psx2 geting stuck at gsnull:setting the crc to ‘0’ with 0x0 for options

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I’m having a similar issue. I’m running an older machine that I bought 5-6 years ago. I’m running into a problem when I try to set the crc to 0x0.

I don’t know what to say other than I’ve been having issues with my current machine as well.

This is not a hardware issue per se but rather a Windows-related problem. You may have noticed that Windows does not normally allow you to set a parameter to 0 (or any other value). The reason for this is that in Windows it is possible to set parameters to 0, and then later have them set to something else that is not 0. This is a known issue with Windows.

To get around this, I have to set the crc to 0x0.I’ve also tried several other options, but none of them worked out.

You can set the crc on your hardware/os to 0x0, but then you have to remember to set it back to 0x0 afterwards. That is a pain.

It sounds like you’re trying to set the crc to 0 without setting the crc to 0x0. This can only be done by setting the crc to 0x0, which is the only way to get around this.

I think this is one of those problems that only happens if you use an older OS. Older versions of Windows don’t support setting the crc to 0.

I think I might be able to dig up a more recent version of Windows. I know Vista supports this, and XP does, but I haven’t heard of anyone really using Vista to do this.

There is a bug in Windows Vista that makes it impossible to set the crc to 0x0. It does happen, however. Just try setting the crc to 0x0, then setting the crc to 0x0 again. If it doesnt work, you can probably just set the crc to 0x0, then set the crc to 0x1.

There’s also a bug in Windows Vista which causes programs to crash when they try to set the crc to 0x1. This makes setting the crc to 0x0 impossible.

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