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problem with cdvd plugin
#1
ok so i my problem is that im trying to load Marvel Vs Capcom 2 which i have a legal copy of, and i open up pcsx2 and try starting the game up using the run iso img option. when i do that it brings up a little box saying

"error opening cdvd plugin"

i also tried running through the "run cd/dvd" option, and it actually starts it up. but stays as a black screen.
im using the linuz iso cdvd 0.9.0. and the version of pcsx2 im using is the latest beta one. any ideas? thanks in advance
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#2
What program did you use to rip the image from the dvd?
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#3
the imgburn app. read in the forums its what i need to get the games onto my comp.
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#4
Make sure the iso itself is not loaded thru a virtual drive like daemon tools IF you are using the linuz iso pluggies.

OR

Try testing the dvd disc itself by loading the game from the dvd (Use cdvdolio plugin from http://pcsx2.dyndns.org/CDVDolio-r1617-vc10.7z). Dont forget to configure the cdvd plugin by pointing to the correct drive letter.
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#5
well i do use daemon tools to load it. i tried the load iso option but it says cannot open cdvd plugin
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#6
Unload the iso from daemon if you are going to use the linuz iso plugin
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#7
you don't need that daemon tools for the CDVDolio that thing is the same as Linuz.

don't 4get CDVDolio needs VC+ 2010 beta
http://pcsx2.dyndns.org/vc10/vcredist_x86.exe
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#8
ok so i did that and it loads up. but it stays as a black screen. and nothing happens.
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#9
that's weird.....Huh

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xe_sBolsZnc


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#10
i checked that picture u posted and i have everything the same besides the audo plugin. i just have the 1.2. the one posted on the websites downloads section. gah... still cant get it to work.
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