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Hi.
I have a problem. If iam fighting against enemys and i escape (R2/L2) then i see the "you have escaped" screen -> and then the points and items ive got in the fight....
after that (press X) the screen stays black and i hear only the war music.

need Help.

FF8 Platinium (PAL) SLES-02082

Problem with original CD and RIP (ISO and MDS) ...
Another problem is i cant run the game without a ppf file... it starts with a black screen and nothing happen.

Other games run without problems ... (FF9 too)

Plugin :
Bios : scph7502
Grafic : Petes OpenGL Driver 1.75 (settings on nice... no other changes)
and Petes DirectX 6 Driver 1.75
Sound : ethernal 1.41 (enabled Sound, CDDA and XA .. no other changes)
CD : Pete`s CDR ASPI/IOCTL Drive 1.11 (autodetect)
and Peos CDR Driver 1.4 (autodetect)

System : Pentium ]|[ - 1 GHZ
MSI Mainboard
512 MB Ram
ATI Radeon 32
Win 98 SE
 

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I have played and experienced no such problems since ePSXe 1.2.0
I have tested it on linux and Windows 98SE, Windows Millenium, Windows 2000, Windows XP (Without and with SPs).
Download ePSXe 1.6.0
Install it as well as Pete's latest drivers. However, I recommend using the OpenGL plugin instead of the OpenGL2 on Windows.
Install the latest drivers for your GFX card as well as the latest DirectX (9.0c)
Check dxdiag and enable AGP as well as Direct3d acceleration if you decide to use the DirectX or Direct3D plugin.
Check your OpenGL settings in your GFX Installation.
For YOUR PC config, I DON'T recommend enabling all options in your graphics plugin, since that could slow the emu too much.
For your BIOS, use SCPH 7502.
Video plugin: Pete's OpenGL 1.75
Sound : ePSXe CORE
CD: ePSXe Core for most games, except if you need patching, then use Pete's CD plugin.

That should work for you.
 

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Adwin said:
I have played and experienced no such problems since ePSXe 1.2.0
I have tested it on linux and Windows 98SE, Windows Millenium, Windows 2000, Windows XP (Without and with SPs).
Download ePSXe 1.6.0
Install it as well as Pete's latest drivers. However, I recommend using the OpenGL plugin instead of the OpenGL2 on Windows.
i use OpenGL 1 and latest version.
Adwin said:
Install the latest drivers for your GFX card as well as the latest DirectX (9.0c)
Check dxdiag and enable AGP as well as Direct3d acceleration if you decide to use the DirectX or Direct3D plugin.
Everything was ok. And 9.0c is allready installed
Adwin said:
Check your OpenGL settings in your GFX Installation.
latest driver for my card. Installed correctly
Adwin said:
For YOUR PC config, I DON'T recommend enabling all options in your graphics plugin, since that could slow the emu too much.
For your BIOS, use SCPH 7502.
Video plugin: Pete's OpenGL 1.75
Sound : ePSXe CORE
CD: ePSXe Core for most games, except if you need patching, then use Pete's CD plugin.

That should work for you.
:( doesnt... but now it runs without the ppf file :D ... but same problem.

Iam very :hdbash: becouse all other games i have work correctly (Descent 1+2 (some little grafic problems), Wipeout, Final Fantasy 9, Tekken 3, Oddworld and more).....

I think i have to buy a complete new PC :)eyemove: to emulate this one game :eyemove: ) and i have to connect my PSX to the TV again :heh:

hope 4 a new epsxe version too..... (my old thread http://www.ngemu.com/forums/showthread.php?t=50797 )
 

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try using Pete's D3D DX6, see how that works. also try ETernal Lite SPU, it sounds a hell of a lot better than the internal core one.

anyway, i'd recommend completely playing off an ISO. seems like you have Alcohol120%, make it in cloneCD format with teh subchannel file and you wont need a PPF patch.
 
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