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New to pcsx2, have some question
#11
I think I have most of it configured, I need to set up a controller now.
Im actually gonna use a PS3 controller, and by checking PCSX2 General Troubleshooting FAQ I'll be using the XInput mentioned.

Also with it be better off if I extract from the CD to ISO(if it's possible) or just playing from CD is good enough.
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#12
Extract to ISO. Instructions are in that same FAQ.

(And yay, someone actually read it lol)
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#13
haha when i made the post, I was in the controller part, it was my bad for posting while reading and not finishing first, sorry about the useless questions, I will report when I make progress, and if there's any problems.
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#14
(05-11-2015, 03:06 AM)serphry Wrote: haha when i made the post, I was in the controller part, it was my bad for posting while reading and not finishing first, sorry about the useless questions, I will report when I make progress, and if there's any problems.

Don't worry. There are no stupid questions.
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#15
Is this error something I should be worried about?
http://i.imgur.com/bgm8nOL.png
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#16
Nope.
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#17
You can delete the plugin in the plugins folder to remove the error message.
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#18
I have been playing for a while, I seem to have a issue where the game randomly drops fps for a second, like from 60 to 30 then back to 60 in second, I tested with power settings on ''High Performance'', cpu keeps itself at max speed, will it damage the cpu if I play in that setting for too long? It seems to make the game better I think, with little drops.

EDIT: Heat won't be a problem, cpu's run 30ºC Idle and 40ºC In-games.
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#19
Nah, the cpu will lower it's clock speed in order to protect itself. It's rather difficult to damage a modern chip.
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