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i have 2 problems :

1. sometimes when my character (or any char) hits other char there is a weird yellow box (this doesn't always appear)

2. there is a weird small black dots on the right side of the screen, always happen no matter it is battle, field, cutscene, main menu, etc

any idea how to solve it?

settings :

EE/IOP = Recompiler
EE/VPU
Round Mode = Chop/Zero
Clamping Mode = Normal

VU0=MicroVU
VU1=MicroVU
VU0/VU1
Round Mode=Chop/Zero
Clamping Mode=Normal

(used speedhacks, tried with none but only affects FPS)
EE Cyclerate = 2
VU Cycle Stealing = 1
INTC Speed Detection
Wait Loop Detection
mVu Flag Hacks

Gamefixes
VU Add Hack

GsdX 4600 (MSVC 15.00, SSE3) 0.1.16 (gsdx-sse3-r4600)
Direct3D Hardware
Blend bff
Native
Allow 8 Bit texture
Alpha Correction


btw is there any fast way to post configuration? other than taking a look and writing it down
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#2
All the configuration tabs have a small "take screenshot" option Smile

Well, I'd have suggested you try dx10 rendering in GSdx.
Thing is that you're running WinXP which doesn't support it..

Edit: DX9 software will solve the issue for sure but it's slow.
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#3
(11-18-2011, 10:11 AM)rama Wrote: All the configuration tabs have a small "take screenshot" option Smile

Well, I'd have suggested you try dx10 rendering in GSdx.
Thing is that you're running WinXP which doesn't support it..

Edit: DX9 software will solve the issue for sure but it's slow.

so DX 10 might be able to fix this issue? so it will also be better to move to 7? regarding PCSX2 speed and all
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#4
Software mode is sometimes more accurate in rendering graphics.

Windows 7 might help a bit. Though XP is fine.
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#5
Dx10 is a bit better suited for GS emulation.
So some glitches that occur in dx9 mode don't happen in dx10 mode.
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#6
but isn't software mode is a LOT slower? or it just happen in some games?
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#7
Yes, Software mode is slower. It depends on CPU and its clock rate too.
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#8
well i might as well burn my PC and Notebook with software mode, thx for the help guys!

btw i found people have actually finished this game w/o graphical problems a few years back, does that means previous version might work better?
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#9
Maybe a older verson of gsdx might help. Then play it with graphical problems. Tongue2
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#10
i didn't even change any configuration, now the graphical bug becomes like this

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