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weird graphics issue
#1
hi guys Smile ...
first sorry for my english Tongue ...

I'm having this graphic issue and I'm pretty sure it isn't pcsx2 fault ...
it's from Zombie Hunter 2 ...

the 3d module seems incomplete ,and the other zombies doesn't even appear ...
i did all i can to fix it but it didn't ...
1-i disabled all speed hacks .
2-activated the native resolution in gsdx .
3-activated both hardware and software renderers and there is absolutely no difference .
4-i began to doubt this version of pcsx2 (0.9.7) so i tried 0.9.6 and still nothing .
5-i used all possible plugins (old and new) but there is no one damn difference .

my specs :
intel Pentium Dual-Core E5200 @3.6GHz
NVIDIA Geforce 210 (yeah don't ask)
1GB Ram


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#2
Well from your screenshots I can't tell that there is anything wrong with it. Could you go into further detail with your issue?
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#3
maybe try using a new SVN compile? there's been LOADS of improvements, maybe it's fixed (no promises though, I don't own the game)
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#4
(10-04-2010, 05:35 PM)Bearerofdeath Wrote: Well from your screenshots I can't tell that there is anything wrong with it. Could you go into further detail with your issue?

He said it, the zombies don't appear. There should be at least a dozen zombies there (not to mention there's only a helmet and not the character Tongue2).


@astro_2010:
The game runs fine here with default settings in 0.9.7

Please post your full PCSX2 settings and plugin settings (screenshots prefered) and the content of your emulog.txt file after running the game so we can help better.
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#5
thank you very much for the reply but it had been fixed on it's own Blush ...
it worked flawlessly after i rebooted the system Smile ...
it's a vga card issue as it seems ...
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#6
Weird issue but enjoy Tongue2
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