ALT+F4 now exits the emulatoer Pressing F1/Shift+F1 switches back to windowed mode for file dialog *.mcr files are shown in memory card dialog Option to disable status icons (CD/XA/MR, etc..) - disabled by default dbghelp.dll is now optional (required for saving crash dumps though) CD drives (IoControl and ASPI) should now work pSX now works under Win98/ME (hopefully Fixed save state loading bug Fixed crash when entering non existant save state filename
Last Edit: Feb 5, 2006 21:51:51 GMT -5 by pSX Author
Thank you! I will try it right now, although I already CDZ'ed all my games up, so I'll have to dig a CD up to test
I'm very grateful you seem to be a patient and tolerant person, since I was worried from the very beginning that as nice as you were, posting on the forums and personally responding to all questions, that you would eventually get stressed from the sudden influx of ungrateful and frustrating naggers...
Glad you've got some tough skin
Excellent work! (and thanks for the icon disable!)
Post by Rockmangames on Feb 6, 2006 11:16:41 GMT -5
CD reading now works fine for me but I noticed something. It is little bit slow somewhat and not perfectly sometimes..for example, Megaman X4 logo appears to be pause for few seconds then everything is fine however the character runs kinda slow a little bit. Disabled frameskipped is fine but didnt helped at all. Maybe my aspi is old ? Do I need to update it or something ? Anybody noticed that slowness sometimes or anything ?
OS: Windows XP CPU: Intel Pentium 4 PROCESSOR 2.40GHZ WITH 533MHZ Graphics Card: 64MB DDR NVIDIA GEFORCE4 MX 420 with TV Out Memory: 256mb DDR SDRAM at 266MHZ Sound Card: SB Live! Wave Device
Thanks for the new Release. But the CD Rom isn't working properly in this version as well. I've tested a PAL game (Alundra) and this loops in the Bioscreen, a NTSC game (MediEvil II) loops right before going ingame. I'm using XP Pro SP2 and have correct installed ASPI drivers. Io contol gives a "CD not useable" error. I hope this report helps you a bit for bughunting.
Edit: I've solved the problem. Only the first drive is working, in that case it is my DVD-burner and not my DVD-Rom. It works like a charm, many thanks for that.
Last Edit: Feb 6, 2006 11:55:59 GMT -5 by retronerd