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First of all, great job with the emulator so far :thumb:

Whenever I load up pcsx2 with the bios, or any of my games, the screen is always shaking really quickly up and down. I've tried numerous things to fix it, but havent been able to. This has happened with both Gsdx9 and GSoft. For the bios, I am using USA v1.6

Can anyone help me out?
 

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Known GSdx9 bug,nothing you can do about it.
GSsoft doesnt have the "shake effect" are you sure it happened with it too?
 

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The shake problem only in GSdx, but it starts to shake after mane sony logo and this is strange (or may be not so strange).

One simple question to bositman.
Why GSsoft 0.9 (640*480) show only 0.5fps when GSdx show 43fps while running bios (any version), I mean dos he really so slow. And another very strange sing, in Recompile mode GSsoft 0.9 (640*480) show only 0.5fps but in Interpreter mode it show 1.5fps.

PCSX2 0.8.1 SSE1
AMD (32) 3200+
GF5950 128mb
2.5GB DUAL MEMORY
 

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GSsoft is increadibly slower than GSdx9,since its a software plugin,meaning it only uses your CPU and NOT your graphics card.The FPS meter of GSsoft isnt very accurate..
 

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you can have a no shaking screen, you could use the ps1.4 of fixedpipeline, but it is slower and in emulator, the colors are not good... it's a choise
 

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gabest has been informed about the problem in the past by somebody who solved it, if it was a hack or not, i dont know.

im sure gabest will manage to fix it in time tho :)
 

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Now I remember my problem wit GSoft. When I would load up the bios, the emulator will simply freeze without showing anything. The attatched picture shows where it freezes. I guess it doesnt make it passed Execute Bios.
 

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Umm... tried waiting a little more? Also, be sure to use CDVDnull if you want to get into the bios, as you have probably had another plugin and a ps2 game in your DVD-ROM, and instead of booting the bios the emu booted your game (which could be one of the many that won`t boot in pcsx2, thus remaining frozen there).
 

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Ah, alright. I waited for about 30 seconds and it began to load the bios. It was averaging at .96 FPS, and never went past 1 FPS, so it seems nearly unplayable.

Thanks for the support guys. :thumb:

Keep up the good work.
 

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Ah, alright. I waited for about 30 seconds and it began to load the bios. It was averaging at .96 FPS, and never went past 1 FPS, so it seems nearly unplayable.

Thanks for the support guys. :thumb:

Keep up the good work.
Also, a note: if you've got a Pentium 4 or an Athlon 64, try the SSE2 build of this emu and change the CPU setting in the emu to Recompiler + VURecs. Also, try running the bios with the DSDX9 graphic plugin. The GSoft plugin is very basic, and thus, very slow. As you can see from the attached screen shot, this can speed things up quite a bit. This doesn't make it more "playable", but rather, more bareable.
 
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