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iso selector
#1
hi, i have deleted some isos from my computer and i was wondering how to remove them from the iso selector on pcsx2 0.9.7, when i select the deleted iso and try to play it, the emulator tells me to select the new location.
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#2
You can remove them from the pcsx2.ini if you want.
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#3
or delete the the ini shadow lady mentioned, and reconfigure the emulator, if editing it its hard for you.
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#4
It's nothing hard,just open the pcsx2.ini and delete all of the ISO's(they are at the end of the file...everything below [RecentIso] and the path on "CurrentIso=")
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#5
(06-22-2010, 08:24 PM)vsub Wrote: It's nothing hard,just open the pcsx2.ini and delete all of the ISO's(they are at the end of the file...everything below [RecentIso] and the path on "CurrentIso=")

Just FYI: for 0.9.8 I found them in the PCSX2_ui.ini file.

Thanks for helping thus far! :-)

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#6
You are probably looking at the wrong PCSX2_ui.ini file. Also check in your my documents folder for a PCSX2 folder
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(04-13-2012, 09:56 AM)Bositman Wrote: You are probably looking at the wrong PCSX2_ui.ini file. Also check in your my documents folder for a PCSX2 folder

Thank you for the suggestion. At least on my system, "My Documents" and "Documents" point to the same physical directory. From what I can tell one is the real and the other a symbolic link. (At least that is what it looks like to me.)

PrisonGuy
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#8
Again,why don't check the date before posting...it was there in that file before it was renamed to PCSX2_ui.ini
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