64 bits
Pentium Dual Core E5700 3Ghz
Nvidia GeForece 210 / 1 GB
2 GB Ram
DirectX 11


What I would must upgrade to playing PS2 games to a decent FPS rate, like 30-40 FPS?

Thanks a lot! Smile

To be honest you would need to upgrade your whole system. A dual core won't cut it if you are required to run any games in software rendering, the GPU doesn't have enough beef to handle intensive games or much of upscaling, and 2GB ram are barely sufficient to run windows 7 with, let alone games and emulation.
Your computer is on the low end of the power spectrum, think of "1080p solitaire" level. You're looking at a lighter wallet to do any decent gaming.
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(05-07-2016, 04:42 PM)Coornio Wrote: To be honest you would need to upgrade your whole system. A dual core won't cut it if you are required to run any games in software rendering, the GPU doesn't have enough beef to handle intensive games or much of upscaling, and 2GB ram are barely sufficient to run windows 7 with, let alone games and emulation.
Your computer is on the low end of the power spectrum, think of "1080p solitaire" level. You're looking at a lighter wallet to do any decent gaming.

I'm afraid that, but what is the minimun hardware requirements that you recommend me to play a decent PS2 game? I don't need to get 60 FPS or a 1080p resolution, just playing games without glitches and frames rates equal to 30 FPS at least.
Thanks for you opinion, Coornio.
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#10
depends on the game you're trying to play
CPU : I7 2600K Oc'ed @ 4.2Ghz
Mobo : Intel P67 southbridge
GPU : NVIDIA Geforce GTX 750 Ti
RAM : 6 Go
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