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Hi folks

I have a problem with the PS7.
Everytime, when i want start a game from the original CD with the normal Plugins the Game freezed after showing the PlayStation screen.

Code:
* BIOS Loaded Succesfully.
* Memory Initialized Successfully.
* SIO Init Complete.
* Root Counters2 initialized
* Mdec Initialized
* R3000 Cpu Reset.
WARNING: Unable to locate psx executable.
* Gamecode found: NO_SYSTEM_CNF
* Detected NTSC Disk
* Setting cpu to mode1
* No Cdrom disk detected.
* Started.
CTC2 sec op.
CTC2 sec op.
 -- >> ESCAPE << --
* Ended.


WARNING: Unable to locate psx executable.
When I use the Plugin "P.E.Op.S. CDR Driver" the game freezed bevor showing something.

Code:
* BIOS Loaded Succesfully.
* Memory Initialized Successfully.
* SIO Init Complete.
* Root Counters2 initialized
* Mdec Initialized
* R3000 Cpu Reset.
* Gamecode found: SLES_022.09
* Detected PAL Disk
* Setting cpu to mode1
* Started.
* Gamecode found: SLES_022.09
* Update exe to SLES_022.09
 -- >> ESCAPE << --
* Ended.
And if i start a ISO the game doesn't freezed.

Both Original CDs work fine on EPSXE - But EPSXE can't play the hole Galerians (knowed Bug)

Tried with:
Original CD: Galerians , Dino Crisis (German, PAL)
ISO: Final Fantasy 7 (English, PAL)

My CD-ROM Plugin Options are:
Xeven's CDR Driver:
everywhere Autodetect and Synchronous

"P.E.Op.S. CDR Driver":
Interface: W2K/XP - OPCTL scsi commands
Drive: D:
Read mode: BE_2(ATAPI SPEC 2)
Chaching mode: smooth read - for cd drives with psx cd reading troubles

Someone who knows an answer?
Thanks in advance!

(PS: I want play Galerians, the others are just test wise)
 

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the emulator defaults to ntsc for incorrectly read images / disks or empty drive.

use a different emulator.
 

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then what makes you think PSXeven will be different when it shares plugins?
 
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