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Rogue Galaxy only characters visible
#11
Hi guys,

I've tried 2 different iso versions of Rogue Galaxy but am still only getting character and object models loading. Very strange as im the only one with the problem it seems.
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#12
Did you use imgburn to rip your iso ?
If so, how big is your image ?
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#13
Yes, It's 6.48gb
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#14
(10-04-2014, 12:24 AM)whitefox21 Wrote: Yes, It's 6.48gb

Impossible, it should be below 4.7 GB otherwise it won't fit on a DVD. How did you manage that?
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#15
(10-04-2014, 12:47 AM)Coornio Wrote: Impossible, it should be below 4.7 GB otherwise it won't fit on a DVD. How did you manage that?

Nope.
It's a dual layer dvd game.
So the size is correct.
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#16
Try deleting the GDSX ini and recreating and seeing if that helps any. It is located in the ini folder which is located in the PCSX2 main folder.
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#17
Wow that actually worked Topken! Thanks for all the help everyone. So strange.
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#18
Which means it was almost certainly what I said...
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#19
(10-04-2014, 12:50 AM)jesalvein Wrote: Nope.
It's a dual layer dvd game.
So the size is correct.

That is weird. Mine is 4.657.971.200 bytes big and it's the full game too, nothing missing at all. It's not compressed afaik. How is that possible?
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#20
That's not normal then. You sure you have BOTH layers? Rogue Galaxy is a DVD9 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Pla...-9_games#R

Only the original NTSC-J non director's cut should be DVD5.
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