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I am using scph1001 and scph1000, and since playing FF9 (which works perfectly) I have not been able to 'run bios' It simply stops at this screen, the BIOS worked perfectly before using CrashB2 and every other game!! Whats happened to my BIOS!!! :( :( :(
 

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Tried restarting, to no avail, and my CD drive is specified!! :( :( :(
 

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In memcard manager my FF9 saves show up, but FF9 itself won't recognise them, so I want to c if the bios reads them, I like using the bios to manage the memcards, 2 it worked now it won't so I want to try to get it working again!!

Simply put I just want it running and to c y it has stopped working after using FF9.
 

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I don't us F4 in FF9 as it haangs the game, and I can save without using F4 in FF9..........FF9 seems to be saving fine again, but the BIOS is still not runable!!
 

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CKemu: you could always try the ePSXe internal CDR ASPI core. Could be the CD-ROM plugin interfering somehow (although it shouldn't be?). I'm not sure why it would be stopping where it is, especially since you didn't used to have the problem (although Ryoga's suggestion might make sense...).
 

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STRANGE!!!!!!!!!! :D It seems I need a CD in the drive before I can access the BIOS, thanks Ryoga for the idea of putting a CD in first!!!

Y a CD is needed when u run the BIOS on a PSX with NO CD is beyond me, thanks again, its 5.47 am WED here and Iain't been asleep hence stupidity!!! :rolleyes:
 
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