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Final Fantasy XII doesn't work
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(10-13-2013, 03:11 PM)Zangetsu21 Wrote: Lol, I missed that, I thought imgburn would specify a default location.


As refraction said, you need to specify where the image must be saved. I missed that in the screenshot, derp.

Maybe let it save it desktop or make a folder for it.

Maybe set the read speed to 8x or so.
thank you. been going smooth. hope i can get this to play today.
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#12
ok so this pretty was the one that stopped me. idk what to do now. i already checked the destination folder etc. but still gives out this error


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#13
Sounds like a damaged disc...
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#14
so i need to buy a new one? damn
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#15
Damn that sucks man, sorry to hear. Maybe try to make an image using a different dvd drive? It has happened to me before, got errors on one drive and then I used another one to make the image.

Also, maybe try another image making program like Alcohol 120% or Daemon Tools.
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#16
First try cleaning the disc with a soft cloth and some weak isopropyl alcohol solution.
Second try the slowest read speed possible.
Third try a different program.
Fourth try a different drive.

Lastly, try setting ignore errors in imgburn(Tools, settings, read tab, tick "Ignore Read Errors")

This MIGHT give you a workable iso. If the error is just a small one in a FMV or texture file it should still produce a playable file, however if it's in an executable or game logic, then... >_<
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#17
Thank you everyone. manage to do it. well i tried tweaking the EE speed hack a bit and it's been good but whenever i battle the game slows down to 30 fps. i can't get it to run full speed


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30 fps is quite a good result with that gpu...
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#19
well i'm not saying it's bad. some cutscenes and everytime i battle slows the game down which feels very slow and not like the real one. it kinda drops to 20 fps
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(10-14-2013, 01:22 PM)Midgarmsomr Wrote: well i'm not saying it's bad. some cutscenes and everytime i battle slows the game down which feels very slow and not like the real one. it kinda drops to 20 fps

I suspect your GPU might be too weak. I looked it up on Passmark and it scores an 85.

I used to have a Radeon x850xt which scores a 78 and it was far too slow to play anything but games that were mostly 2d like Ar tonelico.

Compare those scores to a modern card like my Radeon 7870 - it scores 4250.

I had a Geforce GT 610 before the 7870 and it scored 443. It was JUST fast enough to play most things on native resolution.
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