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psxUNK Problem
#1
Hello ! I swapped files .WAV in X-treme Express game. When i turned on the game and play the level i got this message in the pluggin:
psxUNK: 00000001
psxUNK: 0000ffff
psxUNK: 0000ffff
psxUNK: 00000001
psxUNK: 0000ffff
psxUNK: ffff0000
psxUNK: 0000ffff
psxUNK: ffff0000
psxUNK: ffff0000
psxUNK: 0000ffff
psxUNK: 0000ffff
psxUNK: 00000001
psxUNK: ffff0000
psxUNK: 0000ffff
psxUNK: 0000ffff
psxUNK: ffff0000
psxUNK: ffff0000
psxUNK: 0000ffff
psxUNK: 0000ffff
psxUNK: ffff0000
psxUNK: ffff0000
psxUNK: 0000ffff
psxUNK: ffff0000
psxUNK: 0000ffff
psxUNK: ffffffff
psxUNK: 0000ffff
psxUNK: ffff0000
psxUNK: 0000ffff
psxUNK: ffff0000
psxUNK: 0000ffff
psxUNK: ffff0000
psxUNK: 0000ffff
psxUNK: 0000ffff
psxUNK: ffff0000
psxUNK: ffff0000
psxUNK: 0000ffff
psxUNK: 0000ffff
psxUNK: ffff0000
psxUNK: ffff0000
psxUNK: 0000ffff
psxUNK: 0000ffff
psxUNK: ffff0000
psxUNK: ffff0000
psxUNK: 0000ffff
psxUNK: ffff0000
psxUNK: ffff0000
psxUNK: 0000ffff


Then the sound of the game has crash and i not able to control  Sad




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#2
So you broke your game now you're getting an error?

I'll give you a clue to why you're getting this error, you broke your game Tongue Redump your game and use that.
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#3
So, i broke the game by swapping sound file?
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#4
Yeah...

If you don't know what you're doing, then you can break things.
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#5
Why is this happening? Could you explain me?
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#6
PS2 expects data to be in exactly the right place on it's discs. If you accidentally caused something to move, or overwrote a file with a bigger file, or any of a number of things you will break stuff.
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