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FF9, new game ----> Opcode 14 UNK (PC 00198700) (1767,79)

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Hello everybody !

I'm sad because I realy want to play FF9 with ePSXe .........
But in my case, ePSXe show me this fatal error after choosing
the new game option : Opcode 14 UNK (PC 00198700) (1767,79)

If someone could help me .... Is it a gpu problem (I use Pete's 1.52) ? spu ??
scph7502.bin, scph1001.bin or scph1000.bin give me the same
result ....

I use a PAL version of FF9 (French). I have used the french patch of course ............... but my problem still here !


* Running ePSXe emulator version 1.4.0.
* Memory handlers init.
* ePSXe: PSX BIOS loaded [D:\jeux\Playstation\epsxe\bios\scph7502.bin].
* Init ISO code ... ok
* Doing init gpu...
* Gpu open...
* Direct input init ok.
* Doing spu init...
* Spu open...
* PAL cdrom detected.
* Closing spu ...
* Closing gpu ...
* Shutdown gpu ...
* Closing ISO system.
Opcode 14 UNK (PC 00198700) (1767,79)
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I get a VERY similar message when I load a savestate in Silent Hill. I attributed it to being that I have changed plugins, hardware, etc. since I made the savestate.
when did it crash? I remeber if i had some specific fixes turned on in pete's ogl plugin the thing would crash consistenly at the same place. So my advice is to check if you have anything in the special fix section in pete's plugin checked but is not designed for ff9. Remeber to only use the one that is made for ff9. Leave all the rest alone.
Check if Framebuffer Read is disabled on Special Fixes of Pete's Gpu. It crashes FF9.
Celeron is enougth ??


I have disabled on all special fixes (Framebuffer Read, ...)
but I have always my problem .........

Maybe a Celeron 450 overclocked to 500 Mhz with a
ELSA ERAZOR III LT is a little bit slow to play FF9 with
ePXSe ??

I don't know....

Thank you for your response
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your PC is fine it passes the minimum requirements, here are ways to speed performance:
lower resolution(like 640x480x32 or 640x480x16)
if you picked 16bit(which is btw faster) enable dithering for better image quality with little performance loss
don't enable full vram primitives
select black under framebuffer textures
disable all programs in the background that are not needed
and finally the best speed up boost(although not recomended) is:
upgrade your computer
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