Weird Vulkan crashes, would appreciate insight
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I was getting interested in getting into some PS2 emulation so I grabbed the latest nightly build recently (a few days ago). Loving the UI and the improvements in general but for whatever reason I was getting crashes immediately any time I tried to launch something using Vulkan as the renderer.

This isn't a huge deal since I'm getting fine performance in openGL, but it is bothering me a bit, so I've been messing around trying to find the culprit of the issue and I can't seem to pinpoint it. So I wanted to post here with specs and logs to see if anyone with more experience emulating PS2 had any better insight into what is happening beyond "some driver somewhere is probably broken" which is my best estimation of what's wrong.

Specs:
OS - Windows 11 (current as far as I'm aware)
CPU - Intel i9-9900K
GPU - Geforce RTX 3080
RAM - 32GB

Example Crash Report and Emulator log attached below

Things I have done so far
1. Reverted emulation/graphics settings to default
2. Updated Graphics Card Drivers
3. Clean installed Graphics card drivers
4. Checked for OS updates
5. Checked my other games to make sure it's not specific to AC-3 which was used in the example above.

Consistently PCSX2 just crashes the immediately for all my games.


Attached Files
.txt   crash-2023-04-30-17-14-23-896.txt (Size: 31,37 KB / Downloads: 60)
.txt   emulog.txt (Size: 4 KB / Downloads: 57)
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#2
Try reinstalling libraries for windows.
https://github.com/abbodi1406/vcredist/r...ag/v0.71.0
The regular installers from MS tend to glitch out.
You could also try system file checker to fix any abnormalities in your system
Start Command Prompt as administrator.
type in sfc/ scannow
hit enter and let it do it's thing.
Reset your PC.
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(05-01-2023, 11:05 AM)BlindW Wrote: Try reinstalling libraries for windows.
https://github.com/abbodi1406/vcredist/r...ag/v0.71.0
The regular installers from MS tend to glitch out.
You could also try system file checker to fix any abnormalities in your system
Start Command Prompt as administrator.
type in sfc/ scannow
hit enter and let it do it's thing.
Reset your PC.

Thanks for the input.

Oddly enough the sfc did seem to find something and fix it, but that didn't seem to do anything
After I tried installing the vcredist you linked and gave it another reset and I seem to be getting the same logs/crash dumps.
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