ePSXe error message....

Discussion in 'ePSXe Discussion' started by bfmusashi, Dec 10, 2001.

  1. bfmusashi

    bfmusashi New Member

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    Whenever I press Esc while playing a game (or even just running the BIOS) on ePSXe, I'm returned back to the ePSXe menu. However, when I click RUN, and then CONTINUE or RESET on the ePSXe menu bar, I get an illegal error message that crashes ePSXe. Any help or suggestions...?
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  3. Betamax

    Betamax Resident Movie Critic Contributors

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    What plugins? What's you specs? Does it crash on the bios without sound? What exactly does the error say?
  4. bfmusashi

    bfmusashi New Member

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    For graphics, I use: Pete's D3D Driver 1.55

    For sound, I use: Eternal SPU Plugin 1.10

    The BIOS itself works fine. I only get the error message when I escape out of it back to ePSXe, and try to continue running it.

    The error's yer typical illegal error thingie, details of it are:
    EPSXE caused an invalid page fault in
    module GPUPETED3D.DLL at 0177:01583f4c.
    Registers:
    EAX=008fba80 CS=0177 EIP=01583f4c EFLGS=00010206
    EBX=00000000 SS=017f ESP=00b1fd88 EBP=00b1fe38
    ECX=11441033 DS=017f ESI=bff55801 FS=2a9f
    EDX=017c0a51 ES=017f EDI=bff5575d GS=0000
    Bytes at CS:EIP:
    ff 51 18 a1 7c 09 7c 01 33 f6 3b c6 0f 84 82 00
    Stack dump:
    008fba80 bff55801 00000042 00000177 bff713e2 00000177 bfe162ca 00b1fe38 0158b61a 017c0a4c 015bc2b8 60000000 0158b68c bff54733 0158bc6c 0042bbb9
  5. liquid

    liquid Ebichu!

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    you might want to update your video drivers. Also make sure you are using at least directX7 or higher.
  6. bfmusashi

    bfmusashi New Member

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    I've got DirectX 8.1, so I don't think that's the problem...

    Annoying thing is that this didin't happen before.....
  7. Betamax

    Betamax Resident Movie Critic Contributors

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    Well according to that error the crash is being caused by the d3d plugin. Did you change anything recently drivers/settings etc?
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    bfmusashi New Member

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    Ah! I fixed it!

    It was really simple, actually... My computer was set at 32 bit True Color, while ePSXe was set at 16 bit. All I had to do was change the computer's settings to 16 bit, also. Now, it works fine.

    Thanks for your help! :D
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