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My system configurations are

Geforce FX 5500 Pixel shader 2.0
256 MB DDRAM
Pentium 4 2.8 ghz
Direct X 9.0 c

what kind of PCSX2 graphic card settings would suit this ?

what is fixed pipelines , enable paletted textures and linear textures ?

I have been having problem ingame with all kinds of lines covering the playable character as he moves around the environment .

also is there a plugin guranteed to produce sound ?
 

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I recommended the you dont waste your time on 0.8 version.Almost all games
will have big graphic issues/errors and wont have a sound and they will also work slow.Well almost all,because I tryed Star Wars 3 and it had sounds,it worked fast and it didnt had so much graphic errors.Dont know why heh.Anyway...0.8 version is not in developing anymore so dont expect much of her.Just wait the 0.9 version.Good luck!;)
 

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S.T.A.R.S. said:
I recommended the you dont waste your time on 0.8 version.Almost all games
will have big graphic issues/errors and wont have a sound and they will also work slow.Well almost all,because I tryed Star Wars 3 and it had sounds,it worked fast and it didnt had so much graphic errors.Dont know why heh.Anyway...0.8 version is not in developing anymore so dont expect much of her.Just wait the 0.9 version.Good luck!;)
0.8 is not in develop???? And what is 0.9?? Another emu?
In StarWars 3 you'll get 1fps ingame. The menu is not the same ;)
 

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Dangerman said:
My system configurations are

Geforce FX 5500 Pixel shader 2.0
256 MB DDRAM
Pentium 4 2.8 ghz
Direct X 9.0 c

what kind of PCSX2 graphic card settings would suit this ?

what is fixed pipelines , enable paletted textures and linear textures ?

I have been having problem ingame with all kinds of lines covering the playable character as he moves around the environment .

also is there a plugin guranteed to produce sound ?
Everything you asked is covered by the configuration guide.Congratulations.
 
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