Does it doe this with reagular games as well? Because it sounds like an overheating problem to me.
Disable VPU recover.AmienZero said:that's the thing! before i use Catalyst 5.3, i was using catalyst 5.1 when the same problem occurs. and i thought maybe the drivers are outdated. i switched to Catalyst 5.3 and still the vpu recover kicks in whenever i try to play emulated games. i thought my gfx card is corrupted but i can play heavy 3D games just fine.
tried that. the result? my pc hangs during gameplay..........and it only happens if i use any of the emulators available. ePSXe, VBA, finalburn, ScummVM.............not when i play pc games.cooliscool said:Disable VPU recover.
yes.......it so happens that i happen to have an Asus Mobo.Mako Eyes said:would you happen to have an ASUS motherboard?
If so, check out your bios settings and search for "PEG Link Mode." Set it to SLOW or DISABLED (if not already) and try it again.
i do have the correct drivers installed for my GFX card and the chipset. both of them are using the latest drivers (catalyst 5.3 and VIA Hyperion 4.56).Coolsvilleman said:wow, only emulation you say, check to make sure you have the correct motherboard drivers installed for your agp or pci or pci-express depending on your mobo. that may be problem.
AmienZero said:yes.......it so happens that i happen to have an Asus Mobo.
i tried looking for this "PEG Link Mode" in my bios setting........but i didn't found any. where is this setting anyway?
do what?Squigi63 said:Do it... It can't hurt to try, unless it does. If it does, sorry.
ahh, so that's why i didn't find'em. My mobo is new, but it's an AGP card based mobo. no pci-E.Mako Eyes said:It's under the "Advanced" heading, and only newer ASUS mobos have it. It only applies to PCI-Express cards though.
okay.......i'll try first........refraction said:hmm, try an emulator programmed in java, see if it still does it then.
if it doesnt, i suggest you redownload the runtime files, thats all i can think of that could be crashing that n not normal games