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PCSX2 Crashing
#1
I Figured I would make my own thread, Seemingly at random while playing I get a crash. Last one was a few minutes ago, I was playing FFXII, the screen freezes then goes black, EE drops to 0% and GS jumps to 100%, and it sits there unresponsive until I try to close it which then brings up the PCSX2 has stopped responding dialogue box and I have to force it to close.

Hardware specs are in my sig, currently using 1.3.1-1082, OGL HW, everything is at default except for changing the default renderer to my GPU and putting the res on 2x native. I don't remember how many revisions ago but one of the earlier (much earlier) builds would run FFXII forever without ever crashing. Emulog attached.

EDIT: I forgot I updated my sig, I was on Windows when this happened, I think I'm going to get rid of Zorin Tongue


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#2
I introduced a regression recently. I need to doubke check the version.
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#3
(09-09-2015, 06:31 PM)gregory Wrote: I introduced a regression recently. I need to doubke check the version.

Soooooo I just wait for gregory to perform his magic and download the next git build when it's ready? Laugh
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#4
or just go back a bit and find one that does work? I was using 840 or something like that for a while myself
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#5
I try to avoid clutter on my system, I don't want 800 versions installed all over the place, and having to pick and choose different versions for different games gets a little annoying Laugh I'll just do other stuff and wait
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#6
Hum, 1082 must work normally. Regression was fixed in 1081
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#7
Well then what the hell is going on here Blink
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(09-09-2015, 06:45 PM)gregory Wrote: Hum, 1082 must work normally. Regression was fixed in 1081

McdSlot 0 [File]: C:\Users\sjack\Documents\PCSX2\pcsx2-v1.3.1-1082-gddc03cb-windows-x86\memcards\Mcd001.ps2

^That's what he's using

@Carsomyr: I just last night put 20 versions on my pc, but I didn't desktop all of them
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#9
I wish I could remember what build I used... I think it was as far back as 1.3.1-131 Blink And umm. Is something wrong with my memory card? I thought those had been basically the same forever except for that new folder thing admiral was working on... Didn't really care for all that myself Tongue
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#10
Out of curiosity Do games general have issues with crashing when the EE rate is too high? I usually seem to have issues if the EE goes over 80% steadily... I remember with Vice City it would crash repeatedly with the EE at 100%, then with the speedhack set to 2 it would stay at/near 100% but wouldn't crash nearly as much?

Second thought. These GPU drivers. Nvidia drivers for windows 10 have been nothing short of a nightmare.
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