Final Fantasy 7 ISO overflow problem

Discussion in 'Problems with Games' started by PhantasmalKill, Apr 26, 2012.

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  1. PhantasmalKill

    PhantasmalKill New Member

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    Okay, so I got this problem whenever I play FFVII on ePSXe 1.6.

    When I play the first CD, everything runs fine at first. At least until the window where "New Game" and "Continue" option is. So, whenever I choose "New Game", the screen stays black and freezes, and when I checked the log, it says WARNING: ISO Overflows or something like that.

    I use run from ISO option whenever I play any game, use the "nice" setting on Pete's plugin, and pretty much already tried everything from the troubleshooting thread, but all is in vain.

    Any kind of help would be much appreciated.
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  3. the_randomizer

    the_randomizer Fluffy Animal Admirer

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    Possibly a bad dump. Did you download the ISO or rip it?
  4. PhantasmalKill

    PhantasmalKill New Member

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    Downloaded the ISO from emuparadise.
    Last edited: Apr 26, 2012
  5. the_randomizer

    the_randomizer Fluffy Animal Admirer

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    You really shouldn't post links to ISO images/ROMs here. Rip your own games. Trust me, you'll want to delete that link ASAP.
  6. PhantasmalKill

    PhantasmalKill New Member

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    Whoops, fixed. So, any suggestion on why?
  7. the_randomizer

    the_randomizer Fluffy Animal Admirer

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    The forums rules state as such. It's illegal to do so, especially if you don't own the original disc in the first place.
  8. PhantasmalKill

    PhantasmalKill New Member

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    Fair enough. I'll try looking in other site then.

    Thank you for your advise.
  9. the_randomizer

    the_randomizer Fluffy Animal Admirer

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    What the? Most other websites will tell you the exact same thing; the image is corrupted (aka "bad dump") and if you want an image that is guaranteed to work, you need to rip your OWN playstation ISO images. The one you got is corrupted and will not work.
  10. PhantasmalKill

    PhantasmalKill New Member

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    Hm? Did you, by any chance, get offended by my word? If so, I'm terribly sorry for what I said.
    According to this ISO matter, I might get an original one, if somebody actually sells one here. I'm not in the oh-so-great United States of America where you can get original copies of games virtually anywhere. Plus with my current financial situation, I have no other option but rely on such method.

    Again, I apologize for any inconvenience I've caused. And by the way, the problem has been solved already, so you may report this thread and lock it or any other appropriate measurement.
  11. jonc2006

    jonc2006 God of Douchebagness™

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