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I'm sure that this error is in at least one of these forums some where, but I can't find it, and the gsdx is 185 pages, and closed so here goes. I can't seem to get my pcsx2 to work it keeps giving me a bad allocation error. I have the most recent plugins, and I have directx 10 this is a Vista ultimate 64 bit
My specs are:
PCSX2 0.9.6 - compiled on Feb 27 2009
Savestate version: 8b400004
x86Init:
CPU vendor name = AuthenticAMD
FamilyID = 2
x86Family = AMD Phenom(tm) 9500 Quad-Core Processor
CPU speed = 2.212 Ghz
Cores = 4 physical [4 logical]
x86PType = Standard OEM
x86Flags = 178bfbff 00802009
x86EFlags = efd3fbff

Features:
Detected MMX
Detected SSE
Detected SSE2
Detected SSE3
Not Detected SSSE3
Not Detected SSE4.1

Extended AMD Features:
Detected MMX2
Detected 3DNOW
Detected 3DNOW2

CDVD Plugin CDVDbin.dll: Version 3 != 5
Plugin load failure: plugins\GSsoftdx.dll
SysLibError Message: <NULL>
SPU2 Plugin SPU2null.dll: Version 4 != 5

I don't know why, but I'm sure someone out there can help after they have had there fun demeaning my intellect, and informing me that this is somewhere else on the forum already. If you can help please do, if not then I thank you for your time all the same.
 

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since you're in Vista....run it as an administrator
 

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'Kay noone's carin' about this problem -.-' even pm didn't really help nice forum really problems are left unsolved
instead of hijacking threads you can make your own with your specs and problems. As far as the forum in concerned everyone here gives their best to solve others problems. Thats what they are here for. So next time instead of hijacking others thread and saying forum sucks make a thread with some screenshots and details of ur pc and configuration.
 

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Okay let's not begin to destroy ourselves over this. I understand that people on this forum take it very seriously, and so I'm sure does the other gentleman, but constantly starting new threads is not the best solution, when there is an answer out there.
 

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Normally i read in forums "Use the searching function instead of creating another thread about this topic" and now i searched and found a thread with exactly the same problem as i have. bute we didnt find any solution anyway, so it doesnt matter...thx for help merit
 
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