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I've read through other FF9 problem threads but found nothing that helps me, though it seems like I have the same problem, it freezes at startup.
I tried with other games and it works fine.

my comp specs are
P3 1 ghz
GeForce 2 GTS
384 Ram
Pioneer and Yamaha CD player
and running Windows 2000, service pack 2

Tried several different settings and plugins, and I still doesnt get it to work.

using:
Pete's OpenGL Driver 1.55
Null2's Audio Driver 1.3
ePSXe CDR WinNT/Win2k core 1.4.0
1001 pal bios

anyone got any suggestions?
Do I have to make isos from the CD's?
Didn't need to do that with FFVII..
:)

- Hwk
 

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uhm.. ok, I got to the trainer screen and managed to close it, the FF9 music started, but the only thing I saw was a bad colored white-pink-green box with some unreadable text in it.. that can't be right huh? ;)
 

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Hmm, this is just not my day I guess.. got bored of all the win2k bluescreens so I thought I shoud update the BIOS.. took me 1½ hour.. and now I'm back trying to solve this problem, can't even get FFVII to run anymore.. all these settings are killing me :)
 
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