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Tekken 5 not booting properly
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Anyone having stability problems with this game? All of a sudden it stop working - it launches, goes through the whole spaceship load sequence but when I press START, it crashes. I did just update to the latest Nvidia drivers... I hope that's not the reason. But I even tried an old version of PCSX2 and it doesn't work there either. Any ideas on what could be causing this?
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#2
use run->execute instead of file->run cd/dvd
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#3
(03-25-2009, 11:54 AM)refraction Wrote: use run->execute instead of file->run cd/dvd

Cool, thanks, this does work. But why is it like this and is this new?
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#4
I always use File>run cd/dvd but I never had this problem.
Just make sure that your advanced options are kept at default.
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#5
For this game, only work with run execute instead run cd/cdvd, i dont know if this problem already get solved with latest svn.
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#6
For me, even the direct "RUN CD" option works for Tekken5.
it used to crash on the same build. but making an ISO of the dvd helped fixed it.
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#7
Its strange, some versions of the game are fine the file->run cd/dvd way, but others arents, not sure on the cause.
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#8
It's GSdx. Some custom resolutions crash it but you can get around it by running it via Run->Execute. So if your Tekken 5 crashes at boot,check native and it will work fine with either run cd/dvd or run execute
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(03-26-2009, 05:03 PM)Bositman Wrote: It's GSdx. Some custom resolutions crash it but you can get around it by running it via Run->Execute. So if your Tekken 5 crashes at boot,check native and it will work fine with either run cd/dvd or run execute

Actually, check Native does not work (for me at least). I always use Native res. for this game as doing otherwise causes black stripes to be displayed as well as displaying a fat, black horizontal stripe along the bottom.

Maybe it's a matter of getting an ISO made properly. I've had some issues with Linuz's plugin being a little finicky...it's an NRG now, maybe I'll try an ISO and see if that behaves any differently.
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Actually, check Native does not work (for me at least). I always use Native res. for this game as doing otherwise causes black stripes to be displayed as well as displaying a fat, black horizontal stripe along the bottom.

important! in tekken5/graphics plugin config/ use d3d internal res for example 720x1280 ,or 900x1440 ,or 1020x1280 ,or 1050x1680 -no vertical lines! remember not 1680x1050 ,only 1050x1680 & only internal res! not screen resolution.
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