#58 SPU2 plugin causes PCSX2 0.8.1 to crash when loading Disgaea

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2005-06-28
2005-06-28
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When trying to use Peops SPU2 plugin with the latest
version of PCSX2, Disgaea and La Pucelle Tactics both
crash the emulator at the first loading screen. This is the
last screen of text printed on the console, before La
Pucelle crashes:

Fread2(1): sys1.tx2
DvdRead: 259021, nSectors=3, RetryCnt=100,
Speed=4(2), ReadMode=3(0) (1074=430a0d)
DvdRead: 259024, nSectors=64, RetryCnt=100,
Speed=4(2), ReadMode=3(0) (1074=430a0d)
DvdRead: 259088, nSectors=64, RetryCnt=100,
Speed=4(2), ReadMode=3(0) (1074=430a0d)
DvdRead: 259152, nSectors=64, RetryCnt=100,
Speed=4(2), ReadMode=3(0) (1074=430a0d)
DvdRead: 259216, nSectors=64, RetryCnt=100,
Speed=4(2), ReadMode=3(0) (1074=430a0d)
DvdRead: 259280, nSectors=64, RetryCnt=100,
Speed=4(2), ReadMode=3(0) (1074=430a0d)
DvdRead: 259344, nSectors=31, RetryCnt=100,
Speed=4(2), ReadMode=3(0) (1074=430a0d)
DvdRead: 259375, nSectors=1, RetryCnt=100,
Speed=4(2), ReadMode=3(0) (1074=430a0d)
DvdRead: 597845, nSectors=2, RetryCnt=100,
Speed=4(2), ReadMode=3(0) (1074=430a0d)
DvdRead: 597845, nSectors=12, RetryCnt=100,
Speed=4(2), ReadMode=3(0) (1074=430a0d)
DvdRead: 597856, nSectors=65, RetryCnt=100,
Speed=4(2), ReadMode=3(0) (1074=430a0d)

The games do not crash with the SPU2 null driver, and
run without errors and at a playable speed on my
system.

Discussion

  • Rthh

    Rthh - 2006-02-18

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    Same here! Phantom Brave seems to have the same problem!
    After the loading screen, the emulator crashes with this
    information:
    AppName: pcsx2.exe AppVer: 0.0.0.0 ModName:
    spu2peopsdsound.dll
    ModVer: 1.3.0.0 Offset: 00002a33

    with the plugin disabled, everything works fine. Sadly,
    the emu crashes to fast to see the debug info.

    Please try to fix this, thanks!

     
  • Nobody/Anonymous

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    new PCSX2 0.9 fixes the issue

     

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