Try installing the emulator somewhere else like c:\pcsx2
There is a registry entry for it, but it usually puts stuff in your documents folder.
No need to make a new post, you said you'd edit.
04-20-2011, 02:43 PM
(This post was last modified: 04-20-2011, 02:49 PM by nosisab Ken Keleh.)
This thread is confusing like the "Iso" "Plugin" usage is too. If I understood right the problem seems to be you have "Iso" selected but instead selecting the actual ISO only from "Iso selector" you have it mounted somewhere else. If it is the case, just by selecting "Plugin" may solve the issue.
PS: The rules for the actual public release are about those 3 buttons Iso, Plugin and No disc
Iso - It mean an internal ISO reader is used, the image must be selected from "Iso Selector" and MUST NOT be mounted elsewhere.
Plugin - A CDVD plugin is to be actually used, the image is selected from it (Linuz) or mounted in a virtual device and it's driver letter selected on Gigaherz... (that is the combination which generates the crashes when the above "Iso" button is selected)
No disc - Useful to access the PS2 BIOS, like for formatting memcards.
Imagination is where we are truly real
Well its not W7 64bit, as I'm using the same operating system and it works fine.
Screen-shot and post your speedhack settings if you'd please.
screenshots of all the config screens pls.