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keep getting SYSTEM.CNF not found
#1
hey, im a noob to ps2 emulator so i could do with some help please.

iv got it all set up. i can get to the page where it takes you when you have no disc/rom loaded. But when i try to load a game, the black page(dont know correct name) just spams 'SYSTEM.CNF not found' and takes me to the memory card page. I've been trying to get this working now for 3 hours with no luck, and iv searched this forum for any other threads like this but the search didnt find any.

please help, any is appreciated. Thanks, Stoker.Rolleyes

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#2
Read the configuration guide and configure your CDVD plugin properly ( http://forums.pcsx2.net/thread-2298.html )
It's pretty straight-forward
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#3
thanks a lot Bositman, ill try that and post on results Smile
#4
i configured the CDVD plugin then pressed test and it said it should work correctly. but i still get SYSTEM.SNF not found in the output. im using Linuzappz Iso CDVD v0.6.0

Is there a specific folder the ISO should be put into?

the game im trying to play is Super Dragonball Z. its an ISO image file.
if that helps.

Thanks again.
#5
please can someone help? i wanna play asap Sad
#6
(02-01-2009, 05:38 PM)stoker Wrote: i configured the CDVD plugin then pressed test and it said it should work correctly. but i still get SYSTEM.SNF not found in the output. im using Linuzappz Iso CDVD v0.6.0

Is there a specific folder the ISO should be put into?

the game im trying to play is Super Dragonball Z. its an ISO image file.
if that helps.

Thanks again.


Nope, you just have to open your Iso when Linuzappz asks for it.

Maybe you will have to redump it from original disk, though Sad
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#7
*Sigh* It's so easy.Using an ISO image? Use Linuzappz iso plugin (no the .iso file in the dvd rom is NOT that.)
Using a DVD disc? Use Peops CDVD after configuring it properly.
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