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The 9th Sage 09-03-2004 02:28 AM

Oh good grief! *nt*
 
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The 9th Sage 09-03-2004 02:32 AM

Re: ePSXe Problem
 
> ill try that out.....but jus curious.....will it be able to
> rip out iso from burned discs....i have a couple that are
> burned which have played fine.....but real or burned the
> same problem persists.

You should be able to make ISOs of burned discs just fine...everything that applies with a real PSX disc should apply, assuming the person who burned it managed to get the subcode data on there, otherwise just forget about subcodes, cross your fingers, and pray it works. :)

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MooglyGuy 09-03-2004 03:22 AM

Re: ePSXe Problem
 
> What bluff? I never claimed to know anything about the
> hardware of psx. If something works for me, I can suggest it
> for someone else. I see nothing wrong with that. And I
> wasn't being sarcastic either. If you know your shit, and it
> seems that you do, you could use some of the vast knowledge
> to help someone out.

Well, jeez. This is like the nth time in the past week someone's said something that sounded sarcastic but in fact wasn't. This is why I hate communicating via text. <img src=smilies/retard.gif>

Anyway, I'd have helped the guy out, but by the time I viewed the thread, people had already suggested to rip the CDs into disk images anyway, which is probably the best way to go about it. Heck, I tried my best to help in the LLE vs. HLE thread. <img src=smilies/thumb.gif>

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KiluAlmighty 09-03-2004 09:38 AM

Re: ePSXe Problem
 
> Well, jeez. This is like the nth time in the past week
> someone's said something that sounded sarcastic but in fact
> wasn't. This is why I hate communicating via text.

Yeah.

> Anyway, I'd have helped the guy out, but by the time I
> viewed the thread, people had already suggested to rip the
> CDs into disk images anyway, which is probably the best way
> to go about it.

And if playing from ISO (or some other image) doesn't fix the problem you are having, come back and tell us whether or not the slowdown is in every game, or some specific one. Maybe the game is simply not 100% perfectly emulated.

Also, I recommend getting some sort of frontend for ePSXe, it makes running games with different settings so much easier. I hear ePSXexecutor is good, I personally use Delta.

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Magi-Warrior 09-09-2004 01:36 PM

Re: ePSXe Problem
 
well i've found the problem......jus a bad case of resouces taken up.....so ill jus hafta buy more ram....thanks anyway

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Reaper man 09-09-2004 05:43 PM

Re: ePSXe Problem
 
> well i've found the problem......jus a bad case of resouces
> taken up.....so ill jus hafta buy more ram....thanks anyway


www.blackviper.com

problem solved :)

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