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Hi,
I'm having a problem with loading a savestate ong FF9.
About 3 years ago, I was playing FF9 on ePSXE and stopped due to exams.
Since then, I have never played it again, but decided to start again.

In the 3 years passing, I got a new computer and made sure to transfer all of my old files onto it. When I load FF9 CD3 (which is where i stopped playing) and go into the Load save sequence, it shows a very early disc 1 save and that's it.
Even though I got up to CD3, it shows a CD1 save.

Since I stopped playing 3 years ago I can't remember whether I couldn't be bothered saving after using the "convenient" savestate option or whether the save file is corrupted or something.

So I tried to load a savestate using F3 but nothing happned so I tried F2, and it shows free slots on all 5 of them. I checked sstates folder and it's full of files ending with the extension, .000 or .001

Is there any other way to load a savestate or something because it would be lame getting up to CD3 and losing all your save data.
 

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run epsxe as admin via the right click menu.
 

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right click the application, or shortcut and click run as admin.
its required on Vista when the app is installed in program files.
 

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Actually, I tried on all the versions I have. I didn't update but I did have many versions.
Still the same problem. Maybe I lost the savestate or it's been corrupted?
Is there any way to find out? Like a program to test the savestates I currently have?
 

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states are compatible across versions..... i beta tested that fairly extensively to ensure it.

the only issues might come in the form of distorted sound but the game can be loaded and new states made.
 

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open epsxe, go to config, then memorycards. Make sure epsxe is looking in the right place for your memory card, even if it looks like it's connected to a memory card it may not be. the memory card should be in your memory card folder when you're browsing around for it.

as for a program to see if the data still exists, try "memcardrex"
 
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