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Wild Arms alter Code F 0.9.8/1.0.0 directly from DVD
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Setup win7 ultimate.

i7 3770k; 8 GB DDR3 1600; msi 7970 lightning.

using cdvd 0.1.0 to directly boot from the dual layer disc. After the ps2 logo EE jumps to 100% and pcsx2 (both the above versions) crashes/ doesn't respond anymore.

Tired native Resolution and 1080p, tried speedhacks etc. Tried various gsdx plugins.
I can run any normal Game from the DVD like Way of the Samurai 1&2, Shinobido and FF12. But even with that cdvd plugin which should support dual layer dvds I can't get wild Arms to work.

Any help with this one? Or do I need to create an iso? How would I do that?

Game Disc runs fine on my PS2 but grafiks are meh.
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#2
I may be wrong(and maybe that bug was fixed)but the last time I tried that game,it was working only in software mode(or at least you gain control over the character(forgot his name))

Also,try using Gigahertz for CDVD plugin
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#3
I'll try software mode in a bit. Software mode isn't working. After the Playstation 2 the emu hangs up. I can't even get in the game.

Gigahertz isn't supporting the dvd 9. I always jump in the config menu and he can't read the disc. Only 2 memcards visible.
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#4
I've never used anything other than Gigahertz to load Gran Turismo 4 from the disk(which is DVD9)
If it wasn't reading DVD9 games,the game wouldn't even start(the intro is readed from the second layer)
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#5
well he just acts if there was no disc in my drive when starting wild arms @ gigahertz. I can however see the disc flies in my dvd folder....

Should I try making an iso? tips?
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#6
And you did configure it to read from the drive where the game is right?
For making an image,the best program is ImgBurn
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#7
yeah. like I said I only have problems with this game. I played 5 other games from the original disc with no probs.
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#8
Double layer disks give us some issues.
The recommended way to do this for now is creating an image using imgburn and running it
with the internal iso loader.
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#9
ok thx guys the img I burned with imgburn works now Smile
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