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#11
(02-08-2016, 12:39 AM)FlatOut Wrote: I don't think avx shows up as an option if your CPU doesn't support it.

Have you tried deleting your settings(inis folder, maybe even just GSDX.ini)?

Nope I haven't and am going to try deleting the settings.

I  have tried deleting the whole inis folder and the error still happens
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#12
Yeah give that a try and when you go to configure your GSDX settings make sure your dedicated video card is selected under adapter. That was the other suggestion I was gonna make.

If your still having problems after that you might wanna consider the possibility of a fresh os install.
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#13
How about updating PCSX2
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#14
(02-08-2016, 01:09 AM)Nobbs66 Wrote: How about updating PCSX2

I did and still won't work

P.S.: I have mentioned that the same problem appears whether I run 1.2.1 or 1.4.0.
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#15
I think he tried that. The error happens in both 1.2.1 and 1.4.0
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#16
(02-08-2016, 01:07 AM)[]HP[]Hawkeye Wrote: Yeah give that a try and when you go to configure your GSDX settings make sure your dedicated video card is selected under adapter. That was the other suggestion I was gonna make.

If your still having problems after that you might wanna consider the possibility of a fresh os install.

In fact, I really want to re-install the OS as the last mean for solving the problem
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#17
I just read in your update that it works when you choose opengl. You do realize opengl is currently the renderer of choice in version 1.4.0
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#18
It is a mystery though one of which I don't have the answer for you as to why DX11 doesn't work. My guess is your os probably needs to be redone.
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#19
Sorry to keep harping on about updating directx, but when you did it, did you use this? https://www.microsoft.com/en-gb/download...px?id=8109

if not can you use that and try again.
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#20
(02-08-2016, 01:49 AM)refraction Wrote: Sorry to keep harping on about updating directx, but when you did it, did you use this? https://www.microsoft.com/en-gb/download...px?id=8109

if not can you use that and try again.

I was going to suggest the same thing.  I was having issues with Xaudio2 not working.  It took some digging to realize I was missing some DirectX files because I've had my Windows Update turned off for a long time.  This package is the last set of updates for DX11 so I would try this install and see if it helps before you reinstall your OS.
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